- Jul 5, 2020
- Reaction score
- Pro 780
Timberlines are for sure hot on the left side, the fan blows from right, into the firepot and apparently just can't totally circulate the heat back to the right side. I have considered hanging a baffle plate off of the firepot cover, on the left side but I can tell you, the left side under the drip pan is blast furnace hot. In my insulation projects on the grill I found that it handily melts thick aluminum into puddles.I tried a Pizza on the Traeger last night Fireboard w/ 2 Ambient probes one on the far left top and one on the far right top (next to the Traeger Probe) the one next to the Traeger probe was with in 2-3 degrees of the Traeger probe (Traeger at 450 FB@ 452) better than expected... However the one on the left had almost a 50 Degree difference (Traeger at 450 FB@ 498). I am thinking I may want another Fan to increase the air circulation....
Yes, definitely can be done. I used it on my Traeger and Kamado to do two briskets. I have a Fireboard2 Drive and used the drive to maintain the temperature in the KamadoOk, I've got a question. Could you use the fireboard to monitor 2 cooks at the same time in 2 different cookers? 3 probes in 1 and 3 in the other. Say 1 ambient and 2 food probes per cooker?
Thats freakin sweet!Yes, definitely can be done. I used it on my Traeger and Kamado to do two briskets. I have a Fireboard2 Drive and used the drive to maintain the temperature in the Kamado
You can see both on the graphs I posted in the thread above.Ever since I got the fireboard drive I have been wanting to cook a brisket on both my Vision Komado grill and Traeger IW650. That cook has started tonight. Using the weekday brisket method for this cook on both. Holy cow and holy gospel on the meat sides and gospel on the fat side. Cooking fat...www.traegerforum.com