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But the loudest motorcycle horn in the world is useless if it can’t be trusted, and based on our experience with the Stebel Nautilus horns, we’d rather take a few less dB but have something that’s going to work when needed. As you can see from the image below, they do become fairly corroded overtime. This horn was replaced from a 20 year old vehicle and it took just a few minutes to switch over the part. There are a variety of car horns available from small to large and its just a matter of preference and whether the horn is compatible. I'm very excited because, I have a 50cc 2Stroke engine LXV and just bought the Nautilus horn and the 12V outlet and am eager on modding my LXV ... With the old horn removed, you can proceed to wiring and mounting the new horn in its place. As mentioned above, if there are any error codes, you can use a diagnostic tool to clear them from the dash. Funny Car Horns

Hint Two: adding a small piece of aluminum or steel “L” (a.k.a. angle iron) with a hole for the mounting bolt will prevent the horn bouncing off if the bolt loosens Star washers and jam nuts are a good addition. Conclusion Owning a digital multimeter is really handy for installing components such as a horn. This device will help you find continuity within wires if you cannot seem to power up the horn. If you consider yourself a creative person who loves solving problems and wants the mother of all compact horns, this is the project for you Cycles without radiators won’t have a problem finding a spot on the frameHere is a gallery of the images in various sizes, in case you want to see the original huge (2.5 MB) image. If you don’t have the room to be able to do that then, yep, I’d go for something else. Given that I have been able to do that, however, I’ve been very pleased with the Stebel.” Additionally, the horn gets exercised 2-3 times a week to let cagers know I’m right beside you so quit coming over into my lane. The Nautilus comes supplied with an uprated relay and general fitting instructions. Will require an additional fuse and length of wire between the battery and the relay (not supplied).

A couple strips of foam rubber provide vibration isolation and the horn appears to function just the same as the one on the VFR, if not slightly muffled due to the “closed” location behind the Fly Screen. As well as testing and using a number of cars horns within our own cars, we also based our recommendations upon hours of research and multiple factors. The factors that we considered included their decibel rating, ease of installation, type, build quality, supplied accessories, tone options, warranty and value for money. Car Horn Buying Guide

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The relay and the horn, both have a ground wire. I saw in another post that the ground wire from the relay goes to the negative part of the that correct? what about the ground wire from the horn? Installation can be a major issue, partially because the shape is very complex and doesn’t lend itself to mounting alternatives. Please Note - As with many of our electrical components, we recommend seeking fitting from a qualified auto-electrician to ensure a safe and correct fitting of your new Stebel Horn. We are un-able to offer free fitting with the sale of this product. The majority of loud car horns are simple upgrades that don’t require a compressor for producing a loud noise. However, some may require small adjustments depending upon your vehicle but overall, its an easy modification.

This one never worked, and we’ve heard from other Stebel Nautilus owners who experienced similar problems. Stebels' Nautilus model is largely considered the ultimate upgrade for your existing horn setup. The single unit produces a reading of 110dB at two metres, at an earth quaking frequency of 300Hz. With the ignition off, the horn should not work. With the ignition on it (obviously) should work. Make sure you're not in an enclosed space when you test the horn, and don't have your ears in its path. Hi all, first of wall just wanted to say congrats on this posts (Nautilus and 12V outlet).


From “P.A.” (06/2011):“I’ve had the same Stebel Nautilus Compact horn on my ’95 FLHT bagger since 2006. It has worked flawlessly.

We didn’t get a chance to hear this horn, because it was inoperative out of the box when brand new. Next time after adding a few drops of oil, I sprayed in some 3-in-1 dry lubricant with PTFE and so far after a few months it is still working.” Keeps it hidden from both the elements and prying eyes. Photos here and here. Has worked flawlessly.” At first I tried blasting some WD40 through the air intake of the motor, this worked for a day or two, then I tried using some 5W40 engine oil that i had lying around that wasn’t needed and dropped a few drops in, this lasted a bit longer, so I tried a few more drops in until it failed again.

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Indeed, if grounding is so critical with Stebel horns, then that is an issue also. We have never had a grounding problem with any other brand of horns we have reviewed. Please refer to LX-150: Installing a 12V power Outlet as well as LX150: Installing a Tiny Tach For instructions on removing the Horn Cover, Legshield liner, and all wiring. The Wolo (519) Bad Boy is a popular replacement car horn that the brand claims is twice as loud as factory horns. It’s a one piece construction that’s easy to install and a direct replacement for many factory horns. In terms of the loudness, the brand states that it outputs at 118 dB using a powerful dual tone.

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