Honda Propane Generator Tri-Fuel Conversion Kit for Honda Gas Generators SMALLER

Honda Propane Generator Tri-Fuel Conversion Kit for Honda Gas Generators SMALLER


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eBay US CARBURETION CLASSIC TRI-FUEL ADAPTERPlease note: The revolutionary design of our newly patented Motor Snorkel (05/2013) has rendered these products inferior. The Motor Snorkel eliminates cutting the frame, adding stud extenders to the carburetor, cutting and extending the crankcase line, etc.   Because of these reasons most customers no longer want this type of propane and natural gas conversion kit, system or component.   As a result, no returns are offered for this item.ITEM:  Honda Engine Type Tri-Fuel Propane Natural Gas and Gasoline KitITEM NUMBER:  K9105 SPECIFICATIONS:  See pictures for measurements and see listing below for engines and equipment QUANTITY:   1    This kit has all the basic parts necessary to convert your generator to a tri-fuel generator (propane, natural-gas, gasoline) additional fuel lines and connection fittings, hoses, etc. will be necessary to connect this basic kit to your desired fuel source.  We do maintain a complete list of generators and engines on our Motor Snorkel or USCARB generator conversion kit websites.  IF YOU ARE UNSURE, IT MAY BE BEST TO PURCHASE A GENERATOR SPECIFIC KIT FROM USCARB.   We have a 20 year record of outstanding customer service.  This Tri-fuel conversion kit will take your gas powered Honda generator to the next level.  The kit is designed to work with the Honda GX series and Chonda Clone carburetors (mostly single cylinder 8 to13hp).     The center to center is apx. 2-1/8" and the studs are offset at the 10 o'clock and 4 o'clock positions.The included instructions and supplies will allow you to modify your current ENGINE or GENERATOR to use propane, natural gas or gasoline.  Given the tendency of gasoline to go bad or gum up the generator, having this option gives you great versatility.   First, it can be used on the Honda engine it was designed for and on natural gas and propane. Of course, the gasoline option still is functional,  however some carburetors will have a gasoline bowl vent that will be covered by the adapter which will not allow the engine to run properly on gasoline without first removing the adapter.  (This is just another reason why the Motor Snorkel system is superior since it never has to be removed.)  We do not recommend or condone any alterations or misuse of our systems due to safety issues.  However, many people have used this adapter experimenting with different fuels like hydrogen, methane and biogas.  (View USCarburetion Videos on YouTube)  The engine regulator in the kit can handle from 4”  to 14” water column inlet pressure.  Please follow the detailed instructions included with the conversion kit so this should not be an issue.Please see our other listings for the 12' Propane Cylinder Hose Connection Kit to run your generator off of 20# or up to 100# propane cylinders...NPSK-12 Accessory Kit K9105 Kit Can fit the following:  Coleman Powermate    PM0495503. Dewalt                            DG6000 Honda                            EB5000                                         EG5000x                                         Em5000s                                         EW171                                         EZ5000   Winco                            6000   any Honda Engine or generator with a:GX240GX270GX340 Centurion 5kw 10hp   Champion 41155 5500w 10hp   Chonda 5000w 10hp 5500w 11hp   Dewalt 2400w Honda GX240   Generac GP5000 Chonda GP5500 Chonda 5939   Gilette GPNR-50H Honda GX270 PP-50H Honda GX270 PP-50EH Honda GX270   Homelite HG5000 Chonda 389cc   Honda EB3500XK1 Honda GX240 EF3500 EF3800S Honda GX240 EF4000 EG4000CL Honda GX270 EM3500 Honda GX240 EV4010 EX4500 Honda GX240 EW140 Honda GX240 GX240 GX270   Honeywell HW5500 6037/3036   King Craft 5500w JD JD29112501   Powerworks Rato 389cc           

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