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Old 22nd March 2016
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Holy poop is this thing fast! I went from an old generic-brand compressor to this one so the jump was kinda jarring. I forgot to change the fuse for my compressor's power wire so that blew and I had to replace it, but after that, I couldn't believe how fast it was to fill the tank. Not only that, but this compressor doesn't make too much noise! When you consider just how much stronger this compressor is than a 480c, PLUS the fact that it has a cooling fan, that is very impressive. Speaking of a cooling fan, the head stays pretty cool from it. I can actually touch the compressor's head even after filling the 5 gallon tank from 0-150. No more air leaking from an inconsistent check valve either, which is nice!

Now I just have to wait for my Shockers and new diaphragm for my 46115 to come in the mail, then I'll do a full setup video and comparison of the horns, something many people in the hornblasting community have been wanting to see.
1999 Toyota Camry LE
United Pacific 46115 w/ 1/2" valve and tubing.
5 gallon air tank @ 150psi w/ Air Zenith OB2 Compressor

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Old 25th March 2016
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Default Re: Air Zenith OB2

Awesome good to hear when my 444c's die i may go that route.

1994 GMC Sierra 1500
5.7L V8
Nathan AirChime K5LA
Graham White E-Bell
12 Gallon Tank
Dual Viair 444c
Hornblasters 100W PA/Siren
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