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Epic EZ 3-Block Rocket Stove DIY BBQ

 
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Here is one of the rocket stoves that I made which anyone can make easily.  Its different than the other block backyard rockets I've ever seen.  My design is gravity fed and cheap and easy.  

Here's a video of constructing and cold starting the EZ 3-Block Rocket.

 


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Thanks, :)  its basically a Jtube utilizing only 3 blocks, gravity fed, most of the block rockets I've seen online are fed from the front and need to be constantly fed.  This one is much better in the feed department, and also has a very short or nonexistent burn chamber, which I've grown to adore over the last 3 years of experimenting with rockets.  I believe the riser makes a great burn chamber, and the horizontal burn chamber should always be super short, since you really want the flames and turbulence in the riser as much as possible
 
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