|Item Weight||1.3 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||9.3 x 7.3 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||85110|
|Manufacturer Part Number||85110|
|OEM Part Number||85110|
PIAA 85110 115db 400HZ + 500HZ Sports Horn
|Price:||$47.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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The PIAA Sports Horn makes a powerful, attention-getting sound, comes with a 400HZ and 500HZ 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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Although the Mini Clubman is a smaller vehicle, just a single OEM horn made it sound even smaller! While I don’t make it a habit to honk my horn, in South Florida it is necessary due to distracted drivers and lost drivers or obnoxious drivers merging into lanes without looking.
After reviewing videos and other reviews of replacement horns, I replaced both horn units on my Clubman with the PIAA 85110 115db 400HZ + 500HZ Sports Horn.
The horns were easy to install as replacements for the Cooper Clubman as they are almost similar in size as the OEM horns.
Although you have to solder the old plugs from the OEM horns onto the PIAA units (see YouTube for videos), they simply were plug and play after that. The hardest part was installing the second horn into the bumper well without removing the bumper.
Once installed, the horns sound beefier, and much louder than the OEM Mini horns. The high and low pitches from both horns combine to make the horn sound like it was coming from a bigger sedan!
Overall, the PIAA 85110 horns fit the bill, and give a louder, beefier sound to my Mini Cooper Clubman S. They are great replacements to the leaner sounding OEM Mini horns.
PIAA | Automotive Sports Horn (400/500Hz) #85110
The are exact fits on the mounts as the OEM horns and use the same bolts. A 1/4 inch drive ratchet and a 12mm socket is needed to remove and install the bolt. They came with grounding leads with ring spade lugs that mounted readily under the existing M6 bolts on the radiator supports. All you need is a 10mm socket.
The two wiring harness leads are too short to connect the horns. Two wire tie mounts hold the harness to the aluminum bumper reinforcement. You can cut off the ties and use the OEM harness to connect the horns, but I chose not to. I prefer NOT to cut off the OEM connector blocks.
I made two pigtail extensions out of 18 gauge black primary wire, 5 inches long. One end needs a 1/4 inch wide exposed male quick disconnect. The other end needs an insulated female 1/4 inch quick disconnect terminal. Since I used 18 gauge wire, I used the red coded ones.
The exposed male connector slides into the OEM horn connector perfectly. The female one clips easily onto the positive terminal of each horn.
The horns how have a weather shield on the apertures.
Best thing to my surprise is that they appear to be very high quality and Made in Japan.
Also nice is that they need no modification to the horn relay or circuit.