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Old 11th February 2009
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I have a set u s4 and they are loud but like others have said i my self want bigger horns like the k5la those are loud as funk and saound just like a frieght train....by the way good job matt nice product you have i'm sure we will get more
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bottom line is simple " the fatest wallet catches the best & loudest horn! "
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Old 10th March 2009
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What is the loudest horn tht i could get that has a compressor tht is small in size bc i plan on installing on a compact car??
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Old 10th March 2009
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Sounds like you need a shocker set since you can mount the individual bells in all kinda different places... Then maybe get ya a 300 series viair compressor and either a 2.5 or 5 gallon tank.
Simple but super loud from my video viewing experience.
Good luck, I'm in the process of gathering everthing I need to do my install.
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Its all based on wether if you want fast fill up time or duty cycle.....i mean there is alot of factors when buying a compressor....i tried VIAIR....AIR ZENITHS......SOME DC9500 COMPRESSOR...AND KNOW IM FINALLY ON A OASIS COMPRESSOR...
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Default Get a Nathan Air Chime!

Get the Nathan Airchime, if you don't you will regret it. There are many good deals on Ebay right now. That way you can buy the horn and then piece the kit together when you have the cash. Good luck!
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kla3 horn bells.jpg

Get one of these! Very loud and compact! (well for a train horn)
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hi, i'm short on space and i would choose the shocker 228 vx (145 psi, 2 gallon). but does it really sound like the big ones? ok - some db less because of the pressure... any videos of it or experience? thanks a lot... one more german.
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Hey Crusty check this out:
http://www.hornblasters.com/video.php?pic=46

The HB4H are the same horns as the Shockers. These are running at 150psi.

Enjoy!
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That's a cool switch panel and a really clean install, I like it!!!!
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