made the install a little more cleaner/professional
and for fun
Question for ya'll:
im sure it will be alright but im am just double checking if its cool or not.
i just purchased a train horn, this is my current setup
now to my question, can i just tee off one of the inlets that goes to the vu4, or would that some how mess it up with it getting air? Or should i just plug one inlet, and then have a line straight from tank to horn.
Heres my idea...
Thanks for the help guys and lmk if my idea will work
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Corret, the 2 horns down by the bumper is one for low tone one for high tone. The alarm horn is a flat looking thing up in your rain tray.
And I think I just have to rearrange how I have the relay powered cause I wanted to have it so that it has a switch to cut out power and activate when the horn it sounds off. But as it stands right now, when I turn on the switch the train horn sounds. I know I just have something backwards but I have been too busy lately to mess with it.
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this is definitely something i will be doing once i get my setup done and no leaks. ive always wanted to have a train horn.
where are you mounting your horn?
Thanks guys, for all the info. i appreciate it. Once i get it in and then ill ask my dad (show him this thread/ideas) and see the route he thinks will be the easiest/best. if not ill have it hooked to its own switch, with i already have a place for it from my old fog lights.
and ill prob put it in this general vicinity
Looks good, but i would have pointed them out the front grilles to give the guy who just cut you off the full effect. this way it will be slightly quieter. Also i never realized how small the brakes were on a 2.0
note, the video doesnt make it sound as loud as it really is.
im thinking to, that i might get another Md. 99 and put on the passenger side too.
also got the new lips on...