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Well...the time has come to seriously look into getting a LOUD ass horn.

My stock horn has recently died...i wanted a louder horn in the past but now its needed.
I would LOVE one of those train air horns but im not gona blow a few hundred on a horn. max id say is 100.

does anyone have any suggestions for a horn? i want it to be as loud as possible. ( i only use it when needed ) A LOT of shitty drivers in this city.
 

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aaahoooooooggaaaaaa
LOL that sure adds some character. I was thinking something different but ill have to look at that one.
 

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Ugh, after a ton of research im still just left with more questions.

Sirens, All in one electric horns, air horns like train horns...who knows.

i want THE ABSOLUTE LOUDEST.

Any site you go to they all claim between 110-152 db. who knows if thats right next to it or from 10 feet, or 100 feet. ect.

All these similar stats, and all prices ranging from 20-2000.

anyone with actual experience with these? I WANT LOUDDDDDDDDDD. right when im starting to lean toward a siren...i see something that changes my mind, lean toward an air one....the mini electric air ones claim to be just as loud.


ugh!
 

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for loudness you REALLY CANT beat a real air horn ie one with 2 or three METAL chimes and an air tank/150psi compressor etc......... also, then you could just put a quick connect on the tank and carry a small air hose and be able to fill up your tires whenever need be from your own on board air supply....... im not sure exactly how loud the actual air horn kits are but just think about how far away you can hear an actual train horn lol, the tracks are 5 miles from my house and you can still hear then if u are outside and listening............im sure its not gonna be quite that lod cuz trains have a lot higher volume of air going to the horn but about the same pressure..........

a 2 or 3 chime horn is what i have been wanting for a while and theres kits for around 2-300, i have looked at my 6er a while back and think i could fit at least a gallon air tank on either side of the spair tire well between the back fender liner and bumper, and i think if i get the right size chime set i can fit it on the passenger side where the intake resonator goes, if not the battery could always be relocated to the trunk and the horn mounted in its place..........

one thing to keep in mind if you do get an actual air horn is ou want METAL horns (louder than same thing in plastic) and the longer the trumpet the lower the tone.........shorter higher the tone

unfortunatley i cant remember what the measurements were but i think it was anything 14" or shorter length for the horn a nd like 6" for height and width will fit where the intake resonator was, you would have to measure to make sure.........
 
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