Powerful, insanely loud, and all in a compact kit: the Conductor's Special 232 XL train horn kit delivers the performance you need. The Shocker 232 features the insanely loud, American-made, Shocker Horns. These horns are ridiculously loud and, more importantly, actually sound like a train! The horns are hand-tuned in the USA to the government mandated train signal chord. Simply put, they sound completely authentic. Coupled with these impressive horns is a HornAir 232 air system. This air system was designed from the ground up to work amazingly with train horns and it does just that. The 2 gallon (7.6 liters) tank can recharge from 110 to 150 PSI in just under 50 seconds! This is because we matched Viair’s flagship medium duty quick-recharge compressor, the 325C. This pump is powerful and comes with Viair’s impressive reliability and warranty.
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Ideal Start Kit For DIY and Hobbyists!
This kit has a basic air system setup and requires the least labor of any of our full-size train horn kits. If you're a hobbyist and want to take on the air horn challenge with little or no experience this is the kit for you. After it's installed you can hear the sound of your work at the push of a button!
Customer Video Review of These Horns
These are the exact same horns featured in this kit compared to other horns. The tests show the horns honked side by side at the same pressure.
Review of Shocker Horns Compared to a "Triple Chrome Horn"
Use this product in a safe and responsible manner, at a distance of at least 100 feet from others.
Proper Hearing protection must be worn when using this air horn. Hearing loss or permanent damage may result from unsafe use.
Never operate this product in a closed environment or close to pedestrians or others.
It is the consumer's responsibility to comply with local noise ordinances and D.O.T. sound level laws.
This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.