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post #1 of 5 Old 10-30-2014, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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A modification I hadn't considered

Popular with some of the snowmobile owners around here. My friend has several in stock at his shop:

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The question is: would two of these fit? I hate having garlic butter get onto my apple pie.
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You need to go hang out at a truck stop. They have all kinds of 12 volt cookers.

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A few guys at work use something similar on their sleds. They make their own though .

Aren't they designed to go onto the expansion chamber of the two stroke exhaust though? I don't know if the KLR would have enough surface area to effectively heat something up.

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why God gave us fire
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I'm not certain that anyone gave us fire but the few times I've encountered a motorcycle fire it seemed unsuitable for cooking purposes. I'm willing to try it again if you will volunteer your bike. Maybe my mistake was in not trying foil dinners?

I do wonder about surface area and exhaust temperature. This needs someone to do the experiment. Perhaps Paul will try a low fat deep fryer when he gets the crankshaft supply tuned to optimum? ;-)
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