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Pulsar Dual Fuel 10000w Generator $749.99 at Newegg.com

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Pulsar Dual Fuel 10000w Generator with Switch & Go Technology $774.99 now $750 when checking out with MasterPass with code MPBTS17 at Newegg.com

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  • 10,000W Peak 8000W Rated GAS
  • 9000W Peak 7000W Rated LPG
  • Switch & Go – While The Generator Is Running, Switch From LPG To Gas Or Gas To LPG
  • Electric Push Start With Recoil Back-Up, Battery Included
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Nice price for a 10kW dual fuel (gas/natural gas) generator.
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Nice price for a 10kW dual fuel (gas/natural gas) generator.
Agreed. I don't know much about this brand or model, but having paid $600 a couple of years ago for the Champion one at Costco I was surprised by the specs for the price. I was also impressed by 'Its patented Switch & Go technology allows you to switch from LPG to gas or gas to LP while the generator is running.' I have no idea how that works but my Champion won't do it.

Here's a link to the manufacturer's website with more photos and owner's manual download.

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Nice price for a 10kW dual fuel (gas/natural gas) generator.
This is LPG aka LP not natural gas
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If you don't use gas, does this thing still require oil? Wondering where would you store this monster, if you don't have a shed and your garage is already cramped. I bought a small camping size one (2000W max) for this reason, but would love to know my options. TIA!
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I assume this one is LOUD because it doesn't mention it.
Quiet generators cost a lot more, for example: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...62V5BP2472

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This seems like a good price. I got in on the one last year though. 10,000 watt dual fuel for $500.00 Probably the same thing except the furniture is a bit different.

And yes. You still need oil. You always need oil.
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If you don't use gas, does this thing still require oil? Wondering where would you store this monster, if you don't have a shed and your garage is already cramped. I bought a small camping size one (2000W max) for this reason, but would love to know my options. TIA!
As another poster mentioned, you will still need oil. I followed the recommendation of that Medic guy that frequents generator threads and changed mine out after running the initial 30 min or so. For reference, mine stays outside by my A/C condenser all the time covered up. I've seen some people that build nice covers for them but again it's all about space. It's not gonna be huge unless you're already out of space an then it's gonna feel huge Smilie
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Great Generator, the LPG feature is great, better when the Gen is not being use and sitting on the shed waiting for the day. I recommend buying a dual LPG line to hook it to 2 tanks instead of one, when in operation for long periods, a single tank will freeze since the draw is larger. I made a stand for my tanks and the hang from a luggage scale so I can monitor the tank levels.
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The question and answers says its 77 dB. No info on the motor make in specs or Q&A. Does not have auto idle. I will wait on medic just not sure about this one.
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This is LPG aka LP not natural gas
Would be great if it was. Love to have a gennie I could just plug into the side of my house like my Weber.
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Great Generator, the LPG feature is great, better when the Gen is not being use and sitting on the shed waiting for the day. I recommend buying a dual LPG line to hook it to 2 tanks instead of one, when in operation for long periods, a single tank will freeze since the draw is larger. I made a stand for my tanks and the hang from a luggage scale so I can monitor the tank levels.
About how long does a tank last?
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Cannot find anyone who makes a conversion kit to LP for this. This looks a lot like my Duromax 10000 I got for $650 delivered on a previous SD deal. I'm wondering if this is a rebranded Duromax.
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As another poster mentioned, you will still need oil. I followed the recommendation of that Medic guy that frequents generator threads and changed mine out after running the initial 30 min or so. For reference, mine stays outside by my A/C condenser all the time covered up. I've seen some people that build nice covers for them but again it's all about space. It's not gonna be huge unless you're already out of space an then it's gonna feel huge Smilie
The cheaper engines are quickly built and tolerances from chinese built machines are typically lower than those made in japan or under tight quality control checks. This of it this way, these small engines are recirculating oil systems without filters. All those machining defects are going to create metal shavings or 'bits' that just float around your oil. So changing it out after 30 min of running is just good preventative maintenance against significant future weardown.
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I assume this one is LOUD because it doesn't mention it.
Quiet generators cost a lot more, for example: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...62V5BP2472
not to mention most inverter gens (quiet ones) are usually 3000 watts or less for an individual unit.
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