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Easy installation cut generator noise in half
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Agreeing with other reviews, the muffler only makes it a little quieter. But what I did in addition, was fitted the original muffler to the end of the new muffler using Iron pipe nipples and bushings press fitted together.
The two together is significantly quieter. However, you can't do anything about the generator noise itself.
Still overall better.
The only thing that should be included with the Muffler is a speciaity 90 degree angle #3 Phillips head. The mounting screw connection is so tight it takes some ingenuity to tighten. The outside screw I replace with a bolt but you can't get a wrench or socket on the inside one..
It's pretty much like everyone else said. It's better than the old stock muffler, but far from one of the really quiet new generators out there.
The muffler quiets my tecumseh 8 hp 30 yr old 4000 W generator motor somewhat but it doesn't make it anything like a modern generator or a car. Another issue is that it comes with screws with phillips head screws vs hex head bolts. I had to use a offset screwdriver to attach this. It worked out ok but you can't tighten the screws as much as if you did with a socket. On the other hand space is tight so maybe the phillips heads can be accessed better than with a socket. It would depend on your application.
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