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Train Horns or Airdog?

I've saved up enough for one or the other over the past couple months. I do plan on putting in bigger sticks eventually but no big hurry on that. Now I'm really tired of the dumbass drivers here in Dallas so a really loud horn would def help ease some road rage. Which one should I go with? Horns or airdog?

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Re: Train Horns or Airdog?

I say Airdog, your gonna need it later anyway. The extra filtration is worth it too.

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I say Airdog, your gonna need it later anyway. The extra filtration is worth it too.
tis true....but not near as fun!

p.s. i like the color of your truck....i've seen it somewhere before.

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tis true....but not near as fun!

p.s. i like the color of your truck....i've seen it somewhere before.
Ya train horns are fun! I'm actually in Dallas right now and I can see why you want them

I love the color of our trucks, wasn't planning on this color, but so glad I got it!

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Re: Train Horns or Airdog?

Train horns won't make your truck faster. Airdog won't either, but it will make it more reliable, and help when you move up to bigger sticks.




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Re: Train Horns or Airdog?

Performance stuff before silly stuff.

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Re: Train Horns or Airdog?

trains horn all the way! nothin like givin some dumba$$ a good blasting with them when they cut you off, the truck i used to drive had 2 sets of the nathan K5's on it, loud as F*((

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Re: Train Horns or Airdog?

Train horns all the way ......but then again performance goodies will help you in the long run.

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Re: Train Horns or Airdog?

let me clarify....i will be getting both...but just can't decide which one to get first!

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Re: Train Horns or Airdog?

The only time I ever hit my horn is at inspection time.




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