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Kleinn Veloci-Raptor 230 Onboard Air System w/ Triple ABS Train Horn (09-14 F-150)

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Features & Details

  • Deep, Loud Train Sound
  • Durable Black Finish
  • 150 PSI, 100% Duty Cycle Air System
  • 3 Gallon Air Tank
  • Tire Inflation Kit Included
  • Bolt-On Installation
  • Fits All 2009-2014 F-150s
Deep, Loud Sound. Kleinn's Veloci-Raptor 230 Onboard Air System with Triple Train Horn, known as The Beast, is for the F-150 owner that wants to alert everyone that you have arrived. Featuring a 150 PSI, 100% Duty Cycle Air Compressor and a set of three glossy black trumpets that are designed with extra-wide bells, it will produce an deep, loud train sound that will rattle your bones. If you wanted to show off the trumpets, they include solenoids that can be separated so you can mount the horns in a variety of positions.

100% Duty Compressor. The Onboard System includes a 150 PSI, 100% Duty Cycle Air Compressor that is rated for use up to a 3 gallon tank. The compressor pumps out a flow rate of 1.37 cubic feet per minute (CFM) to blast the air. For added insurance, the unit is completely sealed to prevent damage from the weather.

Quality Construction. Kleinn proudly manufacturers their 3 gallon air tank in the USA out of quality steel. The tank features an outer black epoxy finish, and internal Cortec™ coating for durability and resistance against corrosion. Each horn is constructed from black, high impact ABS plastic for durability and great looks.

Tire Inflation Kit. As an added bonus, whether you need to top off your truck or trailer tires, the Veloci-Raptor 230 Kit includes a Tire Inflation Kit with a 30 foot coiled hose and quick connect fittings, that works with the 3 gallon air tank. The combination of the tank, air compressor and inflation kit will have enough power to inflate up to 35 in. tall tires.

Bolt-On Installation. Best of all, Kleinn designed this Onboard Air System to be a bolt-on accessory that mounts under the truck, with no cutting, welding or modifications required. All of the necessary hardware and a pre-assembled, custom fit wiring harness is included for a straight forward installation.

Application. This Kleinn Veloci-Raptor 230 Onboard Air System with Triple ABS Train Horn is specifically designed to fit all 2009 to 2014 F-150s, including the FX2, FX4, Harley Davidson, King Ranch, Lariat, Limited, Platinum, STX, SVT Raptor, XL and XLT models.

Technical Note. The Onboard Air System is not compatible with F-150s equipped with power/retractable steps.

Fitment: 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details


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What's in the Box
  • (1) Air System Bracket
  • (1) Air Horn Bracket
  • (1) 3.0 Gallon Air Tank w/ Mounting Hardware
  • (1) Compressor w/ Mounting Hardware and Remote Mount Air Intake Filter
  • (1) Air Horn w/ Solenoid Valves, Fittings and 1/2" Air Line
  • (1) Tire Inflation Kit
  • (1) Wiring Harness and Relay
  • (1) 12 Gauge Fuse Holder
  • (1) 30 Amp Fuse
  • (2) Female Nylon Bullet Connector w/ Heat Shrink
  • (1) Drain Fitting
  • (1) Safety Valve
  • (1) Pressure Switch
  • (1) Compression Fitting
  • (1) Reducer
  • (1) Air Horn Juice
  • (1) Push Button
  • Hardware
Installation Info
Tech Specs

Air Horn Specifications.

  • Construction: ABS
  • Max Input (PSI): 175
  • Output (db) @ 150 PSI: 153.3
  • Solenoid: 307 Vortex 4 12V DC
  • Trumpet Sizes: 17.5", 15.5" and 11.5"

Air Compressor Specifications.

  • Rated for Use with up to 3 Gallon Tank
  • 12-Volt Permanent Magnetic Motor
  • 100% Duty Cycle @ 100 PSI
  • 150 Max PSI
  • Amp Max Draw: 21
  • Flow Rate: 1.37 CFM @ 0 PSI
  • Length: 9.25"
  • Width: 4.00"
  • Height: 6.50"

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