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Re: Hornblasters Train Horn

I've always wanted to get some decent air horns, not to be a jackass with them but in the event I need to use a horn, I want to be heard.

Be sure to post an install thread. I'm curious to see where you mount anything.
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Installed. Well only 2horns. I haven't had a chance to do the finishing touches like I wanted to. Like permanently mount the horns or wire a relay to a switch so I can choose to switch between stock and air horn, and to actually turn the compressor off without having to disconnect the wires in the rear by the tank setup. The 2horns I have used are just kinda stuffed in the engine compartment infront of the passenger firewall. And just the two horns sounds goddamm ridiculously loud and I love it. The supplied solenoid has 4outlets so I just cut a piece of tubing and connected the unused two because the waste of air greatly affected the sound. Ill.upload a video tomorrow.

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Re: Hornblasters Train Horn

Someone hit the horn on me once when I was under and overpass...I came close to needing new underwear lol



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This video is crazy that it happened but bugs me out hardcore
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Re: Hornblasters Train Horn

I already have the compressor, and have been thinking about adding horns for a while...

...I wondder how many tickets I would get.
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Re: Hornblasters Train Horn

I got a descent 1/2 gallon Kelin Brand kit from 4 wheel parts for around $200.

Originally had it in my F150. Sold the F150 and tried to install this into my Jeep. I could not find a descent place to put this.

I ended up installing this in my Miata....WTF?

This thing is loud and gets attention when big cars get too close.
Its also fun to go by donation car washs, the girls scream and nearly piss themselves.
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