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    Air compressor for air horn

    So I've been searching for a small air compressor and tank to mount on my car along with my 3 trumpet horn. Right now I'm trying to decide between Viair, Kleinn and Wolo products. Has anyone had any experience with any of these? Specifically the Viair 20005 150 PSI compressor, Kleinn model 6260 or 6270, or the Wolo 840 turbo? So far the Viair and Kleinn 6270 seem the best bets with a slightly more interest in the Viair. I would go with the Kleinn, but I can't find a single review for them anywhere and Viair has pretty good reviews on Amazon.com.

    Apart from finding the right compressor, anyone have ideas where to mount the compressor, tank and horn? I'd very much like to keep the compressor outside of the car.

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    From what I know, Viair makes a solid product. I know alot of guys that ran viair's on their raptors for offroad purposes and for train horns. If they didn't use that, they used a nitro tank

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    As i know Wolo products are the best and are reliable.
    I have a good experience with their products and i will recommend you to use their products.
    However,You should go with your own choice
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    Quote Originally Posted by WRX1371 View Post
    From what I know, Viair makes a solid product. I know alot of guys that ran viair's on their raptors for offroad purposes and for train horns. If they didn't use that, they used a nitro tank
    That's what I'll probably be going with, lots of reviews easy to find on the internet and it looks like a lot of people use them for air transfer and bagging their cars. If that many people use it, they must be doing something right.

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