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KAYE RIVERCITY 08-18-2005 10:26 PM

Try GO Air Horns from the links....the owner is building me a special pair for my Volvo....I don't want something mellow -I want to cause physical pain and mental anguish or at least bowls that turn to water when I use them....More later next week or so....geofkaye

BravestDog 09-03-2005 02:28 PM

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Originally posted by KAYE RIVERCITY:
Try GO Air Horns from the links....the owner is building me a special pair for my Volvo....I don't want something mellow -I want to cause physical pain and mental anguish or at least bowls that turn to water when I use them....More later next week or so....geofkaye
Have you ever gone to military auctions?

Maybe you can get one of those X ray guns the military has invented that shoots x rays at the person. Causes them to start heating up inside and makes them want to run away from you.

Mount that on your roof, along with your horns and your set for some cheap fun. http://www.truckhome.com/infopop/emo...on_biggrin.gif

Gary Atsma 09-03-2005 05:02 PM

Man, ya gotta love that sort of thinking!

KAYE RIVERCITY 09-03-2005 09:10 PM

......ah.... they are not x-ray but microwaves that are ducted[similar to Destroyer radar at 6million watts] and can only be used for crowd control as the waves dispurse too soon.....Noise is good if it is directed at crowds......But I believe in the old tried and true methods....."kill them all and let GOD sort them out...." JMHO others might differ-your mileage might vary etc etc etc......then there is the rail gun but it is only for heavely armored vehicles or fortifications....but very effective.....and coming down in price and portability so everyone can own one soon......the GE mini gun is good as well as the GAU-8 but isn't surplus in great numbers yet......geofkaye

Gary Atsma 09-03-2005 10:21 PM

With creative minds like those here, the possibilities are endless.......

KAYE RIVERCITY 09-09-2005 12:51 AM

.....new Go Air Horns arrived today....can't wait till Monday to hook up...I still need the electric valve....BUT they are susposed to sound...so no body will Mistake it for a truck...really raspy NOT mellow at all.....I want to have them grate on the nerve endings of everyone close by....geofkaye

5erFool (John) 09-09-2005 10:50 PM

sounds appropriate.

KAYE RIVERCITY 09-10-2005 10:37 PM

.....I have experimented with ambulance air horns[Stutterhorn] and they were too mellow to be noticed....My GO AIR HORNS are raspy and 160db.....work rather well in traffic and can be heard above a sound system in a car with the windows closed......more effective than my ambulance electronic air horns on my VW TDI 140db or the electronic fire truck air horns 140db on the wrecker or Dodge P/U....they are kinda "too deep" sounding-like a boat fog horn....Richard Gomez really did an excellent job with the sound...he owns GO AIR Horns with his father in California and is on the links page of this site....if you are into different sounding custom air horns he can come up with the sound you need!.....geofkaye

Chevy57PkUp 02-21-2006 08:35 PM

In case anyone is interested, I mounted a set of triple train air horns on my pickup. I keep a compressor mounted in it for air tools etc and so didn't need a compressor or a storage tank. I don't know how loud the Go Horns are, the ones I have are rated at 150db. The sound they produce is undistingushable from that of a runaway diesel freight train and when I mash the big button people start looking for the crossing guard and pray they aren't on the tracks. Oh yeah they are COMPLETELY illegal; as me if I care. Cost around $300

Gordy 02-21-2006 09:13 PM

I have a company close to where I live called Airchime. They build some wicked horns for trains, loggers etc-check it out. Once I have finished with Freightliner I will be installing an aftermarket set on my Century.


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