thomas rubino wrote:Hi Claudio;
First I will say, bigger is better when getting your heat into the horizontal pipes.
I think that leaving as much area open over the manifold as possible is the better choice.
I can not tell how big your transition area is going to be from the photos.
It must be large! It should also (if possible) have a clean out access and an ash collection area.
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