Originally Posted by Pooj17
Keep us posted on your results....
Another tool you should use is a log book to record your cooks which includes temperatures outside as well as in the cooker, meat weight, rubs ect.
This will always give you a reference point for your best cooks, and can always go back to that point if you make an undesirable change. The key is to only change one item at a time to keep an accurate control log.
Here are a few templates:
Excell SpreadSheet Style
And Lastly BBQ Log Software http://www.pelletsmoking.com/pellet-...-software-647/