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Old 06-26-2013, 11:56 PM   #15
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I have an 8 KW Onan. The manual says it burns:

- .13 GPH at no load.

- .49 GPH at half load.

- 1.02 GPH at full load.
Our Power Tech 8.0 diesel uses
25% .25 GPH
50% .36 GPH
75% .54 GPH
100% .72 GPH

3 cyl Kubota engine.
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Thanks for al the comments. Given that we have pets and my DW does not like to be hot we will definitely be running the generator and coach air this trip.

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Our Power Tech 8.0 diesel uses
25% .25 GPH
50% .36 GPH
75% .54 GPH
100% .72 GPH

3 cyl Kubota engine.
X2 and we love it. Perfect match for our coach...
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Old 06-27-2013, 02:40 PM   #18
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I run the dash ac and keeps the whole MH pretty cool, no need to run generator
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Old 06-28-2013, 10:53 PM   #19
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...As far as MPG, I would think that using the engine air would take hp, reducing performance and reducing MPG.
I don't notice any difference in performance when the dash AC is on. The MPG may change slightly but I've never checked it and don't care.
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