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11-26-2015 03:57 PM
Help! No sound.

I have a MK 1. I wired everything up correctly but I'm still getting no sound when I push the button. Any help will be appreciated. I'll try and post pics later.
07-18-2015 02:39 PM
zetecDon Hella Supertones?
07-18-2015 01:52 PM
DarderSauce Not to bring this back from the dead, but this is what you can expect the horns to look like after ~3 years of MN winters:

I was planning on repainting the metal covers, but after seeing all the damage I think I'm going to replace them. Not sure if I want to go back to sickspeed or try another brand. Any suggestions?

05-03-2015 10:59 PM
HornetRacing66 I put 4 sick speed horns on a 87 Celica I used to was ridiculously loud lol
01-03-2013 06:30 AM
DarderSauce Ya I would have to agree with Mac on that one. Although I haven't heard the Supertones in person all I have to go off is youtube. But I can say from experience that these horns can freeze and still work.
01-02-2013 04:29 PM
mac.mogul I see a lot more negative reviews for the sickspeed horns than the hellas, but I think the main difference is the frequencies. Hella Supertones are pretty high pitched and some of the knock-off style horns are lower pitched.
01-02-2013 02:44 PM
ViperThreat Any difference between these and the Hella Supertones? They look almost identical.
01-02-2013 01:09 PM
Originally Posted by DarderSauce View Post
These horns sound quiter from inside the car than the stock horn did.... how does that work?
These horns are facing outward at the front of the vehicle. The factory horn is placed inside of the bumper/fender area and faces downward. The factory horn reverberates into the cabin while the front mounted horns project directly outward.

Great write-up btw. I'll definitely be using this.
10-24-2012 02:52 PM
PowerFocer I would like to note that you NEED TO MAKE SURE YOU GRAB THE RIGHT HARNESS! I was an idiot and was in a hurry whilst installing these horns and thinking I grabbed the correct harness I pulled it open and snipped the purple/green wire. Spliced it in and tried it....nothing. Just the stock horn. Took a closer look and it happened to be the harness next to the one leading to the horn; and guess what has the exact same wire...THE FRONT AIRBAG SENSOR. I patched it back together and found the correct wire/harness and got it all working right, but needless to say I was scared for my life when starting the car up. So FYI, don'e be me(an idiot) and take your time to make sure it's right. That way you don't have to make a post requiring lots of unnecessary capitalization.

09-26-2012 12:30 PM
Mumford well ill have no trouble with that ppl dont know how to drive around here any how lol...and its pb how there designed they project the sound forward and most of the sound you hear will be in front IMO i think this is how it works like a bull horn for example pretty much same thing no to loud from the back but hell loud enough up front lol
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