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Unread 08-19-2012, 10:16 PM   #1
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Default Fuel usage on offset with Digi?

Hi, have been a lurker for a quite a while & have been learning from this great site. I love to cook on my weber kettle, & have had an old SNPP (heavy) for probably 20 years, bought years ago at Kmart on clearance for $150. Put up with the usual problems over the years & finally did the mods this summer, & am very happy with it now. +/- 10 degrees either side. Mainly what I've been cooking on the offset are Pork loins & they have turned out great. Just ordered the DigiQ WiFi today with adapter for the kettle also. Really excited to get it. I'm kind of a techi/mechanic & the digi probably wasn't needed but I just wanted it. Since adding the firebox/smoke chamber baffle, & tuning plates, I' can bring the temp up to whatever I want, last one was 190, & held for 6 hours before reloading. I've also held it at 225 very steady. Do you think on my offset I will see a benefit on fuel usage? Not really concerned, but just wondering what other users have experienced.
Thanks,
P.S. When I get a cook with the new Digi, I'll post results.
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