I drilled a hole in the side of one of my Weber Kettles & put a Guru port in it. Had to test it out, so I threw on a have rack of ribs. Only used about 30 briquettes with some hickory chunks mixed in & there was still have of them left when the ribs were done. Here's a look
I thought the fan would be too big, but it worked just fine.
Here's a look at the ribs after 3 hours, ready for foil.
Out of the foil & meat side down over the coals for a few minutes to get a nice crust on them.
Ready to cut up! They are really falling off the bone, but that's how we like them.
My next door neighbor smelled the ribs smoking, so I cut of a couple & took them next door. I was only gone a couple of minutes & the ribs were just about gone when I got back. So I took a couple of pics of what was left, then ate it.
Here's a closer look.
I know it looks messy, not all plated up nice. But I really just started this thread to show you the Guru working on a kettle.