Nissan Frontier with WOLO Giant Air Horn Sound Test





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Published on Feb 20, 2011

Big Rig Truck air horn on my frontier compared to the stock horn. This horn utilizes an onboard air compressor and air tank set up.

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Solomon Tetteh
Woah! That is a proper truck horn!
hi, what model wolo horn is that ??? thanks
jn ep
Hi , i have a Pathfinder , i have the air mounted on but i can't find a good horn , i heard you can adjust the sound , i want it  low
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yes you can you idiot.I tied my airhorns into the stock wiring and have always passed inspection. Just make sure to bump up the fuse rating
Carlos Delao
I just got 2012 frontier...can u please post video on where you mounted your equipment..need help
John P.
@drewsome89 That's why he used another button for it instead of the stock location.
Can you pass inspection with an air horn on a vehicle like that?
@98D0dg3Ram eh I kind of pieced it together but I would say around $300. The horn itself was $60, then the compressor, air tank, and solenoid were another $200. The rest went to miscellaneous parts like tubing and wire etc.
aiden yoshimura
Lmao that makes the stop sound pussy
No your horn will sound very different. This is the type of horn you see on top of a big rig and it requires an air compressor and tank. Yours will be loud but a much higher pitch.@EJthecountryboyGRAY 
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