Originally Posted by redaub
KY, why lower the intake? I was planning something equally high to save the back. Bad idea?
People have had drafting problems with the intake being nearly as tall as the exhaust. Being that heat rises with them being at equal or close to height you get a stall effect if you know what I mean. If your going to run it that high then just run the exhaust even higher.
I know someone can detail this better then I did but if you look at any cooker *intake VS exhaust* they are all set up this way.
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