Sure, it was loud as hell but the pitch was too high (even with both trumpets). Additionally, there was also a slight delay because the compressor had to start working before any sound would be made. Note: If you do decide to go down this route, make sure to check the relay BEFORE installation. Mine was defective and required me to reflow some solder points.
I also tried a pair of horns from a 70s Ford Torino (think Starsky & Hutch). They were ultimately kind of dissapointing as well (not loud enough). I did have a friend who pulling some horns of a 70s Cadillac and they were pretty impressive -- esp on his little Subaru. If you insist on upgrading your horn, I would go after the traditional diagphram style though vs. the air compressor -- the delay was a bit annoying.
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