|Item Weight||2.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.3 x 3.4 x 9.8 inches|
|Item model number||003399803|
|Manufacturer Part Number||003399803|
|OEM Part Number||003399803|
|ABPA Partslink Number||003399803|
HELLA 003399803 Supertone 12V High Tone/Low Tone Twin Horn Kit
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- Loud and powerful Dual Supertone Horns add a level of safety to your driving with 118db(A) of sound
- Black moated metal body with a red protective grille for a distinctive and stylish look
- 8.58 inch height x 7.32 inch width x 3.50 inch diameter
- Kit includes one high-tone Supertone horn, one low-tone Supertone horn, one 12V relay, two mounting brackets, and mounting instructions
- One year limited warranty
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The Hella Supertone Twin Disc Horn Kit combine legendary appearance, performance and safety. These ultra-reliable 12 volt disc horns look and sound like nothing else on the road. In the Hella tradition, the Supertone Kit allows flexible mounting options and easy installation!
From the first electrical headlamp to theintroduction of Xenon headlamps, Hella has led the way in automotive lighting and accessory development for over 100 years--a legacy that continues today with the Hella Supertone Horn. Hella Supertones are at home either on or off the road on cars, trucks, SUV's or any other vehicle that require the additional safety of high performance horns. Their light weight and easy mounting make installation quick and simple so that you can spend less time mounting and more time driving.
Horns have a long tradition at Hella. Hella has been developing and manufacturing acoustic signal units at the highest technical level for almost 100 years. Standard original equipment signal horns make a relative hard sound which is mainly focused forwards. This achieves adequate penetration of the traffic noise over a shorter distance. Supertone horns are particularly suitable for more extreme driving conditions with their sound’s greater penetration force due to a larger size and more powerful electrical drive. High performance and off-road vehicles need the extra safety afforded to them by the upgrading of the original horns. Just as upgrading your lighting will give longer range to visibility, upgrading to Supertone horns will increase the range at which others will be aware of your vehicle when needed.
Hella Supertone Horns are easy to install in most cases with only one mounting screw and two blade terminals for the electrical connection. The sound pattern is most effective as a set with one high and one low tone Supertone horn as sold in sets, but single Supertone horns are available.
A History of Innovation
When some of the most respected names in the automotive industry, such as Audi, BMW, Porsche, and Mercedes-Benz, want the most advanced technologies in lighting and active safety on their newest flagship model, they call Hella. Virtually every major automobile manufacturer in the world counts on Hella original equipment products--and that same level of quality and innovation can be found in every one of our aftermarket products.
Hella innovation isn't limited to the OE market--Hella lamps have been proven on tracks and race courses around the world. At the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, 12 Hours of Sebring, and the Baja 1000, being able to see during the night is the difference between winning and losing. Many times it is even the essence of survival. So when drivers at these premier races want the edge, they expect nothing less than Hella.
Those whose adventures are likely to push both themselves and their vehicle to the edge have to be able to rely on their lights at all times and under all conditions. Rock falls, extreme humidity, or even the effects of mud can cause problems with functionality or cause failures with lesser lamps. For these extreme situations under the toughest of conditions, Hella has developed a whole range of almost indestructible auxiliary spotlights. Their stability, durability and outstanding lighting performance have been legendary for years, yet they have been subject to constant ongoing development.
- Sound Level: 118dB
- High Tone Frequency: 500Hz
- Low Tone Frequency: 300Hz
- Voltage: 12V DC
- Power Consumption: 66W
- Current Draw: 5.5A @ 12V (each)
- Diameter: 123mm
- Terminal Contacts: Blade Type
- Mounting Type: Single Screw
- Weather Protection: Teflon seal
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I live in Korea and drive quite a bit. I own a 1998 Hyundai AtoZ, which is essentially a lunchbox with wheels. It's old, it's a tin can, has no airbags, no power windows, no power locks, the radio doesn't work, blah blah blah you get the idea - it's a piece of junk. It also had a little tiny horn to match the car's overwhelmingly tiny stature. Boo. If you haven't driven in Korea then this review might be lost on you, but let me explain the driving conditions, here. Seoul is like San Francisco - packed with cars and people. The spaces between Seoul and other larger cities are the wild-west when it comes to driving. The only laws that most people abide by are laws enforced by cameras (red light cameras and highway cameras) and the law of "might = right". Remember that I'm driving a 14 year old tin can with an 800cc engine that, when new, had 53 horsepower.
Enter the Hella Supertones. I have had to start using restraint with my horn-blowing. It literally startles people to the point that their car swerves. Before I bought the Supertones I would drive around wailing on the center of my steering column with reckless abandon - firing off tiny and tinny little tweets of rage and irritation. Now I have to carefully calculate the validity of using my horn. Does that little old lady driving a car similar to mine who happens to be ever so slightly crossing into my lane REALLY need a stroke right now? Or does she need a pillow on which to sit so she have better spatial awareness? These are the dilemmas I now face on a daily basis. With great power comes red spider pajamas, and in this case the red spider pajamas are in fact, BIG RED HORNS OF DEATH. However, in certain situations (about once a week) I get to unleash the full fury of the angry god Hella.
Recently some guy in a black Equus decided to merge into my lane - and by "into my lane" I mean "into the same geographic area that I was currently busy... existing". This is pretty standard fare, here. Guy in expensive black car gets to drive whenever and however he likes and people generally have the transport-equivalent experience of getting their lunch money taken by a bully. Except in my case. I am the gun-toting school kid that makes sure the bully will think twice before trying to steal ANYONE's lunch money ever again. I am also the reason that a certain black Equus nearly slammed into another big black car that was going to do the same thing when the original Equus swerved wildly to the left at the sounding of my horns. I then engaged in horrifically childish (and hilarious) behavior when I rolled down the window and pointed and laughed. Big, sweeping gestures. Loud, raucous laughter. For two straight minutes at the next light. The other driver wouldn't even look up from his steering wheel.
So, yes: These horns are loud. They are the equalizer, here in Korea. Just make sure that you install them CORRECTLY. Use the included relay or buy the recommended relay on here. The relay recommended here on Amazon has an additional contact for the second horn (less splicing). Also, the wiring harness from here simplifies the whole soldering/crimping process quite a bit. Finally, DO NOT TRY TO INSTALL THESE WITH YOUR EXISTING HORNS. You will actually REDUCE the dB output. In the case of horns more does not equal better.
As the roads get busier and tempers get shorter, it seems like everyone out there is trying to kill you. Unfortunately for me in my 2010 Mazda 3, my stock horn is weak and didn't help when needing to warn others that they were about to take my life. After installing a set of Supertones, people now know when they're coming into my lane or about to pull in front of me. Be forewarned, while these horns aren't the loudest ones on the market, they are pretty loud and a great upgrade over my stock horn and I've scared a person or two before. So far there's been no accidents and many close calls have been avoided thanks to people knowing I'm near.
As for installation, it wasn't too hard that a shade tree mechanic couldn't tackle. After some research, it was suggested to hook up the horns without using a relay (included) as the draw on the electrical system wasn't enough to worry about. So far I've had no issues with anything electrical and the horns work and sound great.