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Stebel Nautilus Compact Dual-Tone Motorcycle Air Horn, 12-Volt, 139 dB, Black or Chrome

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SKU: Stebel

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Review by Douglas
Seriously loud horn. excellent safety device. BMW '05 Dakar has a tiny horn. get this and save trouble. old horn was in beak of bike, plenty of places to hide wires behind things and keep it neat. use old horn wires to activate new relay. buy the wiring kit for this, save time. (Posted on 9/23/13)
Review by dana
I live in Boston and regularly ride through the Big Dig tunnel - over two miles of impatient, distracted commuters and trucks, with several turns and lane drops and additions on both sides.

Mounted inside the cowling of my 2009 DL650A. I used the included relay powered by the stock horn and power leads back to the battery.

If you give a quick hit of the horn button, the horn emits a short "bleep" - hold it down and you get the full volume.

For some reason, motorists do not react aggressively to this horn the way they do to standard diaphragm horns. So you can use it whenever there is a potential threat without irritating everyone around. I've even seen people smile at the sound!

Recommended for all cyclists and I may even put them on my eBike!
(Posted on 9/1/13)
Review by Paul
Mounted surpisingly easy in the same location as stock horn. Doesn't always work at idle but when I'm on the freeway dealing with the texting cagers, I feel like Dirty Harry with a locked and loaded .44 Magnum. "Go ahead, make my day!" (Posted on 6/20/13)
Review by arturo
I used for more yhan a year, but unfortunately I did not add the air house and in a trip to a sandy road, te horn blower got too much sand and it got a sore throat. It now sounds when its hot< and did not performed well. So I open it up to fix it and it worked for two days, so Im getting a new one it is worth every penny (Posted on 6/12/13)
Review by James
It was a little tricky finding a spot to install this on my wife's Spyder, but it did snuggle up next to the ignition coils/box on the upper left side of the engine bay. Even with the body work on, the horn sounds like a train coming down the tracks. The optional wiring kit was used to make the install easier. I wired directly off the battery with the relay mounted under the seat towards the rear where the battery + post comes through. I did leave the stock horn in place and tied in to the Steibel . . . just because more is better in this case. There should be no reason a car won't be able to hear you now! The only reason I wouldn't give this a 'five' is because I think a couple of more mounting points on the horn could have made this job easier. The wife loves it! DO NOT COME UP BEHIND A LITTLE OLD LADY PUSHING HER SHOPPING CART AND BLAST HER . . . . SHE COULD BE ON HEART MEDS. (Posted on 6/9/13)

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