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Old 07-18-2006, 06:24 PM
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Talking funny

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Old 07-18-2006, 06:42 PM
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i actually worked on a truck that had tripple air horns...i lit them off in the shop and scared the heck out of everyone in there...lmao...that vid was GREAT!!
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Old 07-18-2006, 06:46 PM
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go to there website and look up the video omg this beepbeepbeepbeep is funny
i have to put them in yesterday
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Old 07-18-2006, 08:39 PM
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I WANT ONE!!!! That would be soooo much fun!!!
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Old 07-18-2006, 08:53 PM
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Have you seen the prices on their kits? Like 2 grand or something like that for the one they use in the video!
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Old 07-18-2006, 09:12 PM
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Allright guys I am here to tell you it is Way COOOOOOLLLLLL! I have a 3 chime air frieght train horn underneath mine. It is all mounted up in the transmission tunnel right next to the drive shaft. I used the same compressor that is used for an air bag set-up and have about an 8gal tank. Once this thing pumped up to 150psi it actually hurts if you are standing in front of the truck. The best thing is even after you have left you're mark on all your friends and family you can do it all over again. I don't care if some has heard that horn 20 times they still jump off the ground even when they are expecting it. Semi truck horns don't have diddly compared with one of these. If you go hunting for one you want one from a frieght train not a commuter train there is a HUGE difference. If you have heard one on a frieght train they kinda roll on, well find the right check valve and this thing hits so hard , so fast and so loud it'll make you jump when you use it. And you know exactly when it's comin. I knew I installed the DynaMat for a reason!
One more benefit to the whole install is that you now have your own air supply to air up tires or blow all the debris out of your truck bed.
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Old 07-18-2006, 10:16 PM
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In the event anyone is looking for how to on installing one of these horns I'll help you out in any way I can. I have seen a lot of installs that take up a lot of space. On the SuperDuty trucks you should never see any part of the installed horn compressor or tank. They will all fit underneath the truck quite nicely. The trickiest part is getting the horn tucked up high enough in the tunnel that it won't get torn off by hitting something on the road. If you have any talent with a welder you can construct a frame and mount fairly easily.
If you look through my garage there is one pic that you can see one horn underneath my truck. The other two are tucked up higher in the trans tunnel. I really wish I could have done like my buddies Dodge, right behind the grille. Unfortunately this horn will not fit behind the grille on the SuperDuty. I have not yet seen a horn on the market that is as loud as those that are removed from frieght trains. I was told that the horns on frieght trains are bieng replaced by some a little less annoying and any that are removed are to be destroyed immediatly. So with that said you may have a tough time finding one. I'll seee if I can get some more details on the one I have it is by far the loudest one I have heard so far. Oh and the 2 grand to buy and install, you should be able to do this for around a grand maybe even cheaper if you want to tackle it yourself. It's not that difficult.
If you have any questions I'll be glad to help. Just drop me a message.
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Old 07-18-2006, 11:22 PM
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you guys seen the one where they get pulled over and blast the cop? thats some funny stuff. i think adam posted it.
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where did you mount your air tank?
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Old 07-19-2006, 10:13 AM
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I mounted my tank underneath the truck in between the driveshaft and the frame rail. The compressor is also mounted to the frame rail and the horn itself we had to make a bracket for it but it is also tucked up quite nicely just behind the trans. cross member.
The horn I have installed is the Nathan K3. Nathan also makes a K5 but is has 5 chimes and won't fit under the truck as well. The K5 also doesn't seem to hit is hard. Don't get me wrong it wil still blow people out of there socks but it just doesn't seem to have that hard bang when it hits.
Try these sound bites:
Nathan K3
Nathan K5

More information on train horns look here.
Want more info? Here is one for the Railroad Airhorn Guide.
And finally one more helpful site that explains a little more in detail some of the different horns. Found Here.

This site here has a good diagram of how your system should be laid out.
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