Originally Posted by PatioDaddio
First, I'm not aware of any "cult", but that aside, there are many PBC customers at or near sea level.
Second, the beauty of the PBC is that it doesn't matter if you're in Death Valley or on top of Pike's Peak. They pre-set the intake for your elevation before they ship it. Your cooking experience in NY will be the same as for me here in Boise at 2700 feet.
If you have further questions I'd encourage you go call the owner of the company. Noah puts his personal cell number on every cooker, and on his web site.
Intake vs outflow air is determined by the area of the openings, not air pressure, which is equal at both openings. How does one "pre-set it" by elevation? Wouldn't one setting work for all elevations?