|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.2 x 3.5 x 10.8 inches|
|Item model number||419|
|Manufacturer Part Number||419|
|OEM Part Number||419|
Wolo (419) Bad Boy Air Horn - 12 Volt
|Price:||$34.25 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Black finish
- Patented one-piece design that requires no hoses
- Installs easily in minutes by simply transferring the factory horn wires to the compressor
- Mounts with one bolt included in kit
- Produces a powerful dual tone air horn sound that is two times 2X louder than a factory horn
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Top Customer Reviews
It's also good for scaring animals and small children, if you happen to be into that kind of thing.
What it is/does:
-Louder than what you might call a "normal" car horn. I'd say 2x louder or a little less is fair. Meets my expectations/needs for sure.
-It hurts your ears when you're next to it and I can feel the air pressure/sound waves hit my ankles near where it is mounted. So it's legit.
-Fairly instant-on, despite what another review said about a delay
-Somewhat big- the service guys had to get really creative finding a space to mount it, but they did.
-Meets my expectations for getting car's attention. For sure.
- Great value
What it isn't/doesn't do:
- Won't make you sound like a semi or huge truck. It's higher-pitched, about like a car horn. Think if a hand-held airhorn and a truck air horn had a child. It's this. Maybe leaning towards hand-held, but it doesn't sound embarassing.
- Be as loud as a semi/huge truck. Its plenty loud. A big improvement, louder and more "piercing" than a car horn. But it's not train horn. It's not going to make your ears bleed. Think about the effect you want.
- A great and affordable upgrade to a car horn or for scooters/cycles. Will get driver's attention. Maybe not if they have the stereo absolutely cranked. Plenty loud, but not an earth-shattering train horn. Won't make you sound like a Mack truck.
Update: Rode with this mounted to the underside (covered) of my scooter for an entire season (May-December). Some rain, some temperatures below 30 degrees F. Absolutely no problems to this point. Performs consistently and well in a variety of conditions.
Update: 2 years on, this horn is still working perfectly. Stored during winters.
Update: 8/20/15: Horn is still going strong.
Those who want a louder or lower pitch horn will have to look at a larger, more expensive horn.
However, since they have outsourced their production to China, the quality and reliability have gone down the toilet. The last one I bought was a terrible disappointment, both in quality of construction, sound and longevity.
The chrome plated model is a joke, now. Mine turned green in a couple months in a damp environment. I ride to work, so it sits out in the weather in the parking lot.
Too bad. I really like my earlier Italian ones.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Relay was bad I had to buy a new one and the horn slowly died after 3 rides guess I got the lemon of the bunchPublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
This horn has actually saved me from being hit. It's loud! Makes my Miata sound like it has authority rather than the Road Runner beep beep.Published 9 days ago by Carl P.
The reviews that said this sounded like a sick goose were spot on. Mine acted like this right out of the package. Read morePublished 23 days ago by More Cowbell
Initial: This horn is replacing the Stebel horn I had on the bike for a year. Actually it was the second Stebel as the first one failed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Jester
Stopped working after about two months. Tried to use the horn, Nothing. Reseated the electrical connectors. Nothing. Dead as a doornail. This is very unsafe. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ray Ward
The first Wolo I installed on my HD Sportster lasted about 3 weeks and started coming apart. I hit the horn button as someone was about to pull in my lane...SILENCE. Not good! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dave in PA
I was excited to have a very loud horn for my 94 Nissan truck. (The factory horns were, ah, too polite. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark James