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Old 08-20-2015, 08:18 PM   #11
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I run the two Yamahas you see in my signature. Easier to move around and they support my 15K a/c I run each of them once a month. They have a fuel shut off, unlike the Hondas. This empties the fuel from the carb. I always use non ethanol gas in these as well as my 1996 Honda Nighthawk.

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Old 08-20-2015, 10:01 PM   #12
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I had a Honda 2000 and recently upgraded to a champion 3100 with a key fob auto start and stop. Runs one airconditioner and everthing else in my 36KTPS Pinnacle. Very pleased.

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Old 08-21-2015, 12:46 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by CKjayco View Post
Ok thank you for the info I'm thinking the Honda 3000 will be a little to heavy as I will be moving it around on my own. Does the parallel cable run a 15000 air conditioner or do I have to buy the $200 parallel kit.
If you buy 2 normal eu2000i's you will need the $200 parallel kit.
this is to add a 30 amp plug,the ones built into the gens are only rated at 20 amps

If you buy 1 normal eu2000i and 1 companion eu2000i.Then you will just need the $40 parallel kit.The kit comes with a parallel cable and a 30 amp twist lock to a 30 amp travel trailer adapter.The companion eu2000i has a built in 30 amp socket.

And yes it will run your 15000 btu a/c just fine,I have a progressive industry's surge protector on mine.If you have one you will have to run the a/c with Eco mode off.The surge protector will flip off and kill the power otherwise.

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