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    Quote Originally Posted by DRGinLBC View Post
    Smoked a 3lb Tri-Tip last weekend. Simple marinade for 24 hours:

    - Soy sauce
    - Beer
    - Garlic cloves

    I thought it would take about 2 1/2 - 3 hours to smoke at 230. Only took 1hr 40. WTH! Either way, best Tri-Tip I've ever made. Used these:

    What internal temp did you take it to?
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    Quote Originally Posted by notbob View Post
    What internal temp did you take it to?
    130-135. Let it rest a bit afterward.

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    what temp did you cook the tri tip to?
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    it shouldn't take tri-tips that long. I've had mine done in an hour or less. keep the smoker's temp under 250. 230 is ideal.

    when i.t. gets to 135 I add more hot coals to the basket then sear both sides of the tri-tips on the bottom rack til the i.t. hits 150. it should be crusty on the outside and juicy m.r. on the inside. cut the beast in half then, lengthwise, slice the meat thin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerMan View Post
    it shouldn't take tri-tips that long. I've had mine done in an hour or less. keep the smoker's temp under 250. 230 is ideal.

    when i.t. gets to 135 I add more hot coals to the basket then sear both sides of the tri-tips on the bottom rack til the i.t. hits 150. it should be crusty on the outside and juicy m.r. on the inside. cut the beast in half then, lengthwise, slice the meat thin.
    wouldn't 150 be medium, and then wouldn't it push to medium well during rest? I'll have to give it a shot, never smoked tri-tip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nosoupforyou View Post
    wouldn't 150 be medium, and then wouldn't it push to medium well during rest? I'll have to give it a shot, never smoked tri-tip.
    Lots of tri tips to look at earlier in this thread. You can also cook it similar to a brisket and take it to 200. I just tried one that someone else had cooked that way and it was pretty good.
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    Wood chips - to soak or not to soak?

    I used to always soak my wood chips and put them in my smoker box because, well because everyone said you were supposed to and I guess it kind of made sense. Recently I started reading that soaking wood chips is nothing but a waste of time and fuel as the wood doesn't absorb much water and the water itself needs to evaporate before combustion can happen. Soaking them just delays the smoke. So over the last couple months I've been skipping the soak and I gotta say, I wish I had figured this out much earlier. I'm getting a ton more smoke, getting it much earlier, and by just monitoring the heat I'm actually getting less flare-ups because I don't have to crank up my burners to get the smoke started.

    Anybody else's thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty Dog View Post
    Wood chips - to soak or not to soak?

    I used to always soak my wood chips and put them in my smoker box because, well because everyone said you were supposed to and I guess it kind of made sense. Recently I started reading that soaking wood chips is nothing but a waste of time and fuel as the wood doesn't absorb much water and the water itself needs to evaporate before combustion can happen. Soaking them just delays the smoke. So over the last couple months I've been skipping the soak and I gotta say, I wish I had figured this out much earlier. I'm getting a ton more smoke, getting it much earlier, and by just monitoring the heat I'm actually getting less flare-ups because I don't have to crank up my burners to get the smoke started.

    Anybody else's thoughts?

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    I used to soak, never again. takes too long to get the smoke going from my perspective.
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