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Old 03-14-2007, 08:42 PM
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Group Buy Feeler AIR/TRAIN HORN SETUP!!???

Hey guys, I was just wondering/ seeing if anyone would be interested on doing a group buy for air/train horn setup. The guy I asked said if we can get 10 or more he would get us a very good price. I looked on ebay and they only go for about $140-160 so our price break would be pretty good



I think this would be some fun for the summer haha well let me know!!!
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You'll be generating a lot of negative attention for yourself if you use this thing in public. Not to mention that mounting this thing anywhere visible on your G35 will make it look like a clown car....

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Hope your joking?
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ahh **** lol wrong link, it was a lot more compact. Let me find it again
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I got a train horn in my ride. I got the hornblasters 4-air horn kit (black). You can't see my horns at all, they are behind my front bumper. And the horns are pretty big, the biggest being two feet, then 1.5 feet, then one foot, then half a foot. The compressor is in the trunk and about a shoebox size. HWA doesn't know what he's talking about, my car doesn't look like a clown because you can't even see the horns (and there are four and not two like the one being explained). They probably don't know how and where to install things in MD, like they do here in Cali I paid $480 + $500 for the install, so almost $1G for everything. I got them installed at Al & Ed's in West Los Angeles, they do alot of high end installs to a lot of high end rides. They are like pimp my ride Al & Ed's, and not no regular Al & Ed's. I also got the same kit for my wife's H3. I love it, but I don't scare babies in strollers and the elderly, everybody else is game I think I'm the only person w/a G35 who has this air horn kit. It's hilarious scaring people, especially my students, but they already know my horn and they cover their ears when they see me.

This horn is also great because it saved me quite a few times from somebody just coming over in my lane due to them not paying attention. Our stock horn sucks, so now people hear me from far. Other people like to hear my horn because they never expect it coming from a G. They usually are looking for a big rig or some type of truck or SUV.

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I was thinking about doing something like this,only with the ferrari horns. The fiamm air horn set,they are relatively cheap for how good they sound.
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wounder how does lambo horn sounds like...
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I got a train horn in my ride. I got the hornblasters 4-air horn kit (black). You can't see my horns at all, they are behind my front bumper. And the horns are pretty big, the biggest being two feet, then 1.5 feet, then one foot, then half a foot. The compressor is in the trunk and about a shoebox size. HWA doesn't know what he's talking about, my car doesn't look like a clown because you can't even see the horns (and there are four and not two like the one being explained). They probably don't know how and where to install things in MD, like they do here in Cali I paid $480 + $500 for the install, so almost $1G for everything. I got them installed at Al & Ed's in West Los Angeles, they do alot of high end installs to a lot of high end rides. They are like pimp my ride Al & Ed's, and not no regular Al & Ed's. I also got the same kit for my wife's H3. I love it, but I don't scare babies in strollers and the elderly, everybody else is game I think I'm the only person w/a G35 who has this air horn kit. It's hilarious scaring people, especially my students, but they already know my horn and they cover their ears when they see me.

This horn is also great because it saved me quite a few times from somebody just coming over in my lane due to them not paying attention. Our stock horn sucks, so now people hear me from far. Other people like to hear my horn because they never expect it coming from a G. They usually are looking for a big rig or some type of truck or SUV.

post some videos of your horn!
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these things are the shiet...... funny as hell... go onto youtube and there's plenty of vids on these.......LOL
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a thousand grand for a horn....my god that's insane.
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a thousand grand for a horn....my god that's insane.

A thousand grand? That would be insane.
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ill get one, the horn in our cars sounds gay. i think the Yaris has a meaner horn
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A thousand grand? That would be insane.

$1,000,000 for a train horn? I'd buy a train with that kind of money!
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my bad...a thousand bucks. still insane.
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you could visit hornblasters.com to look at the videos. i paid $480 for the horn kit, but the labor was expensive.......a lot of work to do to fit the horns in and also running the hoses i know it's a bit pricey, but the look on the people's faces when they get scared is priceless

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