The HornBlasters Shocker XL train horn
|Industry||Aftermarket automobile accessories|
|Founder 👔||Matthew Heller, CEO|
|Headquarters 🏙️||Tampa, Florida|
Area served 🗺️
|Products 📟||Train horns, air horns, associated pneumatic and electronic hardware|
Number of employees
HornBlasters is an American manufacturing company that produces and sells aftermarket automobile accessories, including air-powered horns that replicate the sound of locomotive train horns. The company is based in Tampa, Florida and is best known for its horns’ volume and for its extensive social media presence.
HornBlasters was founded by Matthew Heller in 2003. Heller sold his first homemade air horn in 2002 and founded HornBlasters while working at a major retail hardware chain. HornBlasters supplies hardware and parts in addition to their wide selection of horns, which range in price from $30 to $3,000 USD. All HornBlasters horns have stainless-steel diaphragms and are tuned to specific notes, accurate to 1 Hz. Their loudest product, the Shocker XL, produces a 148-decibel sound.
HornBlasters is a regular attendee at the annual Special Equipment Market Association (SEMA), the industry’s leading conference for aftermarket automobile accessories, as well as other shows including the Lone Star Throwdown, Daytona Truck Meet, and Orange Beach Invasion.
The company was founded in Zephyrhills, and in June of 2020 moved to its current headquarters in Tampa, Florida.
Country music star Kane Brown installed a HornBlasters horn on his “dream truck” – a custom-built Ford Super Duty.
NBA hall of famer Shaquille O'neal uses HornBlasters horns on multiple vehicles he owns. O'neal also owned a giant fish tank created for him by the Animal Planet show, Tanked which featured a HornBlasters train horn inside the housing.
Popular daytime talk show host & comedian Ellen Degeneres used a set of HornBlasters horns in a skit on her television show. The skit involved attaching HornBlasters horns to a bicycle and honking it on the show's back-lot at passers by.
The Diesel Brothers, known for their popular show on the Discovery Channel gave away a heavily modified 2008 Chevy Duramax with a HornBlasters system installed. 
5x SEMA Global Media Award
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