Now, I can adjust the input gate on the power vent if needed to change the draft. Also have a temp. Gauge probe up near the top in the pipe for the exhaust temp. (idle at 133 Deg.)
Looks good, Dave. I have a hole just above the ash door on mine that's always open (no threads), but it's not in a good spot to leave a probe all the time. There's really not anywhere else on the stove that I can go through to get to the firebox without having to drill through at least two, if not four, layers of steel!
I think I'll need to christen her the USS Illinois.......
Anyway, in my conversations with Don at Keystoker, he was pretty emphatic about running 0.02 draft on a direct vent stove and not much more. I try to keep it around 0.02 to 0.03.
I'm going to have to snake my Fluke thermocouple probe up my stoves, umm, exit and see what temps I'm actually running on the flue.