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    Quote Originally Posted by JKalchik View Post
    Does this assembly use the same outlet as WBegg's plans?
    No, I had to modify it. Does attach to 1" pipe though.

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    Gonna have to contemplate it for my monster. Shouldn't be too complicated, pull one of the bushings out of the 2" inlet, and use a straight pipe.

    A friend of mine picked up a 3D printer and has been going gangbusters printing all sorts of stuff, wouldn't be much talking to get him to do it. I may even have the right fan here already, I know I've got servos.

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    Got to try this out tonight - needed to rocket my PitBoss up to 550 for a clean with the remnants of yesterdays lump from a brisket......


    Love it!

    John

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    Thanks for the feedback. It is definitely overkill except for the largest of grills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Matthews View Post
    Got to try this out tonight - needed to rocket my PitBoss up to 550 for a clean with the remnants of yesterdays lump from a brisket......


    Love it!

    John
    Care to share your settings.
    Thx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLands View Post
    Care to share your settings.
    Thx.
    Pretty simple really..... 0-50% damper control. Above 50% fan on, max fan 100%. I can't remember the min settings but in testing, my particular fan seemed to not like much below 10% min. I had the top petals fully open.

    Complete overkill for a PitBoss Kamado but it really accelerated up to 550d on little fuel - the MicroDamper just can't push that much air.

    John.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Matthews View Post
    Pretty simple really..... 0-50% damper control. Above 50% fan on, max fan 100%. I can't remember the min settings but in testing, my particular fan seemed to not like much below 10% min. I had the top petals fully open.

    Complete overkill for a PitBoss Kamado but it really accelerated up to 550d on little fuel - the MicroDamper just can't push that much air.

    John.
    Thank you Sir.

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