Just tested out my new horn, and all i can say is Holy Smokes!...This thing is like 3 times louder than i thought it would be. My poor neighbors.
I learned pretty quick not to test mine in the garage or in the middle of the night.
Your E.A. horn has a nice tone and Ahoooooogah to it!
I LIKE that very complete ahoogah note.
I have a stock T horn mounted on the engine, but I'm looking for a 6V ahoogah to mount under the car, out of site.
I'm thinking maybe an E.A. might be the way to go now.
I've got a fire engine with a bell and a hand-crank siren. My granddaughter loves to excersize both! Neighbors don't seem to mind.
In the video,What was he using for a speedometer with the green display.
I have a horn like that out in the shop with a cut down horn that's currently missing.
It scared the crap out of me after a clean up and a test. Zoiks! Hehehe!
Yours works really good!
Not T related, but my 26 year old son just bought a fire truck. He's a '67-'79 Ford truck lover. He has two pickups, one of each of the two body styles, but just HAD to have this '72 F-500 fire truck. It's in rough shape aesthetically, but he is working on the mechanics of it. I'm sure much to his neighbor's chagrin, the siren works.
And so does the pump. He now knows where all the leaks are.
Does E A make a 6 volt? I want one.