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Unread 01-23-2012, 01:27 PM   #1
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Default Cookshack fec300 or southern pride six 300?

Hello getting ready to nail down my cooker for my concession trailer and it's between these two. I do comps as well but have a stick burner for this even though it would be nice to bring the kitchen. So here are some of my thoughts

Both run at hotter temps, last year I have been cooking high and fast.
Both hold about the same lbs
Both can be built in through wall off of the porch.

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Spx says I can run with wood/lump only but temps can sway
Fec no brainer

Question, anyone using spx 300 for comps?

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Have never tried food cooked with pellets. Safe to assume the same as a stick burner? I normally use cherry for my flavor profile and wondering how much of a change this would be.

Can use sticks in the spx to keep the same profile.

Anyone have anything else to consider? This decision is based on catering/concession and comps as a plus.

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The Spx burns logs. The FEC burns pellets.
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Hello getting ready to nail down my cooker for my concession trailer and it's between these two. I do comps as well but have a stick burner for this even though it would be nice to bring the kitchen. So here are some of my thoughts

Both run at hotter temps, last year I have been cooking high and fast.
Both hold about the same lbs
Both can be built in through wall off of the porch.

Comps
Spx says I can run with wood/lump only but temps can sway
Fec no brainer

Question, anyone using spx 300 for comps?

General
Have never tried food cooked with pellets. Safe to assume the same as a stick burner? I normally use cherry for my flavor profile and wondering how much of a change this would be.

Can use sticks in the spx to keep the same profile.

Anyone have anything else to consider? This decision is based on catering/concession and comps as a plus.

Thanks Jeff
No. Not even close. But the flavor off the SPX isint the same as your stickburner either UNLESS you go all wood.
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No. Not even close. But the flavor off the SPX isint the same as your stickburner either UNLESS you go all wood.
Which you can do easily.
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