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Old 09-12-2016, 08:20 PM   #61
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It's a simple matter of Honda has done me well on the hill. Price doesn't bother me but, if it did I would shop around.

Been riding a Honda 50 motorized bicycle around for years now. 30 MPH it flies. Never even changed the spark plug. Many of my friends have bought the Chinese knock offs and they all stopped running years ago.

I ride that Thing hard.
A generator would never get such use.

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Old 09-12-2016, 08:26 PM   #62
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I just couldn't make up my mind, so I put a Honda on the front and a Yamaha on the rear...........




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Old 09-12-2016, 08:32 PM   #63
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I find these discussions humorous sometimes...

I grew up with Hondas and their dirt bikes were well known for being reliable as the sunset. Many of these were small bikes/engines some of which Honda no longer makes.

Unless you check out Sym motorcycles which have recently begun importing to the US. Turns out those Hondas were manufactured in Taiwan by another company besides Honda, and that company is now selling them direct.

With the global economy and corporate names you really do not know who/what/where a product is made. And you have not for a very long time.
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Well for all you Honda lovers I got a heck of a lot better gen for half the price and can run a 15000btu ac and it only weighs 70# and yes db is the same as the Honda and with the extended run time of 30hrs it sure beets the Honda and all other gens on the market. Oh and it's called a Boliy Later RJD
LOL!!! You are definitely the Boliy cheerleader of the forum if I ever have to replace my 10 year old Hondas I will definitely look at the boliy as they seem to have worked out all the bugs of the first several years. I would be completely sold if they just had a fuel pump so you didn't have to build your own or use gravity. Rah rah!! 😁
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Old 09-12-2016, 09:19 PM   #65
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LOL!!! You are definitely the Boliy cheerleader of the forum if I ever have to replace my 10 year old Hondas I will definitely look at the boliy as they seem to have worked out all the bugs of the first several years. I would be completely sold if they just had a fuel pump so you didn't have to build your own or use gravity. Rah rah!! 😁
Better re check on how they work. Never had an issues in over 6 years of use. And BTW they come with electric start still less than two pull start Honds. Later RJD
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