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Pulsar G65BN - 6,500W Dual Fuel Generator

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If you always travel to remote areas, you’ll understand how hard the lack of electricity can be. From not being able to heat water to being left without a light in the dark, being disconnected can make your day quite cumbersome. 

That's why it's imperative to have a generator to help you in your times of need. And there isn't one more suited for the job than this Pulsar 6,500 watt dual fuel portable generator.

As the name implies, this generator operates on two sources of fuel—gasoline and propane. Whichever type of fuel you use, you’re bound to get powerful wattage, thanks to this generator’s powerful engine. You can see our entire dual fuel collection from leading brands here.

The Pulsar G65BN is efficient as well. You can enjoy up to 11 hours of electricity at half load on a single tank of gasoline.

And it’s not just the motor that makes this generator great for camping, traveling, or working on remote sites. The multiple outlets—including a 30 amp RV or camper outlet, low weight, excellent portability, and high safety make this a winner.

So, if you're looking for a handy generator for your travels, the Pulsar 6,500 Watt Dual Fuel Portable Generator is a great option.

Key Features of the Pulsar G65BN Portable Generator

  • 274cc Motor: With a powerful OHV engine, the G65BN produces an outstanding running wattage of 4900W and a peak wattage of 5800W with propane. It also produces a running wattage of 5500W and a peak wattage of 6500W while running on gasoline.
  • 4 Types of Outlets: With a 120/240V twist-lock outlet, a 30 Amp RV Outlet, a 12V DC output, and 4 120V outlets, the Pulsar G65BN generator allows you to power a variety of appliances.
  • Convenient Design: Thanks to its fold-down handles, no-flat tires, and lightweight build, the Pulsar generator is portable and convenient.
  • EPA and CARB Approved: The G65BN generator emits significantly low amounts of toxins, earning it certifications from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Air Resources Board (CARB).
  • Specifications  


    • Peak Watts: 6500 W
    • Running Watts: 5500 W
    • Peak Amps @120/240V: 54.2/27.1 amps
    • Running Amps @120/240V: 45.8/22.9 amps


    • Peak Watts: 5800 W
    • Running Watts: 4900 W
    • Peak Amps @120/240V: 48.3/24.2 amps
    • Running Amps @120/240V: 40.8/20.4 amps


    • Amperage Output: 30
    • Voltage: AC: 120/240V 60 Hz, DC: 12V
    • Engine Size: 274cc
    • Engine Type: OHV 
    • Horse Power: 8.5
    • Fuel Type: Gasoline, Propane
    • Fuel Tank Capacity: 5.2 Gallons


    • (4) 120V Outlets
    • (1) 120/240V Twist-Lock Outlet
    • (1) 30 Amp RV Outlet
    • (1) 12V DC 8.3 A Outlet


    • Runtime at 50% Load: 11 Hours
    • Start Type: Recoil
    • Volume Level: 73dB
    • EPA Certified: Yes
    • CARB Certified: Yes
    • Product Dimensions: 25"L x 24" W x 21.5" H
    • Product Weight: 126 Lbs

    A 6,500 Watt Generator Designed for Convenience 

    If you ever plan to go to the rough outdoors, you’ll have no problems taking the G65BN with you. 

    Considering it’s a dual fuel generator that produces 5000-6000 watts, it’s quite light. And thanks to its open-frame design, fold-down handles, and no-flat wheels, you’ll have no issue moving it on rough terrain. 

    Couple this with its numerous outlets and fully-loaded control panel, and you’ll see why this Pulsar 6500 watt dual fuel generator is an indispensable traveling essential.  

    Want to see our full Pulsar range? Check them out here.

    Power and Versatility 

    The Puslar G65BN’s main strength lies in its versatility—it can run on both gasoline and propane. And thanks to its powerful motor, the produced wattage is astounding. 

    For this generator, the running time at half load can reach up to 11.5 hours on just a single tank of gasoline. This translates to a fuel consumption rate of approximately 0.45 GPH, which is quite impressive for a generator of this caliber.