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PIAA 85112 115db 500HZ + 600HZ Sports Horn

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  • Powerful, attention-getting sports horn
  • 115 decibels
  • 500HZ and 600HZ
  • Helps to improve motor safety
  • Announces your presence with style
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandPiaa
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions2.2 x 6.8 x 8.5 inches
Item model number85112
Manufacturer Part Number85112
OEM Part Number BCGP85112
  
Additional Information
ASINB00079V5ZI
Best Sellers Rank #11,926 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 13, 2005
  
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Product Description

The PIAA Sports Horn makes a powerful, attention-getting sound, comes with a 500HZ and 600HZ horn and packs a 115 decibel punch. An invaluable addition to your vehicle, this horn will announce your presence with style and improve your motoring safety.


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Customer Reviews

Installation was very easy.
Russ Richelsoph
This product has a much better sound and much louder compared to OEM horn.
hawaiiguy
Gets the attention of those inattentive drivers!
S. Lee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Jack Hart on May 16, 2008
i looked at various hella twin horn setups (owned the set found in griot's catalog many years ago) before finding these. i made a quick visit to youtube to see if i could find sample sound bites of the hellas vs. these, which i did, and after listening to them decided to go with the piaa's.

like another reviewer, i chose the higher tone (500hz and 600hz) piaa's because to me they sound better, or more unique, than the lower tone ones, which sound like a stock american horn.

i installed these on a jeep wrangler, whose stock single factory horn is anemic and dangerous, since it can barely be heard. the piaa's come with very clear instructions for installation. you simply match up one of 4 diagrams with your factory setup and then follow the simple steps in the instructions to wire them up.

you do not need a relay to install these. i did have to tap into my existing positive and negative factory horn wires, since i was going from one stock horn to dual horns. piaa provided the extra wiring to do this and the quality of the wiring and spade ends is excellent. i did have to go buy two female spade bits for the ends of the factory wires, since i had to cut those off the factory harness. crimping on new spade ends was not hard at all. the whole install took about 15 minutes and the dual horns fit perfectly in the stock location.

i am very, very satisfied with the piaa sports horns, in terms of both loudness and quality of the sound. i was a little skeptical because of their low price, but they really do deliver, and i think they are better than the more expensive hellas. they seem well-made and combined with the great instructions, i don't see how you can go wrong. highly recommend.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Russ Richelsoph on May 11, 2008
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Just traded my Nissan Armada for a Toyota Prius. I love the Prius, but the horns it came with were very disappointing. After doing a little online research I found these horns. This kit actually contains two horns: one 500Hz and the other 600Hz.

There are two versions of these horns: a lower pitched one that sounds like a typical American car horn (400Hz horn + 500Hz horn), and these horns which are slightly higher pitched and sound like a European sports car (500Hz horn + 600Hz horn). I found sound recordings of both horns online and decided that the sound of these horns would more fit the Prius. If you want a more traditional sound, go with the lower pitched horns.

Installation was very easy. I was able to install in the stock horn locations; no relays required. I ran the grounds to the mounting bolts. I now have no problem being heard on the freeway.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By O. Torres on November 16, 2009
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I purchased these horns to replace the horn on my BMW bike. The space where the original horn was located is somewhat small. The horns have a plastic cover over their opening. I had to remove these covers to make the fit much easier since they add bulk in a small space. Luckily it is very easy to remove them. I think the cover removal alters the sound of the horns but my main objective was to have extremely loud horns to get the attention of the occasional errant driver. They are very loud and without a doubt you will get the attention of a driver coming blindly into your lane.

I spliced the horns into the existing horn wiring.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David White on May 13, 2010
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The two higher tones of this impressive little 2 horn set has a definite Euro flair that you don't often hear in the U.S. The decibel level is loud enough to be clearly heard without blasting or blaring. There is a video and sound sampling on youtube that sold me on this set, which replaced the anemic single tone bleating factory horn on my car. This is the perfect horn for smaller cars and a definite step up from any factory horn I've ever heard. Extremely easy to mount, with wiring options and hardware included for every 12-volt configuration. Foolproof and simple. I would have paid twice as much for the end result and ease of installation.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By V. Ryan on July 14, 2013
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I would say the 400-500hz horn sounds far better than this one. this one has a flat sound and doesn't have that scary effect like the other. unfortunately i bought the 600hz one looking at the good reviews here. I didn't know about the difference until my wife said it sounded flat (Though louder than OEM, i didn't like it)and until i watched the utube comparison video! I guess the bad reviews for the 500hz by some is just fake and probably people behind other brands. PIAA is made in Japan not China.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JohnnyT on August 24, 2010
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Bought this to replace the puny horn on my Subaru Impreza. Easy to install, once I got the bumper removed to access the stock horn location in front of the radiator. Do a Google search of "Subaru WRX bumper removal" and you'll find a great video some guy did that outlined the procedure. Most other new cars are similar. I mounted one horn using the stock horn bolt and the second horn right next to it using a bolt for the hood latch. Using some electrical spades, a tap (to split off the one positive wire for the second horn) and some heat shrink tubing I picked up at radio shack, I had the whole thing installed in just over an hour. Before reinstalling the bumper, test out each horn by unplugging the positive spade from the other, just to make sure it's all working. By the way, no extra relay is needed. These horns don't draw that much power.

As for sound, what a difference! This will grab the attention of inattentive drivers much better than the ineffective stock horn. I felt the higher "Italian Ferrari" pitched sound of this model suited my Impreza better than the "American" car sound of the 400HZ + 500HZ model. Although both will get the job done, it's just whatever sound suits your taste.
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