Meanwhile, back on topic......................
Regarding sufficient airflow for inverter generators. I tried mounting my EU3000is inside the front storage compartment of my camper.
There are doors on both sides, and I figured that over a square foot on each when fully open should be more than enough for full air flow. I even installed a baffle to direct the exhaust side at the opening. The design allowed barely enough airflow. The amount of air being pushed through the genny has to cool not only the motor, but also the inverter and the internally-mounted exhaust manifold, muffler, and tail pipe. This baby really uses a lot of CFM to do that, compared with contractor style open frame gennies.
This is just a heads up to anyone who may want to enclose an inverter style genny. Based on actual experience, not just opinion.
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