Horn post too short (would not allow the original hardware; rubber mounts, to connect). With no rubber, horn double grounded, so would not work. Had to ground bracket in order to get it to work. Had the screw post been the same size as the original horn, this would have not been an issue. (Posted on 4/8/13)
I bought a pair of these, high/low, several years ago to install on my Valkyrie. They have saved my butt quite a few times. I am ordering another pair for my new Rocket. You can rely on Fiamm, they are compact and LOUD! (Posted on 4/4/13)
This is a replacement for one just like it. I had a low and a high mounted on my VTX. I modified them a little to fit where I mounted them (near where the original was). These worked great and they were nice and loud. Even the low is way bettert than the stock. I lost the high between Gallup and Albuquerque, NM. It appeared as though the bracket I made over flexed and broke. I'll use a heavier on this time. (Posted on 3/24/13)
This horn gets noticed! After testing out a standard replacement horn for the stock unit on my '72 cb450 I was not impressed. Not only are Atlanta drivers crazy they are constantly distracted. Your standard horn simply won't get heard. I mounted two (hi and low tone) horns discreetly tucked between the tank and frame and can say definitively these horns are perfect. Not so loud as to get someone pissed but loud enough to get noticed. I routinely give these a blast when motorists give me a reason. Mounting hardware is complete but you'll probably need more wire and pick up a relay. I liked them so much I bought two more for my jeep wrangler. (Posted on 3/21/13)
I first got these horns (both high & low tone) quite a few years back for my 1981 Kawasaki KZ440, They were so good, I've bought them for every bike since AND two of my 4-wheel vehicles. Very loud and effective. With a relay, pretty easy to hook up and integrate, even on my KZ440. I installed a hi-low tone set on my Toyota truck and my new Corolla, exponentially improving the stock anemic horn on those vehicles also. I did have one of those european air-horn sets on my truck, the ones with two "horns". The Fiamm hi/low tone set are much louder than those air horns. I love these horns and any of my future bikes and cars/trucks will have a set installed. (Posted on 2/22/13)
Our 2010 Honda Insight car came with a horn that sounded like a weak motorcycle "beep." The relay and high/low tone horns fit the car like they were replacement Honda parts - the relay on the old horn mount and the horns mounted below to a cross-member with pre-drilled holes.
Now if those deer would just pay attention... (Posted on 12/21/12)
Sorry this item did not meet your requirements. You may send this one back and we will send you another to be certain it wasn’t a defective unit.
Also, if the mounting tang or tab a horn is attached to is different than the one used to mount the stock horn, this can greatly influence loudness. A horn vibrates a lot when activated, and the mount must allow this resonance, or the horn will sound ‘off’ or ‘flat’. – Customer service’ (Posted on 12/3/12)
Bought the blaster for my Triumph Explorer which had a very weak sounding horn. Install could not have been simpler, however blaster was really hard to tell if it was any louder than stock horn. Had to have my wife listen to each to decide. Only difference was blaster sound was much deeper sound like a car but really not any louder. Quite disappointed. Will look elsewhere for something louder. I would call this horn a freeway beeper not blaster. (Posted on 11/2/12)
This is a great horn at a great price. It is not obnoxiously loud, but when needed, it gives cagers the presence you need. I replaced the air-horn I had installed previously largely due to appearance, and although it's not as loud, it does the job and looks a lot better overall. This product is light years better than any stock horn. I can recommend it with confidence. (Posted on 5/31/12)