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Unread 08-08-2009, 07:48 PM   #3856
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Originally Posted by h20loo View Post
your exhaust can be black pipe, abs,galvanized exhaust pipe or non existent. Unless you hang your meet over the exhaust it won't make any difference!! The reason the experienced builders use the 2" pipe is that it is the easiest to control. I think the holy lid messes with the convection of a drum and is a pain to damper off.
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Originally Posted by Norcoredneck View Post
Au Contraire Mon Fraire!
(always wanted to say that) Evenly spaced holes are the best convection.
I agree that evenly spaced holes are the best convection. With my set up, 3 half inch pipe nipples for intake, my drum will not get much hotter than 250*. That works fine for most anything I'm cooking. If it needs to get hotter than that, just remove the threaded bungs. 375* is almost instantaneous.
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