The horns work good, and they even look good. It makes plenty of noise.
By Formula toy #20 from Twin falls, idaho
Big improvement over stock
Much louder, and therefore much safer, than stock.
After having two distracted drivers back into my wife's car while she was laying on the horn, we decided to install horns that would actually do what they're supposed to - get the attention of inattentive drivers. They do. Loud with a distinctive chord of tones.
Look online for better instructions than the ones included with the horns - they're terrible.
By toot from Massachusetts
I got this horn as a replacement for my old one on my Bug, and for a daily driver it plain does what is supposed to be doing: honk! I still have to wait for the next rain though to see if it works then too, and it does not look like advertised.
I still think it would be amazing to have sound-samples available for these horns, so one can hear before buying what tone is to be exspected.
A simple mp3 to download or a small embedded player should be doable. Of course the car will alter the sound a bit (behind the fender, etc.), but it is the "voice" of your car, right?!
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