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Old 07-22-2011, 10:51 AM   #21
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CW sales and employees are the worse, not up on any products, and most of them have never camped in a trailer or MH, they just spit out what the manager tells them.

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Certainly the Honda would have some kind of overheat protection built in. So in my opinion if it runs and handles the load and heat, the unit should last a while. Honda standards are high.

I've used my Yamaha 3000 in extremely hot weather for many hours. Its still kicking. I use synthetic oil and it still doesn't use any or smoke- an '04 model.

But if you're planning on using it out in Barstow or Baker (etc.) in the summer for lots of hours it may be better to get a generator with a greater margin of capacity. But I'm talking about hundreds of hours here.
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Quieter

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Does the 3000i run as quiet as the 2000?
The EU3000is =49dB
The EU2000i =53dB

However the EU3000i Handi is a little louder at 57dB
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