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    Train Horn Install?

    Anybody install a train horn on their ride? I have a horn now but it sounds like weak horn on a VW Beetle.


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    man that would be awesome
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    You will need to find a place to put the trumpets, tank and the compressor. Aside from that pretty straight forward. There are other louder (not louder than the train horn) horns that probably wouldn't take up as much space and would be considerably cheaper, such as the Wolo Bad Boy.
    Last edited by blfuller; 09-23-2019 at 08:42 AM.
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    This is always funny...


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    I have an ooga type horn on mine, its pretty loud, simple install.

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    Pretty common in the motorcycle world to use an automotive horn. Any cheap automotive horn will work.

    Stebel is going out of business. The Nautilus is powerful and popular.

    https://www.stebel-usa.com/product/5...business_sale/
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    Stebel is going out of business. The Nautilus is powerful and popular.

    https://www.stebel-usa.com/product/5...business_sale/[/QUOTE]

    Thx for the tip
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