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Old 02-27-2008, 06:52 PM
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train horn!!!!

This is my next mod after bumper and chrome all out
what is the LOUDEST possible trainhorn out there that is under $600
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Old 02-27-2008, 06:59 PM
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Check out HornBlasters Train Air Horns. The Loudest Train Horns Around! Best Air Horns You Can Buy! I got the Conductors special with the 5 gallon tank and it is loud as sh!t and has that good deep sound.
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Old 02-27-2008, 07:03 PM
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Stealth Automotive. Train Horn kits
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Old 02-27-2008, 07:03 PM
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YUP,,,this is definately on my list
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working on this right now myself
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Old 02-27-2008, 07:23 PM
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Got mine off of Ebay for I think around $400 and with wiring and switches it came to around $430.
Here's my horn setup.
The compressor and tank under passanger door

Trumpets under the cab


The switches. Left is a toggle for the compressor and right is a momentary on/off for the trumpets

Video of scaring my pussy.
YouTube - Air horn
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very nice!!
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Get some real train horns (Leslie, Nathan, etc.)



A good pair of Nathans in a 3 chime configuration would be small enough to mount just about anywhere and they carry very good.
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Well if everyone had that kinda money, we would have the baddest train horns on the planet!




Actually, I'm working right now on getting some from a buddy that works as a maintenance soup in an atlanta train yard

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Well if everyone had that kinda money, we would had the baddest train horns on the planet!




Actually, I'm working right now on getting some from a buddy that works as a maintenance soup in atlanta

I didn't have that kinda money, new, these horns bring over 2 grand. I was patient and kept looking, then my FIL was talking to a local car hauler that had a set that had been laying around for about 4 years.

I got 'em for 500.00, pretty good deal I thought.

I wasn't tryin to bragg or nothing, just some Southern sarcasim, sorry.
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