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Firman FGP05703 7125/5700 Watt 120/240 V Gas Remote Start Generator, cETL

Item# 07124664000P | Model# FGP05703 | Added on July 24, 2019 |
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Firman FGP05703 7125/5700 Watt 120/240 V Gas Remote Start Generator, cETL
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The Firman P05703 generator features 7100 starting Watts and 5700 running watts. Power is supplied by our Max Pro Series 389cc Firman engine which runs cool and efficient thanks to its Phoenix Fat Head Block. Our Whisper Series muffler keeps the P05703 running a quiet 72 decibels – well below the standards set by the National Parks Service, and our spark arrester has been approved by the USDA Forest Service. The industry-leading 8-gallon fuel capacity provides a whopping 13 hours of run time. Starting is as simple as the push of a button on the remote start key fob from up to 168 feet away.The Firman Volt Lock automatic voltage regulator ensures clean, consistent power output from the Firman Power Stream alternator. For the ultimate in portability the P05703 includes a wheel kit featuring 10” never-flat wheels and a high leverage single folding handle with ergonomic grip. Pertinent information is at your fingertips with our 4-in-1 data minder measuring Volts, Hertz, Hours and a low oil indicator. The durable, compact tubular roll cage frame design is built for years of use. Just add gas! Everything you need comes standard in the box including: oil, funnel, owner’s manual, spark plug wrench, and two wrenches to remove protective shipping brackets. CETL Approved.

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