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I'm looking for some recommendations. What do y'all have and like? Thanks in advance!

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I run dual Grover 1510's hooked up to a foot pedal. I love them. I also sound like a fire truck.


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Nathan K3's...... They are expensive, but it exactly what we install on locomotives, loud is an understatement!

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Air horns of Texas. I also had a set on my F-250 I used to have.

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Nathan K3's...... They are expensive, but it exactly what we install on locomotives, loud is an understatement!
X2! This is what I installed on my truck. Check my album for pics. I got my kit from realtrainhorns.net. Great service and cheaper than air horns of tx. Nice family owned n operated company.


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Here's a video of my horns a blasting



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Thanks for all the feedback. I'd like to stay south of $500 if possible


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Won't happen for good horns man, I wouldn't even buy the cheap ones, it's a waste of money in this case. It's like
A go big or go home kinda deal, you'll be so disappointed with the cheap horns versus actual train horns. But if u must- atleast buy the 18 wheeler horns. But u still need a good compressor and tank/ that's 400-500 bucks there


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Nathan P3 overpass blast f250 - YouTube


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that sounds awesome! this may be a naive question but i was looking at the site, do i need the compressor system on top of the Nathan K3LA?

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ARP Studs
EGR Deleted
Edge Evolution
5/40 Full Synthetic
2" level from ROX
Diesel Site Coolant Filter
S&B CAI
Toyo Open Country M/T
Bilstein 5100's
SCTX3 with custom tunes!

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