Re: baby backs - seem nearly perfect but BLACK
- From: "Dimitri" <Dimitri_C@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 9 Aug 2008 09:18:46 -0700
"pops" <10ERusers@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:d3a1e9ac-6991-4ef1-83fd-497327e6f535@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On Aug 8, 9:59 pm, TFM® <hillbilly...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"pops" <10ERus...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Gonna jump into the deep end of the pool here and respond without reading
the other replies.
Was your exhaust *wide* open?
Totally open, 4" stack (modified, originally came with 3" stack).
That may have been the problem
Regardless of what wood you use there will always be a proportional amount of smoke/soot/etc. The more wood the more smoke. Its just that simple.
I have my best results by choking down the fire on both ends, the damper for air intake and the damper on the chimney.
I want just enough air to keep up the temperature nothing more.
I usually take an instant read thermometer and stick it into the chimney to monitor the exhaust temperature.
These rib Pictures have just been sauced lightly while holding.
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