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Old 02-05-2011, 10:33 AM   #1
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We go to Dog Shows... You can't always count on getting an electric site.

So for Generators the only three options we have really considered based on noise and a resaonable portable slide are...



1) Honda EU2000i with EU2000i Companion and Parallel kit

2) Honda EU3000i

3) ETQ IN3500I



Now the Keystone Passport dealers told us the 3000W would be perfect for the Passport 29BH, but we are going with the CrossRoads Slingshot 29BH instead (similar electronic needs). The Engineer for the Slingshots said they are rated for 5000W full use.



I will only use an Inverter Generator that a 5'2" female can carry.

I am not really a fan of the parallel EU2000is because I don't want to get up in the middle of the night to top of the gas for the AC. (Short Run time on full tank)

-What Generators are you using with your Slingshots?

-What Experience do you have with Parallel Kit Generators?

-Anyone have any experience with the ETQs?



MyShow Dogsand I Thank You!

Kelly
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Old 02-05-2011, 11:04 AM   #2
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I just sold my Yamaha 2400 and bought a Honda EU2000i. I'm curious why you would need all those amps all at the same time. The Honda 2000 will run an A/C or micro one at a time. Usually you should be able to get by that way. As far as run time for the 2000s I'm pretty sure they offer the extended run fuel tanks.

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