QUESTION: WHAT IS THE LOUDEST HORN YOU SELL?
Answer: The Nathan Airchime K-series horns will be the LOUDEST option on the market. These are actual locomotive horns that come off of retired locomotives that produce 149.4 decibels. There is nothing short of a ship horn that will produce above 150 decibels realistically. Authentic train horns may be heard up to 4 miles away and will blow the chrome off of any Chinese imported imitation models.
QUESTION: IS IT ILLEGAL TO HAVE A TRAIN HORN ON MY VEHICLE?
Answer: The horns themselves are perfectly legal. However, the horns are so loud they could possibly violate local noise ordinances, just like having your radio up too loud. Naturally, if you're going around scaring grandmas and little kids all day, you might have it coming. In general, if you use common sense, you won't find yourself attracting the wrong kind of attention. Again, train horns are not illegal, you just have to watch who you scare the pants off of. Our horns are more for safety purposes than anything else. They give the driver a voice while on the road. Road rage has become a growing problem. People can be oblivious, and at times, inconsiderate. What better way to grasp their attention, than with the power of a locomotive? For more information about the legality of train horns, check out our blog "Are Train Horns Illegal?"
QUESTION: WHAT IS YOUR WARRANTY POLICY?
Answer: All of the products we carry have at least a one year warranty against manufacturer's defects. Some of our products even have a lifetime warranty against manufactures defects. Please refer to our "Terms and Policies" page for more details.
QUESTION: DO YOU GUYS HAVE ANY SALES GOING ON?
Answer: We always have a sale going on! Make sure to check out our "Sales" page as we do update this page on a regular basis with new sales all the time. If you're not already, make sure to follow us on social media (Instagram, Facebook) for the most up to date information regarding current sales and promotions.
QUESTION: WHAT IS PSI?
Answer: Pounds per Square Inch. PSI is is the unit of measurement for air pressure. The higher the PSI, the more pressure the air tank contains. For most of our kits, the optimal pressure for our horns would be 150 PSI. For more information on PSI, check out our blog "Under Pressure".