Roy Regamey: Hi Guys. You are probably wondering why I have not emailed out the plans
for the box I built. The reason I built the box in the first place was to
use while building my new house and that has been keeping me very busy. I
get a lot of request and the problem is I don't want to spend the rest of
my life emailing people box plans. If anyone has any ideas of or thoughts
please let me know. One person suggested that I set up a link and charge a
small fee. Any feed back would be appreciated.
Al Ruark: Hello Roy, what you built is a little unique in the sense that it was
built around a Champion generator, if I'm viewing the video right it looks
like you raised the gas tank up which is a good idea so you can fill the
tank without opening the bottom door panel, the main problem I see is that
some of the gen's out there would have a different configuration meaning on
your video the exhaust is coming out of the box from the rear, I have two
gen's one is a generac 6500 and a harbor frieght 7000 and the exhaust on
both are coming out of the right side, and I have seen some that come out
of the changing the oil & plus front, also can you remove yours from the
box without to much trouble? if not I would think about putting the gen on
some sort of slide out so you can work on the gen,Charging is a good idea
it's worth it for people who need some help, Hope this helps
Like Winning the Lottery - How moving to the Philippines made me happier than a millionaire": Wow! This is great for what we are doing at our house.
Jeff Gardner: Normally I would never say this about a youtube video, but if you could
talk during video it would put the quietness in perspective. I also would
never choke a gen with a muffler other than what came with it. The quietest
gens have extra horsepower just to overcome the restrictive muffler. Thanks
for posting, sorry but I'm always inventing a better mousetrap. I once
worked on Peter Framtons tour buss, I asked was it plugged in? They said
the gen is running. OMG! I heard zero. Just think of a brand new honda
civic at idle.
You could run that thing during a funeral.
Byron Moore: Hey there Roy great video i been trying to find something just like this
been trying to find a way to make my gen quit while at deer camp or just at
a camp sight so i don't disturb anyone i am welling to buy the plains from
Thank you for sharing this video
Kristen Lee: did you share the plans for how to make this, whether it is for a fee or
not, i too am interested...
Eric Kimminau: What kind of muffler did you put on on there? Ive been researching. Looks
like a motorcycle muffler.
Sean Williams: The only problem I see with that is that it's no longer a "portable"
generator! But it sure does cut down on noise!
XboobtubeX: I guess I will never understand why people do not just buy a quiet
generator from the start. Then no box is needed. Honda eu6500is. Best there
is. And the quietest straight from the factory.
richard haus: Roy, if you are sharing plans i would be interested also. Easiest way to
share is get a free "Dropbox" or "Box" account and share the link.
Bob Arritola: I like your design, and would like more info so I can build my own.
Kenneth Bergee: Nice job. I would pay a fee for drawings.
Bob Arritola: Do you have the design posted somewhere for download?
Brad Emerson: very nice
PacificNorthWestPrepper: This is the BEST video I've seen regarding soundproofing for a generator!
Very nice job! As for getting plans out to those who asked and even making
some money off your efforts, as a online marketer myself, I'd be open to
offering advice on how to go about it if interested! Again..GREAT VIDEO!
vwfiero: I saw the cfm and size in description did you have two on push and one
urgentcareguy3: It looks like everyone is sending you for plans. Are you still sharing
them? You might like my channel.
ChronicPain: Best sound proofing of a generator in my opinion. You deserve an award :)
Piranhaxz: Reference to sharing your plans !!! Just add still pictures of your plans
at the end of this video .. Or just video the plans either way ..
Everyone can look at them this way .. Thanks
vwfiero: What fans did you run. What size and cfm? Thanks
ExiledDespot: If you aren't afraid of adding more weight, you should consider lining it
with lead. That'll help reduce the low frequency noise
LE REDDIT: BAD GENERATOR...BAD! GET IN YOUR BOX, BAD!
David Chandler: this is really effective. I was thining of studio foam. It quiets my
horrible drumming. The birds chirping outside is louder. That aside I am
worried a bit about heat.
Restie Antoni: John_restie@hotmail.com. Would love to have the plan as well. Many thanks
spacecalander: Awesome, i have the same one and the campground i have been going to for 4
years says i cant run it any more due to the noise. Is the box easy to
babzog: Agh, these little keyboards! Would live a copy of the plans!
email@example.com. Many thanks!
youwindogs: Hi Roy, Just found your video, Exellent noise reduction! Can you share the
plans? Thank you. I have a loud gas air compressor and been trying to
silence it for while.
Eric Baker: Hi Roy Best box I have seen up to now that's for sure, can I get a copy of
your plans please. Thank you. firstname.lastname@example.org
Josh Prescott: same here man. This is a pretty good layout you have. If you have time to
share with more people or if anyone here has had success getting it, can
someone hook me up?
seacliffer: this is the best one I have seen so far. Could you share your plans with me
email@example.com what materials did you use for the walls to dampen
the sound? thanks
bckress: Hi Roy, I see you have a lot of requests for the plans. I am very
interested in this because I have the same generator and it's so loud.
Would you be able to send me the plans too? Thank you!!!
NarraRick: Good work mate ! this is the best one I have seen so far on youtube!!!! All
the other may as well not have any enclosure , I can’t believe how much
your box lowers the sound :} awesome !!!!
Roy Regamey: The box is very heavy. (MDF) Inside Not that portable. I do have it on
wheels. I didn't build it to be portable. My main concern was for the noise.
Scott Donaldson: I also would like the plans please. Thanks firstname.lastname@example.org
tudunka1: A rought sketch would be great. I have an 8750w that is just LOUD and I
would like to muffle it down and you plan seems to work just great. I
understand that I would have to scale to fit mine, but it seems you did a
great job. Thanks.
Loyd Perrymore: I just bought the exact generator in the box. This is the best sound
proofing I've seen. I'd love to have the plans. email@example.com
tudunka1: Hi Roy - This is very nice and I'm surprised on how much the sound is down.
Do you have a plan you can share?
rustylocke1: Invader92@live.com would love a set of plans and would be happy to pay for
them if the price is right.
Stephen Hartwell: Hi Roy, can you send a copy of the plans and materials list?
babzog: Would love to have a copy
Daryl Beaver: firstname.lastname@example.org , I would also love to have your plans on how to
Al Ruark: Great Job Roy, I see your swarmed with e-mails already, I sent you a
private message but ill add mine to this list to, email@example.com. You
may want to think about a patent on yours , I don't see anybody improving
on yours, but a little help from your friends who you supplied with
construction plans then they can help marketit for you you, Anyway thanks
Al Also give it name
njturfboss: I have the same generator and would interested in your plans.
Bill Lang: Just came across this great video today and am impressed with your design.
I too would love to get your plans. Thanks much. 245Smoke@gmail.com
Chris Gemeny: Yoda170@yahoo.com would love the plans as well.