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How loud can you be...

Posted by Howza on July 14, 2016 at 2:50 AM

Latest remodelling of a rather loud horn, should wake those tintops up (maybe).

http://www.gizmag.com/screaming-banshee-shockwave-horn/44336/

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4 Comments

Reply Erik (Lumberjack)
5:40 AM on July 14, 2016 
The most common air-horn for bikes is the Stebel Nautilus and they claim that it gives out 139 dB. ($40 to buy)
That new one only claims to give 123 dB but still way better than the factory fitted horn which in my case couldn't be heard when riding near your noisy bike ;-)
Reply Ross A Schmidt (crash)
8:00 PM on July 14, 2016 
I actually have one, I bought it for the Yamaha, but it wouldn't fit anywhere, however it will fit on the Kawasaki, I will get around to fitting it eventually.
Reply Ado
4:33 AM on July 15, 2016 
Whatever you do, don't tell Daffy about this one. His is loud enough now.
Reply John (Colonel Bow)
2:21 AM on July 16, 2016 
I have the Stebel Electromagnetic Scroll Type Red Cap
From $19.60 (Single 12V)
Single Horns 133dB
Wakes up the sleepers at the lights lol.