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George A

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Re: The GM90 Listeroid Variant
« Reply #15 on: August 07, 2019, 01:34:18 AM »
For some time I've been looking for another diesel to play with.......something smaller than a CS, like a Petteroid. i've seen the GM90 in advertisements and discussions, but had NO idea they were a smaller balanced version of the CS! The size and smooth running are impressive indeed, so it looks like someone takes engineering and assembly serious in India.

Don't get me wrong. I like my Vidhata, as it's been a very "lucky" engine. Once started and settled down it runs pretty darn nice and puts out 2500 watts, which has been tested in real life power outage scenarios....BUT, a "baby brother" CS? Wow.

I suppose the same glowing wisdom of the EPA applies to this engine too, right? :-[










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Re: The GM90 Listeroid Variant
« Reply #16 on: August 07, 2019, 02:29:25 PM »
I suppose the same glowing wisdom of the EPA applies to this engine too, right? :-[

Yes, they are classed exactly like the CS listeroids as far as the EPA is concerned.
- 6/1 GM90 Listeroid - Delco 33si Alternator
- Changfa R175 - Lease/Neville Alternator
- Kubota Z482 - 4kw
- JiangDong R165 Air cooled - 2 kw