Is there such a thing?

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  1. lugnutt

    lugnutt Funster Life Member

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    my rv runs 110 volts ie air con,frige,microwave,coffee maker,slow cooker,toaster,hair drier,straightners,batterie charger,water pump ect ect.
    i run my tv ,laptop,sky box from my 1200w inverter.
    i do not have a step up step down transformer and use a yellow site box.my origanal geni died and was replaced with a 3.5 geni with 110 and 240 ,this i just squeezed in the original space,but have to unbolt and slide out to fill it up with petrol (pic).
    i would like a honda portable but they only do 240v.
    unless you know diferent???
     
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    how about putting a separate fuel tank somewhere or even feeding off the rv tank,just a thought.muz
     
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    As far as I know they only have 230v in the suitcase models .. above that size yes, but they are caged gennys like the one you have.
     
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    lugnutt Funster Life Member

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    thanks Jim..i had to cut the top off my cage and lower the floor 1 " but i dont like it that low
    dave
     
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    hi Muz as far as i know they are gravity Fed so the tank has to be on top that means putting it inside witch i don't wont.
    dave
     
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    Hi, I am looking into the possibility of gassing my honda. Would then not need to fill with petrol and run on either m/h gas or auxilary bottle. If anyone has any info on doing this conversion, i would appreciate any help.
    Cheers, Cheyne
     
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    I've just bought a Honda EU10i with LPG conversion 2nd hand. It didn't have any instructions when I bought it but the conversion had been done by Edge Technology. I sent them an email and told them of my predicament and they been really helpful. Emailed me all the details and information I needed so can throughly recommed them. :thumb:

    The generator itself runs like a dream. Connect the gas tank, push button to charge regulator and a pull of the handle and its away. Well pleased.:RollEyes:

    Alan
     
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