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Old 06-03-2010, 07:56 AM
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train horn setup?

Looking to purchase something loud enough to cause one messy pants...on the way home yesterday some idiot pulled out in front of me within 5 feet of my front bumper. Next time i want to have a little surprise for them. What are you using or which brand do you suggest? I dont need anything ridiculous in price.
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Also would like to know.
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its all realitive hornblasters.com has a nice kit right now with nathans horns a 150 psi air compressor and a 5 gal tank for 1250.00
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Old 06-03-2010, 09:05 AM
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Hornblasters has some nice kits and loud ones too i have some buddys with them really nice i personally just got airhorns off a kenworth with a 5 gal tank but i also got everything for free not loud but it gets the job done for me for now...
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Holy hell bat boy that's a lot I'm taking more around 300.
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Holy hell bat boy that's a lot I'm taking more around 300.
Me too
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Old 06-03-2010, 10:55 AM
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I have got the semi air horn system on my truck, it seems very loud. I like it alot. Check out the train horns on YouTube, some guys have it on a small car and drive around scaring the **** out of peeps, kinda funny sometimes.


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Where can I get a used semi air horn? I did not find any on e-bay when I looked.
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go to hornblasters.com

the Hammer 3 kit on eay is a good one, my neighbor has it.

i still like my nathank3la the best
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