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FS: Kleinn Dual Trumpet Air Horns- CA

I'm selling my Kleinn Air Horns, there is nothing wrong with them, I'm just upgrading to a bigger system. They are the Pro Series Model 2.

A sound clip can be found on this page

Kleinn Automotive Air Horns

and they are currently mounted under my truck so I can't get a good picture, but they look like this


There is one tiny dent in one of the trumpets, but it does NOT affect the sound at all. These horns are VERY loud. They include the solenoid, mounting bracket, and the 2 trumpets.

It also includes a Viair 92c with pressure switch, a small tank, and a blow off valve.


110 + shipping and it's all yours

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Just curious, where do you have them mounted??
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right to the left of the fuel pump, theres a little tab that's perfect for these. it's honestly meant to be there haha, it runs near the tranny and the frame rails
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do they sound like the website? that sound skind of weak. what compressor/psi/tank setup do you have?
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They are deeper than the website. They are nottt weak at all, although I'm using a pretty basic setup. Just a Viair compressor running 120 PSI to a 1 gallon tank. Although the horns could take much more PSI
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I wanna get it but I dont know how it sounds. That is not a very good sound clip.
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i know, alright when i get home i'll take a clip and post it up on vimeo or something?
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Alright then I will make a choice.
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Emailed video clip

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bumpp . lowered to 65 + shipping
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How hard to install? What do you have for a switch for them?
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they're not too hard to install, the only semi-tricky thing is installing the compressor/tank. What do you mean for a switch?
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Did you just have them wired into your stock horn? How did you use them?
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ooh ooh, yeah i just used the stock horn wiring, although now that i've had that on for a while i probably should have wired a switch so i could choose between stock/loud @ss horns. although i've kind of gotten used to just tapping the steering wheel very lightly to give a small burst which isn't loud.
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sale is pending
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Can you snap a pic before you take them off please...want to see them mounted.
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sure thing, i don't even know if this guy is going to pull through but i will take a picture for sure
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can you post the vid you took of them on here I would like to hear it.
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honestly it's horrible. it doesn't even sound like it is in the vid. my crappy camera can't catch the frequencies of the horn, it sounds like the website just a whoooole lot louder and more ballsy
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Got a pic of where they are mounted yet?
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pics are coming up right now
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****EDIT******* COMPRESSOR AND PRESSURE SWITCH ADDED

I have added a Viair 92c Compressor and a 90/120 pressure switch as well.

I will sell this ALL as a package for $110

All that's needed to complete an air horn setup is a tank!
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