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Old 10-10-2013, 12:57 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by clubhouse View Post
Q220 is exactly the same as a Q200 except...

1) taller dome
2) thermostat in dome
3) 200 has mechanical igniter, 220 electric igniter

Both of mine can achieve 500+ as measured with a maverick et73 in about 10-12 min.

Can't go wrong with a weber, I have 7 of them; 2 Gassers, 3 kettles and 2 smokey mountains.
7 of them? The company should give you shares.... Sounds like a great portable unit. Thanks for the explanation. I will probably go with the 200 and stick with my 7 lb bottle.

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Old 10-10-2013, 07:15 AM   #12
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I guess I'm different. I removed the regulator from my Weber Baby Q so I could fit it with a QC to operate off the trailer's regulated supply. and it works fine. I've read posts from people claiming that this does not let the grill reach full output, and I wonder how they determined that. Mine gets hot enough to cook steaks, burgers, and chicken, so that works for me. The trailer's supply is also enough to run the 30K BTU burners on my Camp Chef for frying fish, so I don't know what more would be needed.

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