jimbolyo: Great job! I'm looking into doing something similar. I think I would make the base larger, to accommodate a fuel supply system. I'm thinking maybe a 100 gal propane tank or something.
Darrensprepping/wildcamping and bushcraft: looks good
indigoridge: Thanks for the inspiration. I just ordered a horizontal shed, 1340 CFM attic vent fan and a 3 inch duct cap to replicate your project. I've been looking at other generator sheds on Youtube and see some similarities, and some differences. If you were to do this over, is there anything you'd change?
Alur Lyrx: LOL, I like how the Carbon Monoxide exhaust vent it pointed over the fence to his neighbor's yard. Considerate.
El CID: Good Job!!! Way to dump all those fumes into the neighbor's yard!! LoL Otherwise; Great contraption
11wertyh: Is someone doing the lawn behind you?
Nick S: The thing sounds like crap. Get a windmill or solar panels if want quiet power.
notsosilentmajority1: I love the metal lining inside the shed, it is a great heat shield and looks great too. This is the all around best set up I have seen so far on YouTube. Excellent job. You should give a verbal summary as you're showing all aspects of what you did. I think people would really enjoy it and it would probably answer any remaining questions they may have. You did an absolutely great job on this. Thanks for sharing.
Semi Lost: If my power went out once a week I might consider a set-up like this,But c'mon I only bring out the genny once every ten years for emergency power. I'll deal with a little noise until the power from Edison comes back on.
Gabriel Karrr: basically a neat job could do whith some sound deadening material which should be firer retardent i agree about the fire hazard near the house
ryan ry: Very impressive, i am looking to have something similar done.
jpyka4x4: O you fancy huh
Ricardo Munn: First, I would not put a heat producing engine inside of a plastic box even with vents and a fan. Second, the exhaust? Gasses can and will make their way into the house with such a short pipe. I would vent it all the way up to the roof and above to let the wind carry away the fumes...
Warsrogue: pretty cool. probably would go with a different muffler setup. That magnaflow looks more like a thrush copy made for performance than to be quiet. But if it's quiet enough in person I'm happy for ya.
diastoleny: I really love the creativeness but I'd be worried if something went wrong. Way too much to loose. Cool video though.
PURRO PARRI: Sound board for sure its good an practical ive seen a good one for 2500...quiet ..made od welded steel..all the beels an whistles but way to much for me if u spend less than 500 buks goood for u anything over a 1k is over kill but all cosmetics an b.s. good wrk for diy😊
AudioKing81: Thank you for the video. It is neat to see some of the ideas folks have to solve these simple issues. I thought about putting my genny inside my garage and piping the exhaust outside through the wall. I have been concerned about the noise. Thank you again for sharing this idea.
Warren Arf Williams: Thanks for sharing. Lots of people on here scared to do crap keep dissing people's projects to avoid doing their own. They'll freeze their ass of in a winter power failure....
isma ariff: why dont put it underground or in a small concrete room?