Manufacturers of Train Horn Kits

A number of companies are in the business of manufacturing train horn kits, including Legend s, Dominion, HornBlasters, Kleinn Automotive, Wolo and Nathan AirChime to name a few. With so many different manufacturers, it’s wise to have information about each companies, products before deciding which brand is for you.

The loudest train horns you can buy are actual whistles used on locomotives such as those made by Nathan AirChime. As a leader in locomotive devices for more than 50 years, their train horn kits provide loud, authentic railway sound.

Leslie Controls is another leading manufacturer of train horn kits. Leslie is focused on air economy by providing loud sound with less air consumption, in fact the product development team here is known for creating the most modern and complete product line up of whistles available.

Kleinn Automotive Air Horns are built horizontally, which decreases the amount of height the array adds to the vehicle upon which they are installed. In addition, the trumpets can be removed and turned around as needed. With a motto like: Too Loud? Too Bad! you know that these train horn kits will deliver on volume.

Wolo Manufacturing Corporation is the leader in horns (air, electronic, specialty & back-up alarms) offering terrific quality and selection of automotive horns to after-market consumers for more than 40 years.

The Dominion brand of train horn kits offer a lot for a very competitive cost. Dominion kits feature the ViAir compressor, which is considered to be the most reliable and trouble free available today. In addition the trumpets are all metal with a chrome finish.

The HornBlasters brand is among the oldest and certainly most popular in the train horn kits business.

These kits also feature trumpets that can be separated making installation easier.

As you can see, there are a number of options available. The brands covered here are among the best for quality and reliability and are a far cry from the models made of plastic and inferior components and imported for sale to U.S. consumers.

Marc enjoys using train horn kits on his car and selling train horns over the internet through his website.

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