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Customer Reviews (83)
- Works greta on My Wife's Mazda3Review by Joe Bar
- The stock Mazda3 horm is awful. Weak and wimpy. I replaced it witrh the Ear Cannon and what a difference. The Bar wife loves it. Hardest part is finding the stock horn! I used the optional wiring harness just to speed things up. (Posted on 1/3/12)
- Ear CannonReview by Brian
- I bought three of these horns, with the wiring kits, one for a mate and two for both my bikes, after we had both been cut off by car drivers. They were easy to fit, with simple instructions. However, all three relay blocks died within a week of instalation. Replaced them with quality boxes and haven't had any problems. I have used it once in anger when someone in a car decided he wanted to be in the same spot on the outside lane that I was occupying. One blast on the horn had him almost jumping out of his skin and he swerved back so hard he finished in the gutter. He was just starting to move again when I turned off two hundred yards further up the road. I highly recommend this horn to anyone who rides a bike. Get a decent relay. (Posted on 12/30/11)
- @002 Honda Shadow SabreReview by 2002 Sabre
- There was one of these horns installed on my bike when I bought it this summer - but it did not work correctly. It sounded sickly and was not overly loud. Well, after a close call with a car, I decided to replace the horn with a new one. WOW - WHAT A SUPRISE!!! This thing is about the loudest thing I have ever heard on a bike!! It even suprises me a little when I honk it - so it should do a number on the driver next to you (who decides to change lanes right into your space). I have it mounted to the bottom of the swingarm (in front of the rear tire). It is facing forward and was quite simple to mount (right near the voltage regulator down on the bottom of the swingarm). I am sold on this horn! Hopefully it lasts for awhile. Even if it doesn't - I would get another one just for the safety factor. (Posted on 12/15/11)
- Not Just for MotorcyclesReview by Doug
- My 1150RT already had a great horn but my Subarau Forester horn sucked. The hardest part of the whole install was removing the grill to get easy access to the old horn. I am NOT great with anything electrical but the optional wire harness made this a fun and easy install. It sounds great! (Posted on 11/16/11)
- Easily installed on a Triumph SprintReview by Shredne
- The instructions were helpful, but ultimately I just grabbed my voltmeter and did some testing. I really just pulled out the old horns, (one was not functioning, and the other was just as useless), and plugged in my new Ear Cannon. It works great! (Posted on 10/28/11)
- Great ProductReview by Greysnake
- The horn along with the wiring harness was an easy install. The one drawback was the horn not having some kind of bracket available for mounting. Still it works great and sure makes the stock horns sound like bicycle horns. (Posted on 9/28/11)
- Easy installation on a Vulcan ClassicReview by Kawie
- I installed the Ear Cannon onto my 07 Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 Classic and it couldn't be easier. I simply removed the stock horn including the rubber grommets, used the existing bracket by simply flipping it so that it brings the Ear Cannon away from the cylinder fins and even mounted it vertically as recommended. The optional complete wiring kit made it even easier, just plug and play and voila, riding confidence . I only wish it came in ALL black so that it blends in with the rest of the bike and disappears. So happy knowing it is there when necessary. Of course we shouldn't be lulled into a false sense of security that blasting it will assure safety, we riders should still keep our heads above our shoulders. Thanks Aerostich, so happy with it I gifted my riding buddy and brother with another set. (Posted on 9/10/11)
- A must have for safetyReview by RGBCMYK
- Installed this horn on my beemer which arrived from the mfgr with a wimpy beep-beep type horn. After few rides on busy roads where vacation traffic was at full swing and aiming to drive motorcyclists off the the road I decided to get the Nautilus. Got a tip from my mechanic that Aerostitch has them and the required harness and after a quick comparison with other sites the offer here was comparable, phone support was very helpful, and delivery was on time. Now I'm safer and cant be ignored on the road. (Posted on 9/9/11)
- K1600GLT MountReview by Phillip
- The Cannon was compact enough to mount where the meep-meep horn was, on the same bracket, though I had to reshape the bracket a lot. It's all I hoped for in a loud, properly pitched (to carry) klaxon. Just a tap on the horn button will make a sound small enough for a friend. If i lean on it everybody in my little town can probably hear it. I used the plug-and-play harness to wire it to the battery, since it kept blowing the breaker without the relay. Piece of cake! (Posted on 8/15/11)
- Great product and serviceReview by Acadia
Customer service and shipping were great, very quick. When I opened the box I couldn't wait to hear it so I hooked up my 3amp battery charger to the horn, I didn't think it was that loud, even in my shop. But I knew that the little charger didn't have much power, so I still had hope.
Mounting the horn to my ST1100 wasn't too bad, secured it to the fairing support so it's just inside the lip of the fairing next to the fork. That should keep it out of direct weather.
The plug and play kit made wiring a snap.
Hit the horn button and WOW, I was impressed. Much louder than on the charger.
Took the bike for a ride and with the bike running the horn seemed louder still.
Got to give it a real world test while riding with my wife through a tourist town in NH. A Volvo wagon started to make a left in front of me, I hit the horn and that Volvo stopped so quick the family inside all lunged forward and I saw stuff inside flying forward. As I rode past them I could hear the wife yelling at her husband. My wife leaned over my shoullder and said she really liked that horn and laughed. Thanks again. (Posted on 8/1/11)