Finally took pics of my new train horns.
5 trumpet Strategic separates
3 trumpet Anvil horns
Viair 380c 200psi Compressor
2 3 gallon tanks (6 gallons of air total)
Everything was purchased from Seige Engineering on Ebay. I would buy from these guys again in a heart beat. They have the best customer service I have ever dealt with. They always answer the phone and put the customer first.
I mounted the horns between the grill and the radiator. There is a plastic cover that sits on top of the radiator. To prevent having to cut this for the top of the train horns I mounted a piece of metal to the crossmember in front of the radiator and then mounted the horns to the piece of metal. This dropped the top of the horns down 1".
I ran the air and electrical lines through the frame.
3 gallon tank mounted on the inside of the frame rail on the passenger side. Just clears the exhaust tubing by about an 1". So far no problems with the tank getting hot and I've had it for 2 months now.
Anvil train horns mounted on the cross member just behind the transfer case. These horns are huge. Barely had enough room to fit them.
Second 3 gallon tank and compressor mounted in the tool box.
These horns are amazingly loud!!!!! I can tell someone that I'm about to blow my horns and they still jump. These are not for childs play and can be heard for at least 2 miles. They are so loud that when I blow them at someone sitting at a red light and it turns green, they don't go becuase they are so starttled. So then I blow it again
2000 F-150 4.6L V8 Manual 4x4 4.56LS
4" Trailmaster Suspension Lift
Pro-comp Add-a-leaf in rear
35x12.5x17 BFG Mud-terrains
17x9 Ultra Wheel Thunder 247 Series
Pro-comp shocks all around
JL amp and subs