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I made an adaptor plate to attach the ThermoWorks Billows fan to my Blaze.

i am using their Signals controller to control it. 
So far, the billow fan worked well, however, the opening was too large and allows too much air to enter the cooker even when the fan is off... so I had to pinch the top vent way down (to only a 1/16’ or so) to keep temps in the 225-230 range.

Does anyone else have an experience with this unit?

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