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Pulsar 12000W Dual-Fuel Electric Start Generator EXPIRED

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Walmart has Pulsar 12000W Dual-Fuel Electric Start Generator (PG12000B) for $839. Shipping is $49.97.

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    • 2,000 Watt Peak/ 9,500 Watt Rated (Gasoline) & 10,800W Peak/ 8,550W Rated (LPG)
    • 457cc, OHV Engine, CARB Approved
    • (4) 120V Outlets, (1) 120/240V Twist-lock Outlet, (1) 120/240V 50 Amp RV Outlet, & (1) 12V DC Output
    • Switch & Go Capability with Electric Push Start and Recoil Back-up
    • 3 in 1 Digital Meter, Drop-down Handles, and 10" Never-flat Wheels
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Top Pulsar 12k watt dual fuel generator on rollback from $1,499 to $839!! Crazy great deal ahead of storm prep

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Looks like the Wen only does gasoline. Less than ideal for emergencies. Gas can get scarce quickly. Anything similar that can do NG?

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Plus $50 freight delivery
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Already posted below
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Something to note here:

- Running wattage is 9500W gas, 8550W propane. 12,000W is "peak".
- I don't think this is inverter genny. Save yourselves some headache and get an inverter WEN here: https://wenproducts.com/products/...-compliant
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Regular price on these and similar generators are around $1000-1100, and they go on sale a good amount. I had to cancel a couple orders for a Pulsar after they repeatedly lied about stock and shipping times during a previous Slickdeals deal.
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Quote from galets :
Something to note here:

- Running wattage is 9500W gas, 8550W propane. 12,000W is "peak".
- I don't think this is inverter genny. Save yourselves some headache and get an inverter WEN here: https://wenproducts.com/products/...-compliant
Wish it had a higher running and starting and I'd consider the wen for the inverter.
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Quote from galets :
Something to note here:

- Running wattage is 9500W gas, 8550W propane. 12,000W is "peak".
- I don't think this is inverter genny. Save yourselves some headache and get an inverter WEN here: https://wenproducts.com/products/...-compliant
Looks like the Wen only does gasoline. Less than ideal for emergencies. Gas can get scarce quickly. Anything similar that can do NG?
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Wish it had a higher running and starting and I'd consider the wen for the inverter.
I agree, wen still doesn't make a invertor generator with 9500 running watts. Wish they do though.
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From what I am seeing on home depots questions for this generator, the THD is between 5 to 7% under load. If this is true, this is my sweet spot range for price vs performance.
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Is this the one that used to be on Ebay for $599? Those times are probably gone now.
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I'm clueless about generators. Can you hook these up to your home gas lines with an adapter like one does with gas bbq grills?
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Quote from papitosabe :
I'm clueless about generators. Can you hook these up to your home gas lines with an adapter like one does with gas bbq grills?
No, you need a separate regulator and kit to bypass the carburetor, along with numerous fittings and hoses. It's very doable though (search the 'tube for details).
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Wish it had a higher running and starting and I'd consider the wen for the inverter.
For portable inverter generators that much power is about max you can get.
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Looks like the Wen only does gasoline. Less than ideal for emergencies. Gas can get scarce quickly. Anything similar that can do NG?
Pulsar does not run on NG either, it runs on LP. If you are looking to simply plug it into a gas line, it will not work unless you already have a large LP tank on your property. And while you can run it on BBQ tank, it will run out much faster than gasoline, so you are not better off here either.
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