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so I installed my Hornblasters horns from my old Blazer. It was a tight fit, but I like them a little better than those little red circles you other guys are running. :biggrin:





 

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Where did you put the compressor and tank?

I have a set of horns in my garage I'm trying to convince myself I should install.
 

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They are in the spare tire well. I have a Viair 380 comp and a 2 gal tank. I'll try and get a picture of it in the next day or two. Install them. There is no better way to get your point across then a short little blast.
 

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Looks like you could get some lift from those :)
 

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Man, I got blasted by one of those once. While waiting in line for a movie (outside), somebody drove by and lit up the streets (and everyone's eardrums) with one of those. My abdominals instantly flexed and I curled into a "C" shape. The funny thing is I've watched all the videos online and laughed at all those people who got scared, and so karma worked out and it happened to me.

But please, a video!
 

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holy cow. I think I'd wet my shorts. Please don't blast those with a biker around (unless he's about to cut you off). I know on my bike you might scare me enough to run me off the road!!
 

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Earliest that I will have time to get more pics and video will be Wednesday night. They were much louder on my Blazer since I had 4 more for a total of 8.

Smash- People will probably laugh, but these horns do come with some responsibility. You can't just go around honking at anything that moves. You have to be careful of motorcycles, cyclists, old people, etc because their reactions could be jerky and hurt someone. But if someone deserves it they will get it. I have had to honk at a few motorcycles on the interstate though. Damn people think they own the road.
 

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Earliest that I will have time to get more pics and video will be Wednesday night. They were much louder on my Blazer since I had 4 more for a total of 8.

Smash- People will probably laugh, but these horns do come with some responsibility. You can't just go around honking at anything that moves. You have to be careful of motorcycles, cyclists, old people, etc because their reactions could be jerky and hurt someone. But if someone deserves it they will get it. I have had to honk at a few motorcycles on the interstate though. Damn people think they own the road.

Yep, some bikers are really bad!!
 

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Man, I got blasted by one of those once. While waiting in line for a movie (outside), somebody drove by and lit up the streets (and everyone's eardrums) with one of those. My abdominals instantly flexed and I curled into a "C" shape. The funny thing is I've watched all the videos online and laughed at all those people who got scared, and so karma worked out and it happened to me.

But please, a video!
And then you rolled down your window and yelled "POKGAI AAH!" :D
 

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While I think they are funny for pranking people, that's the only real reason I'd see for running though. The stock horn, or Hella's at best are plenty to get someone to notice you. If they are used for what the horn is actually meant for, I see it as being dangerous and causing possibly worse problems.
 
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