AaronM Posted January 29, 2005 Report Share Posted January 29, 2005 My old horns on my car stopped working. So, I tested to see if there was any power running to them. They still had power! Instead of just buying new horns, I decided to buy a set of air horns, haha! That was a fun project! I had to wire them all up and mount them. The kit came with a mini air compressor to power them. I will try to take a little picture of the setup later. It is very ghetto! I used probably twenty zip ties, haha. I didn't want to drill into anything to mount them. Installation took about two hours. I had to figure out how to wire up the relay correctly. If I had to do it again, I could probably cut the time in half. The new horn sounds pretty cool! It sounds like a semi truck, just a little higher pitched. It is rated at 135+ dB I might go back and buy a set of the original horns as well and install those too. Watch out! Total cost was about $20. $15 for air horn from eBay and $5 for wire and connectors. Here is the picture! 18 Year Old Male Black 1992 STS 4.9L 90,XXX Miles Flowmaster 80 series muffler Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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