TexasScout Noneofyourbusiness: Now that's the way to "de-horn" the noise problem! Well done
Leo Ryan: That is quiet, and I have the same generator. please send me the plans.
chipdr911: finally something that works
LUKMAN ABDULAZEEZ: more quieter than others seen
Christine Goshorn: best one Ive seen thanks for the idea.
mike johnson: Casters...wheeled?
edward Matthews: cool..
Michael Gutierrez: how long( guesstimate ) will a ~$300 equal to less. will it run nonstop. maybe a 1 day break out of a week. but more interested non stop.
RobbyWorld1: Solar panels are pretty darned quiet. (wink)
Mike1221: You spent more on the box then the generator
John Davis: I can figure out exactly how its made I just cant figure out how he got the fan in such a tight space
aguyandhiscomputer:1:22 Was that Flipper in there?
Epiccatsandkittens: that is darn quiet. can you do a db test on it?
SharpEnuff: If you have a dropbox account or icloud you can upload the plans there in a public folder and post the link here for free. I guess you can put them in a PDF file I doubt it will be a very large file.
hd the wise: did you ever make plans if so tell me where to go love your idea I understand the concept just looking for the way the air flows in your box a few simple drawings would be helpful
MsNumber1rider: do you want to build one of these for me ? if so how much & ship to N.C ? i never heard one as quiet as this , great job
citybuilder: now could i put that in my basement if i have proper ventlaton?
mariano garcia: Dear Roy I have a mobile car wash business, well in fact I start, I did a box like you but the temperature inside is very hot, so I install a big fan just next to the generator no more than 4" and it is still hot. Before that the generator just turned off due to the temperature, now it runs okay but it is still noisy and I can turn it on at 7 pm when is still early morning. Do you have an advice? Thank you
Danny DeLaRosa: Did you ever set up the plans for people to access?