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?
dieselpuller: Thanks for the ideas.
k zane: QUIET???????????????????? SHOOTS,,,,,,,,,, THAT "SHED" NEEDS MORE INSULATION... IT COULD OF/SHOULD HAVE BEEN ABIT LARGER....BUT THATS DONE. THE VENTALATION GRILLS "BIGGER".... TO THE EXHAUST??? A FLEXIBLE HOSE THE GOES TO A REAL MUFFLER. I REALLY THINK A REAL MUFFLER COULD REALLY CUT THE SOUND LEVEL DOWN... HOW ABOUT A RESCUED MUFFLER FRM A JUNK YARD CAR???? OR FRM A MOTORCYCLE??? .. DID YOU MEASURE THE DECIBLE LEVELS?????
THERE ARE APPS FOR SMARTPHONE FOR DECIBLE METERS.....
HOPE THESE SUGGESTIONS REDUCE YOUR SOUND OUTPUT, SO YOU NOR YOUR NEIGHBORS HAVE THAT GENERATOR SOUND A BLARING......
Robert M: Pretty scary. You Tube should be cracking down on this.
Another home made engineering disaster in the making. If you want to burn your house down just put your portable heat producing generator inside a flamable enclosure like this one right next to the flamable fence that leads up to your house. Just ask your insurance company.
rts: Bolt some wheels, a steering setup, brakes and a seat and you got yourself a car.
AesopsRetreat: Dood, nice handi work, but, that's not "Sound Proof."
gtiplus: Thanks for the ideas
Robert Trull: how many amps does that fan pull?
2HeadedOgre: Despite the concerns that others have brought up, I am sure it works well to have a weather proof place to store your generator when it is not in use. Also, for how infrequently one needs a generator, the enclosure probably suits the purpose fine. I am just curious, has your neighbor complained that the engine exhaust is directed into their yard?
Bill Hier: What are the interior dimensions?
Paul Ogea: You would probably be better off using something like suspended ceiling tiles. They are relatively cheap and are designed to absorb sound.
strassercaster: should have designed it with the exhaust aiming away from the house .