That's a good system. My neighbor has one. That's the one I'm going with sometime down the road.FLAWLESS said:I installed the Hella dual compressor air horn. The install was really easy if you can read a wiring diagram.
It's "hella" loud! People JUMP out of my way, it's really fun.
That would be cool to have one button for each. But, I do not feel like taking the sterring wheel apart or going anywhere near the air bag for that matter!!!! I'm a rude f**k anyhow, the first beep would be that loud f**ker' ...just for driving in the passing lane and holding me upMojo-Jojo said:The guys I know at Serious Auto sell some for Miata's...well...the horns are universal, but they have custom kits to wire them to the Miata.
I watched them install one on a Miata and it took them maybe 15-25 minutes.
You don't have to do any wiring inside the dash or take apart the steering wheel at all.
Although, for what I'd want, you would need to.
I'd like my normal meep-meep horn on the left button, and the big WONK!!! airhorn on the right button.
/me pulls up behind car going too slow on my favorite twisty.
/me gives a friendly meep-meep.
Car doesn't pull over.
/me gives a big WONK!!!
/me smiles, and floors pedal.
Where did you get the horns and how easy are they to install? Is it just a replacement to the stock or do you have to go into the dash and $hit??FLAWLESS said:
^^^See above...I already did. The Hella is insanely loud, I mounted the horns right behind my front grille and it's deafening.
FLAWLESS said:I think I got it at Summit for like $50 or something. You just tap into the wire that goes to the stock horn and a couple to a relay and to the battery, not to bad, I did it in like 20 min or so.
No you won't want the stock horn after you hear the Hella. And I've hear cheap air horns from random auto parts stores that sound terrible. This sounds like the horn on a Ferarri.LX98Civic said:
Seems simple enough
So, you're not even using the stock horn now, right?
I am going to look into these. Does it require a compressor or any other accessiories (sp?)?
Are these the ones you have:FLAWLESS said:
No you won't want the stock horn after you hear the Hella. And I've hear cheap air horns from random auto parts stores that sound terrible. This sounds like the horn on a Ferarri.
It comes with the compressor and everything you need (actually I think you have to supply your own connectors, and the instructions are in German but if you can read a simple wiring diagram you're OK)> The horns are red but since I mounted them behind the grille I painted them black. If you get it and have any install Q's hit me up.