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Old 10-14-2005, 10:19 AM   #11
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Doesn't it blow ashes all over your meat?
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Old 10-14-2005, 10:29 AM   #12
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:lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: Good one Jim!!! Well I'm always a believer of trying stuff once, so you never know. Doubt it, but stranger things have happened!

I gotta defend myself to a certain degree about the Guru. I was basically against using it on the WSM's cause there wasn't much of a reason too since they hold great temps for long periods of time using the MM by themselves. Plus the Guru costs more than the WSM and to me that didn't make sense. So that's my story and I'm sticking to it!! 8-[
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Old 10-14-2005, 11:05 AM   #13
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I have a Guru and I use it doing the Kobe briskets I get because they need to be cooked at 190 to 205 max or the fat does some strange things.
At competitions you need sleep and the Guru allows me to stay in that range no matter what other conditions we find.
I agree that overall the Guru is not needed but it does have it's good points.

I really like to use a Guru on the ceramic pots because you have to use the exhaust as part of the temp control and I find I get no off flavor when using the Guru.

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Old 10-14-2005, 11:14 AM   #14
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I've already call Fred and told him to lose Larrys order if he places it! After all Larry said about our fake "Q" with the guru, he doesn't deserve one! #-o
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Old 10-14-2005, 11:19 AM   #15
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That is not a problem, the pit is pressurized and the ash does not move through the pit.
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I have a Guru and I use it doing the Kobe briskets I get because they need to be cooked at 190 to 205 max or the fat does some strange things.
At competitions you need sleep and the Guru allows me to stay in that range no matter what other conditions we find.
I agree that overall the Guru is not needed but it does have it's good points.

I really like to use a Guru on the ceramic pots because you have to use the exhaust as part of the temp control and I find I get no off flavor when using the Guru.

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Okay I'm sold Jim! Gonna see if I can scrounge up some funds to get one soon. I e-mailed Shotgun Fred, with some questions. So once I hear back from him I'll know what exact model and the cost I'm looking at.
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Old 10-14-2005, 11:36 AM   #17
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I've already call Fred and told him to lose Larrys order if he places it! After all Larry said about our fake "Q" with the guru, he doesn't deserve one! #-o
Cut me some slack Nicky! I explained my view on a previous reply about the Guru. But if I were still only cooking on the WSM, I would not consider a Guru.
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I've already call Fred and told him to lose Larrys order if he places it! After all Larry said about our fake "Q" with the guru, he doesn't deserve one! #-o
Cut me some slack Nicky! I explained my view on a previous reply about the Guru. But if I were still only cooking on the WSM, I would not consider a Guru.[/quote:3tpin7hd]

As soon as I see a post from you, telling everyone how much you love your guru, I'll cut you all the slack you need! Now calm down, I'm just busting your nuts,........................... like you didn't expect it! #-o
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[quote=Nick Prochilo][quote="Larry Wolfe":3vsr89p5]
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I've already call Fred and told him to lose Larrys order if he places it! After all Larry said about our fake "Q" with the guru, he doesn't deserve one! #-o
Cut me some slack Nicky! I explained my view on a previous reply about the Guru. But if I were still only cooking on the WSM, I would not consider a Guru.[/quote:3vsr89p5]

As soon as I see a post from you, telling everyone how much you love your guru, I'll cut you all the slack you need! Now calm down, I'm just busting your nuts,........................... like you didn't expect it! #-o[/quote:3vsr89p5]

I know you are! I'm busting your nads back!
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[quote=Larry Wolfe][quote="Nick Prochilo":rf6cw0rl][quote="Larry Wolfe":rf6cw0rl]
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I've already call Fred and told him to lose Larrys order if he places it! After all Larry said about our fake "Q" with the guru, he doesn't deserve one! #-o
Cut me some slack Nicky! I explained my view on a previous reply about the Guru. But if I were still only cooking on the WSM, I would not consider a Guru.[/quote:rf6cw0rl]

As soon as I see a post from you, telling everyone how much you love your guru, I'll cut you all the slack you need! Now calm down, I'm just busting your nuts,........................... like you didn't expect it! #-o[/quote:rf6cw0rl]

I know you are! I'm busting your nads back![/quote:rf6cw0rl]

You mean your not getting a guru?
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