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The output voltage is max 105 VAC, I already adjusted the RPM, I have already 62 Hz

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Measure the Generator after 10 minutes the first measure but not only to one power outlet with doing a measure with a multimeter its not done so because the generator is fully unloaded then you will see 105 vac
Measure on one outlet and use a paint stipper a 2000 watt type and measure at the same time on the second power outlet with a multimeter on AC you should get more volts out to measure instead of 105 volts then you hear that its generate power and blow more smoke you will be seen a 115 or 120 volts if you increase this generator its possible you get if you are increase the idle power to 120 volt can create an over loading of 200 volt or more over the outlets that can give damage if it the stator electric field generate power outside its level it can blow up your expensive tools and in a short time you think there is not enough power on my tools anymore then your armatures are become bad and the tools are hot in a short time warmt dissipation has blow up armature and nothing smels hot but the tools are blowing up. and you see nothing inside because the tools will not are getting black burned and hot but the to high magnetic pulse burns the weak points inside the armature in a fraction of time.
Beware of that the adjusting is normally doing with a tacho meter and a suggestion of about 3000rpm and not more of the stator what its max depend on model . but adjust by the load power of a working paint stripper it can have enough if you adjust 120 volt by load.

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