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Stebel Nautilus Compact Dual-Tone Motorcycle Air Horn, 12-Volt, Black or Chrome

Stebel Nautilus Compact Dual-Tone Motorcycle Air Horn, 12-Volt, Black or Chrome

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$54.95
SKU: Stebel

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Review by Jeff
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I've had it for 3 weeks now and love it and it sure will move someone over. (Posted on 5/30/2016)
Review by Sandy
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This horn has been on all my bikes. This install would have been problematic but the website had detailed specific install and location I never would have found on my own ('09 Kaw 14 Concours). Wire kit made it a 15 minute install, not including the hour to r/r the fairing side for access to the location. Horn is goofy loud. One on my Rocket III has been operating for 10 years. Best safety tool is a good offense. You WILL be heard with this horn regardless of what the driver is of the car is doing. Use it often and preemptively... (Posted on 9/11/2015)
Review by kaber5150
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Warning: This horn may give people heart attacks, but once deceased it will probably revive them.

I can't recommend this air horn enough, best $50 I spent on an aftermarket part for my Burgman ever. Even with my helmet on at 75mph it's painfully loud, and that's a great feature in a horn. (Posted on 9/2/2015)
Review by Vaclav
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I installed the horn and it worked great for about one month weeks. Now the motor appears to spin but does not make any noise. I took great pains to isolate the air intake and used it periodically as recommended by others but the horn failed after one month. Since this is highly recommended by others on this and other sites I will purchase one again but this time will make a filter for the air inlet, maybe this will do the trick. (Posted on 7/15/2015)
Review by connie1
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Bought this because my stock motorcycle horn didn't get any respect. But not anymore... The plug and play option was nice, just make sure you have it well grounded, the grounding point shown in the video didn't work for me. Small enough to tuck under my fairing, you don't even know it's there....'till I hit the switch! (Posted on 7/14/2015)
Review by mike71129
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This is the second one I have had & they both will definitely wake you up. Put it on a Polaris Slingshot this time (Posted on 6/22/2015)
Review by BigJonGee
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Gets the attention of the blind cage driver that continue to say I didn't see that motorcycle. Chromed Plastic is fairly poor quality but does not effect horn. I have had to replace the relay several times over the last couple of years is only other problem I have encountered. A note to those that think they do not have enough room to mount them: I separated the horn from the compressor and mounted compressor behind the side panel of Ultra and connected to horn via clear plastic tubing routed out of sight. (Posted on 6/13/2015)
Review by gmiller302
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Bought this horn for my son's 2007 Triumph Daytona 675. Hard to find a place to mount. The bike has after-market exhaust and therefore the tag is mounted more forward than stock. Ended up mounting the horn behind the tag but had to turn it sideways rather than up and down. I wrote an installation "guide" for what I did but they wouldn't post it because I mounted it sideways. It's been 5 years now and no problem so far. Buying another one for my '67 Jaguar XK-E and another for my '68 Norton P-11. GREAT item. (Posted on 5/10/2015)
Review by Superfunkomatic
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Just had this installed to replace the anemic stock horn on a BMW F800GS (2012). It was mounted on the right side facing downward to avoid it getting clogged with road bugs and debris. It's much clearer than the original horn and now more of a honk than a meep. I haven't had much time to try it out in actual traffic conditions yet. (Posted on 4/28/2015)
Review by Garyh
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This is my 3rd Nautilus purchase. one had to be replaced when my horn button stuck in the on position and the horn fried after about 5 minutes of loud. ( I was on the freeway and couldn't safely pull over. ) Other than that they work great. (Posted on 3/18/2015)
Review by motodude62
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I bought this and found it to really loud. Do not buy the wiring harness and brackets--- Its a waste for $$$$ Instructions are clear. But you have to be creative to do the brackets. (Posted on 3/10/2015)
Review by Moose
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bought this so I can be heard on my bike and it definitely works great (Posted on 11/25/2014)
Review by Den
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This is the second Stebel Nautilus horn I have purchased. The first went on my 2002 Aprilia RSVR. The second is going on my 2012 BMW K1300S. The horns that come on these bikes are apologetic; instead of a little "excuse me," you want a "WHAT THE HECK ARE YOU DOING IN MY LANE" kind of response. The Stebel is it. (Posted on 11/12/2014)
Review by magyver
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Finally got my nautilus dual-tone air horn working.This thing is LOUD, however, I did test it with a meter and only got 132 db. Plenty of sound but quite a bit of difference between advertised sound and actual sound.. Would still give it 5 stars. (Posted on 9/27/2014)
Review by DJRFW
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Whenever I buy a new bike, this is the first item I put on it. It is the best/cheapest thing you can do to increase your safety. Loud pipes help people hear you, but they are loud all the time and create too much animosity among non-riders. This is only loud when you need it to be. And it's much cheaper than new pipes.

The only problem I have ever had with this product is that I can't find a place to install it on my new Triumph Thruxton. I have installed one of these on a Honda ST1300, a Honda CB1000R, a Honda Shadow Spirit and a Suzuki Bandit. Never been disappointed in the performance. (Posted on 8/19/2014)
Review by Phil
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I have been using the Stebel Nautilus horn on my '05 V Strom for about 6 years now....but not the first one I bought....that was about two horns ago. I mount mine on my SW Motec crash bars, in the proper position, ie. straight up and down. The vibration from the motor must be jarring the innards loose because they quit after about a year. Don't do much riding in the rain, so can't blame it on that. They just fall apart. They are great while they work though, real lifesavers. Will try using some rubber strips for padding and see if that extends the life any.To be continued. (Posted on 8/7/2014)
Review by Anonymous
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This is not the same a the wooloo big boy horn that they sell at harbor freight! I have a buddy who has one of those and this one BLOWS that one away! (Posted on 7/7/2014)
Review by Anonymous
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I purchased the horn and am glad I did as I now have a real hearable horn instead of the weak sounding one that comes with the motorcycle. Now I can be heard! (Posted on 7/7/2014)
Review by teebills
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I installed the horn and it worked great for about 2 weeks. Now it spins and pumps out air but doesn't make any noise. It actually died on me while in use as a lady was coming over on me. Not a satisfied customer. (Posted on 7/7/2014)
Review by Anonymous
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Bought it for the bike, separated the compressor from the horn so it was easier to hide. Works wonderful! Now the "enemy" can hear me in traffic. (Posted on 7/7/2014)

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