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aftermarket car horn ?

Discussion in 'Gadgets & Gear' started by comet, May 24, 2007.

  1. comet


    Oct 8, 2002
    I have a Ford Expedition. The factory horn is little whimpy so I ordered a Bad Boyz horn from Harbor Freight. It is supposed to be twice as loud as a factory horn. It is OK but high pitched. I was hoping for something like a caddy horn.
    My question is: Could I tap into the original horn wire and run both horns together? I would like a horn that makes people take notice when I blast them! Would the draw be too great?
  2. Evil Eye Earl

    Evil Eye Earl

    Feb 18, 2006
    Last edited: Jun 23, 2008
  3. zulu45


    Jul 14, 2006
    It is possible to have more than one horn going on at one time. I'd suggest getting a strong compressor, and having multiple horns of different tones (be sure to get those you like the sound of together) all connected. Loud, sound great, and damn sure to get the attention of others.
  4. Knife_Geek


    Mar 11, 2007
    Just go to a junkyard and strip an old semi's horn rig. My dad hid a set of those under the hood of his 1973 corvette it would set off car alarms from a block away.
  5. Gollnick

    Gollnick Musical Director

    Mar 22, 1999
    Check the fuse on the circuit, but probably yes.

    Go to a junk yard and get the horn off an old Caddy (probably a few bucks if you unbolt it yourself) and wire that in.

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