Reviews for Kleinn Air Horns Trail Blaster Air Horn Kit for 07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK
Loved it at first well the first week. At this point I'm too embarrassing for me to turn on. This compressor is soI LOUD!! People look and think jeep is gonna explode or something . I even uninstalled it. Nd put back together to be sure everything was snug and tight well same issue . Also do not use if going off road when I even go over speed bumps the trany case smashed Into it. No much play room to adjust, so if your 17 or 18 don't waste your hard earned $$
I found my compressor to continue to recyle ever few minutes. After checking for leaks, I found the issue to be in the plastic tubing. I replaced the tubing with copper coil tubing, and the problem of recycly continuously went away! Yes, the compressor is pretty load, but no more than it now comes "on", its acceptable.
I found this install extremely difficult on my 2011 JK wrangler. Several modifications were required: The location requires the bracket (compressor & tank) fits in such a way against the frame that the air tank does not fit far enough rear-ward on the bracket so the holes don't line up. I had to drill new holes in the bracket to make it work. The "U" brackets themselves required spacers before they would clamp down enough to be tight too. The instructions for setting up the compressor were poorly written. This ended up being a complex install.
Had it installed yesterday. Horn is really loud, just what I was looking for....But, as a couple people have mentioned, the compressor is Very loud and actually vibrates my JK. It takes a minute or two, and seems to happen every time you start ignition. One would hope you could do a quick errand for 10 minutes and not have it run again when you return to start Jeep. I am going to install a cut off switch so I can fire it up once in motion, rather than have people looking at me in the parking lot wondering what is wrong with my Jeep. Its also going to be something you have to explain to any passenger that doesn't know up front when your little compression friend kicks on underneath you. I understand from other reviews that this can happen randomly during any trip when tank needs pressure. Have not experienced it yet, but I'm sure it will more than wake me up if it kicks on on the highway. I will report back after installing kill switch, which will act as off/on switch. Problem is, I'm sure there will be times when I want to blast someone when I haven't "charged" the tank.