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Old 05 Feb 2013, 08:17 pm
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Default High and low tone horns?

I Think i am going to wire in two horns on my Honda Civic 2008 (it only comes with one 110 db horn) what kind would be better to get? Two high tone fiamms or one high tone and one low tone. I want my horn to be unique, but i want it to be loud. Im thinking the two high tone horns would be better wouldent it? Ive already got a high tone horn but thats all right now

Would i need to add a bigger fuse to the horn fuse assuming the current fuse cant handle it?
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Old 05 Feb 2013, 08:33 pm
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You should have 2 different. Notes (or hi and low pitch) otherwise you won't really make much of a difference,, as far as the power you will be doubling the circuit load, that's not what it is designed for so really you should tap into the control end of circuit with another relay and run a new power from new relay to new horn,,
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