Well, after an hour it looked like the peppers were done, so i pulled them off.
Making the vinegar is easy. If you don't want to smoke the peppers it's even easier. buy whatever peppers you want to use and make sure they're clean. If you want you could cut them in half, but I just leave them whole. Get a mason jar and make sure it's good and clean. put the peppers in the jar. Heat up your plain white vinegar. You don't have to boil it, just make sure it's hot. Pour the vinegar in the jar and seal it with the lid. Let it cool and put it up. Now its just a waiting game. I would wait a few days at least to let the pepper flavor infuse in the vinegar. The longer it sits the better it gets!!!! I use the vinegar in gumbo, jambalaya, red beans and rice, spaghetti, chili, etc... When the vinegar runs out you can just heat up some more and fill it back up.
If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.