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Unread 07-07-2013, 09:27 PM   #1
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Default Rotisserie chicken on the performer

Got the rotisserie kit last week and fired it up today. 4lb bird with a little Plowboy's Yardbird. 375* for 75 minutes. It was really good. I think this rotisserie will be seeing a lot of use.
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Is that the official weber rotisserie. I am either thinking the weber one or tue cajun bandit one For my performer

The weber says it only fits non performer models but I dont see what the difference would be
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Is that the official weber rotisserie. I am either thinking the weber one or tue cajun bandit one For my performer

The weber says it only fits non performer models but I dont see what the difference would be
The Weber fit the performer http://store.weber.com/accessories/category/cook/1100
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Yes it is the Weber edition. I got it from Amazon and it fits my performer fine. I THINK they modified it to fit the performer. The bolts that hold the lid holder bracket that go through the grill used to prevent the rotisserie ring from sitting flat but it looks to me like they modified the ring to allow it to fit.
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Nice looking bird. Love rotis chicken.
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Yes it is the Weber edition. I got it from Amazon and it fits my performer fine. I THINK they modified it to fit the performer. The bolts that hold the lid holder bracket that go through the grill used to prevent the rotisserie ring from sitting flat but it looks to me like they modified the ring to allow it to fit.
Nice. I could have sworn I read it didnt fit. How do you like it? Any complaints? Is it battery or outlet operated?
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I sure want a rotisserie, that is a lovely bird
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Great looking boid! Did you use the counter weight?
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Great looking boid! Did you use the counter weight?

No, not on a bird this small. It was I didn't hear any strain on the motor as it was turning.
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Great looking boid!
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Nice. I could have sworn I read it didnt fit. How do you like it? Any complaints? Is it battery or outlet operated?
No complaints. It has an electric motor. I may pick up a turkey and throw on this weekend just to try something larger.
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Congrats on the rotisserie unit, great looking chicken!
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Chicken looks great. I bought the rotis. this spring and love it.

Parboil some taters and stick them on the rod.
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