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Old     (corbin86)      Join Date: Jun 2012       07-20-2012, 10:57 AM Reply   
Hey guys just thought i would pass this by you guys to see what you think or if you have a better idea than what im thinkin. Im going to be running two syn4s powering 4 rev tens. a typical weekend out on the boat will be out on the water for the majority of the day and at beer thirty park the boat and crank the tunes. My idea was to hard mount a honda eu2000i in the back on one or the other side of the boat and then have a three battery set up not isolated on the other side. I was thinkin i could run the exaust of the generator out the back of the boat when running and have a onboard charger to keep the batterys charged when playing music. looking at previouse posts it seems to be a battle to keep enough batterys on the boat to keep the stereo playing for long periods of time. The initial cost of this set up would be much more but the generator would be well used other places if needed. im just thinking this would be the best easyest most reliable way to have the best of both worlds when out for the weekend. I was also thinkin as for gas for the generator i could put a T in my fuel line with a cap then if i need to fuel the generator i could take the cap off and hook line up to the T and run the engine while fueling the genreator. all fittings would be aircraft grade AN fittings. Tell me what you guys think maybe im missing something or over looking a issue why not to do this thanks guys

 
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