Originally Posted by jdub
a 90 degree bend on the inside of each air intake. Swirl the air inside a bit to get a bit more "convection" and smooth out temps across the grates.
Eh? Whaddya think?
I have actually been thinking the same thing, point them in the same direction (left or right not up or down). Anyone with thermal convection dynamic knowledge. (is that even a thing
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