coaledsweat wrote:You need the add your own elbow/baro deal, it tacks on the side of the pipe. Field controls doesn't list one on their website, but I have one of their 227G models on my oil burner. It is a short pipe that screws to your stovepipe. You snip the center out, snip it radially about 15-20 times and fold the smokepipe into the new elbow. If is so high where you mount it that the pipe starts to go oval, then wrap a stiff piece of cardboard around it and tape it, copy its tail and cut it out. Then fit the cardboard to fit the new shape of the stovepipe where it is going, slip the cardboard back over the elbow, cut and mount it (cardboard is good, you don't have to keep going back to buy more parts if you goof). Once mounted on the stovepipe, the baro slides in the end and you tighten the collar. I would try and mount it as forward facing as possible due to its close proximity to the elbow.
I have a manufactured fireplace adapter in S/S around here someplace for a woodstove, normally these things only go up the chimney about 3-4 feet. Anything more isnt needed.
The RC damper comes with the collar that you can mount in the pipe using the method Coaledsweat described. In case I didn't make it clear in my previous post, you should measure the draft first, full fire and manual damper open wide. You might not even need a barometric damper.
A while ago there was a question about if a baro damper can swing the other way to vent a sudden downdraft due to a gust of wind, preventing it from reaching the stove. The type RC cannot, but Field Controls # MG1/MG2 regulators will, they have double swinging gates.