How do you know if you end up requiring a relay? The Sick Speed horn kit is half the price of the Hella and the reviews say they are very comparable based on my google search, they also come in a wide range of colors. But its only 118db for the output..I think you will be able to do it without a relay. I am going to replace my daughter's horns out with a set of Hella hi/low horns @ 131 decibels as soon as we get back from vacation. As long as her new headlights with LED's built in arrive. That way I only have to take the bumper off once. If a relay is needed, it's really simple to do and a very short run of wires too as close as the 12v source is locted.
Thanks for the info. :laughing: on the double lock beep!Thanks, I love the sound of it! dIt's dfinitely a better piece of mine knowing I can be heard.
I have noticed something funny tho, sometimes and it's random, but I'll hit the horn and it sets off my passport 9500 saying laser but then it goes away. . Has anyone else experienced this?
Another thing that I don't mind but I'm sure my neighbors do..is when double-locking the car and hearing that confirming honk..I try not to do it past midnight..
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You can get it off shark racing but its $60, for $60 I would rather hack up the stock wires haha!I'm interested in this as well, but I'm curious. I see the hack you did with the spade connectors, but has anyone managed to actually find the plug connector anywhere to purchase?
It looks like this - SOMEONE must sell them somewhere. Buying an entire wiring harness and cutting it off seems silly when I only need ONE.
I am, but I am going to try the stock location. I don't care if it's seen, just heard. Loud and Clear!Well I got my Hella Horns in the mail the other day, looking in the grill area, I have no idea where to mount them
I could easily mount them behind the fog lights, but i really wanted to be able to see them like in the above picture.
Anyone else plan on doing this mod?