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post #41 of 47
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Ya knocked that smoke outta the park Richie, very tasty lookin meal ! Awesome ! icon14.gif
Justin thanks the WSM with the Guru is fantastic,going to do 2 Pork Butts during the week wish me luck Thanks for the point I appreciate it
Richie

I'm positive them pork butts will turn out awesome, all your smokes look excellent my friend !

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post #42 of 47

Couple of questions:

 

 

What temperature range can the guru maintain on your WSM? High? Low?

 

When the fan runs, does it vary the speed or does it run at the fan's maximum output?

 

Can you adjust the fan speed on the controller?

 

Easy to connect/disconnect?

 

Waterproof/resistant case?

 

 

Ok, maybe more than a few questions... :confused: 

 

 

Thanx in advance!!!

post #43 of 47
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Originally Posted by sfprankster View Post
 

Couple of questions:

 

 

What temperature range can the guru maintain on your WSM? High? Low?

 

When the fan runs, does it vary the speed or does it run at the fan's maximum output?

 

Can you adjust the fan speed on the controller?

 

Easy to connect/disconnect?

 

Waterproof/resistant case?

 

 

Ok, maybe more than a few questions... :confused: 

 

 

Thanx in advance!!!

What temperature range can the guru maintain on your WSM? High? Low?

 

I have had it up to 300* I know it can go way higher.Lowest was 200* these were target temps 

 

 

When the fan runs, does it vary the speed or does it run at the fan's maximum output?

Fan pulses once Target is hit,runs faster on start up.

 

Can you adjust the fan speed on the controller?

No The air flow has an adjuster for Low Med and High Temps

 

Easy to connect/disconnect?

Very easy

 

Waterproof/resistant case?

No you can make one easy enough, oh I am a fair weather smoker LOL no rain ( freezing cold temps are okay)

 

Hope that helps and remember I am new to this thing

Richie

post #44 of 47

Thanx!!!

 

I'm close to pulling the trigger on one. First, I need to go over to a former dealer in San Jose and see what kind of deal I can get from them. They were willing to wheel 'n deal a few months ago when they were an official dealer and had 20-30 of them in the case. They just didn't have the adapter I needed at the time.

 

 

LOL, you'll smoke in the freezing temps, but not the rain... :icon_eek: 

 

 

I'm the opposite... 

 

Never in the cold for me, but around here, the 50's is considered cold... :tongue:

post #45 of 47
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Thanx!!!

 

I'm close to pulling the trigger on one. First, I need to go over to a former dealer in San Jose and see what kind of deal I can get from them. They were willing to wheel 'n deal a few months ago when they were an official dealer and had 20-30 of them in the case. They just didn't have the adapter I needed at the time.

 

 

LOL, you'll smoke in the freezing temps, but not the rain... :icon_eek:

Yes sir Rain and Electric does not go with me LOL

Richie

post #46 of 47

Nice looking brisket..Where did it come from?

Dan

post #47 of 47
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Nice looking brisket..Where did it come from?

Dan

I bought them down in Ga. cheaper there.Going back next week will pickup another,only have 2 pieces left.

Richie

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