THE BEST OF TRAIN HORN PRANKS #2
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Big air for a big horn (NOT a prank or to scare)
[CLICK THE SHOW MORE BUTTON] Showing off my 32 gallon train horn air set
up, and explaining how everything works. Brought out my S5T, which I
turned into an RS5T for the first test of the new set up. The 55 bell is
funny though... BWAAAAAAAAAAAAUG!!ooooweeeee....
Why do I do this? This is what I do for fun, I collect & restore old
train horns. I do it to preserve the older sounds of railroads that are
disappearing in favor of less pleasant ones.
The compressor is not modified to run off 12V from the car, I plug it in at
home and fill the tanks there. When I am honking the horn the tanks just
drain down and do not refill.
If I don't scare or prank people why do I have train horns? I like trains
and railroads, and their history. Collecting and restoring old locomotive
horns to preserve the historical railroad sounds is my hobby.
Have I replaced the normal car horn with the train horns? No.
Do you power the compressor from the car? No, it is powered off 120V AC
home outlet, please re-watch the video and pay better attention.
Why don't I install a compressor? Because I did not want to modify my
vehicle further that I already have, and don't want to tie into and modify
operational critical systems (electrical for example).
Won't the air tank explode if I get in a crash? No, it is a DOT certified
tank, that means it is designed to be partially crushed and not explode.
Besides, this is compressed air, not an explosive agent, as soon as there
is any puncture in the tank walls the pressure will drop not increase. It
is designed for air suspension systems, but it works great for this. Also
I do have a safety valve in it.
Does this affect the gas millage? I seriously doubt it. Look at the
horn's mounting bracket (manifold). Its mostly open space! If it does it
is insignificant. I almost never have a horn on the car, and when I do I
drive less than 20 miles before taking it off again.
What is squeaking? The chamber on the 55 bell is very work, and on this
type of horn, a worn chamber on the 55 (highest pitched bell/trumpet) often
squeaks like that.
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