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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-28-2018, 11:24 PM Thread Starter
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Dual Horn Sound

I added a second horn a while back.

It's really loud and gets your attention.

You can see the additional horn is different from the stock horn. The two different tones blend to make the obnoxious European sports car sound. It was a cheap addition at $12. Here is the link. Check out the name of the horn...Sick-Ass. Indeed it is...Lol.

https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...al-12V-DC-Horn

Here is how it sounds. Be sure and turn up the volume.


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I bought this pair from Amazon for $10 and couldn't be happier. Sounds very similar to what you have going. Actually mounted it the same way as you there.

I can hear it on the freeway even with music going. But doubt other drivers can with their windows up and music going. However in city traffic its saved my bacon more than once. Why the heck do they come with a single tone anyway?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01EG18SDE
Doesn't come with any wiring so you have to make your own wiring set up (simple if you need help ask).
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Cool. Did either of you need a relay?

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Cool. Did either of you need a relay?
Did not use a relay. If I was installing a big amp draw horn I would have added a relay.

The two smaller horns don't draw too much current. Plus I don't lay on the horn. Just a couple of short bursts does the job.

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Nice tone.


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Cool. Did either of you need a relay?
I didn't. I took the stock 2 wires, cut the ends off and did 1 into 2 with a butt connector. Then added on new connector ends. The horns came with little mounting tabs, bent them a little to stack on each other and used the stock mounting bolt and nut.

2 red butt connectors, 4 red female connectors.

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I didn't. I took the stock 2 wires, cut the ends off and did 1 into 2 with a butt connector. Then added on new connector ends. The horns came with little mounting tabs, bent them a little to stack on each other and used the stock mounting bolt and nut.

2 red butt connectors, 4 red female connectors.
Be careful Kyle. Those female butt connectors can put a guy in deep trouble ...Lol.
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Be careful Kyle. Those female butt connectors can put a guy in deep trouble ...Lol.
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