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Finally getting to fire up the ecb..

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First time since modding it this summer.
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Hickory chunks with stubbs pork rub. Also rubbed a little brown sugar on it last night
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I thiught i had taken a picture before i wrapped it and let it rest but apparently not. Doh.
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Looks like it turned out great!  What mods did you make and did you see a difference in the way it cooked after the mods?

 

   Mike

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I added charcoal grate to the charcoal pan, put a gasket to seal the opening around the lid amd drilled holes to vent. Also added a thermometer.
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Looks like you had a tasty meal. Great job!!! icon14.gif
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Looks great!! How long did you smoke it for? What temps were you able to maintain on the ECB?
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Oh and i made a cover for the i take vent so i could open or close it.

From what I could tell it maintained 250 no problem at all for about 5 hours on the first load of charcoal. I didnt touch it except when I added more charcoal about 5 hours and 15 minutes into it. I added probably about 5 lbs total while cooking.

It was for about 14 hours but the second time I added charcoal the temp had dropped to about 200 before I got more charcoal in it. The IT was only about 185 when I pulled it though.
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