will a 1.5 gal tank work with k5s i kno they like air and the smallest tank ive found people useing are 5gal the guy i got my horns from gave me his 80gal tank and its jus to big for my truck. any help wudbe nice thanks
Welcome to the forums.
So it’s 1.5 or 80 huh? lol
You would only get a quick blast, but it would technically work.
Your compressor would kick on almost immediately.
Taken from the FAQ here: http://www.trainhornforums.com/showthread.php?t=2984
“Optimum Tank size:
If you own or want to own an actual train horn such as a Nathan or Leslie, 5 gallons is the minimum.”
Well I jus wnted to kno because I can go get a 1.5gal wid everything ready to go today bt I wnt a 5gal I have a 450c compresser pressure release switch and I believe a cut off valve can yall kinda give me ideas on how to hook it up or show me pics I’ve never hooked horns up b4 and I jus wana do it right the first time, and what tank shud I get
I see. Well, as mentioned above 5 gallons would be a good place to start. More is better, but it would depend on where you want to mount it and whether you are willing to add compressors. Each compressor will fill 5 gallons as far as the warranty goes.
You should really read the FAQ link I posted above. It answers a lot and has more links in it.
Here is a link to the Hornblasters K5 install manual.
if your running a
AIRCHIME yes a
5gallon wudd be
the best way to go
i have a good buddy
diesel sniper who owns a K5LAR24
hes running a 5gallon
With a 1.5, as soon has you blow the K3 it would die off immediately. I doubt you would enjoy it then
K thanks guys I’ve decided to go ahead and order a biger tank bt I was looking on hornblasters and saw the 3gal tank in chrome, yall wudnt happen to kno where I can get 5gal or bigger in chrome do yall? Thanks
But I did some calculations on it & it’s less than 5 gallons.
Seems like I’ve seen other chrome tanks. Maybe just Google it.
If you’re interested I have 2 2 gallon tanks up for sale… Really cheap too and they come with all the fittings. I used them for my K3. Worked just fine.