Horn upgrade

  1. mmm def

    mmm def Senior Member

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    Don't you have to take the bumper off to access the horn?
     
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    mmm def

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    Not on the type r. Just the passenger fog grill.

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    Thanks - I thought I heard that an Accord horn will fit in there too - you're right, the OEM horn is a joke. I can barely hear it when I honk it.
     
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    are they plug and play with the original mounts and harness?
     
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    yep. you just need to turn the brackets on the new horns so they will both fit in there. Harness is the same. it can't get much easier than this really.
     
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    Nice Ive been looking for this!
     
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    Anyone install the dual horn plug n play upgrade from college hills honda yet ? I'm thinking about pulling the trigger.
     
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    Yes, I used the College Hill Honda PNP harness when I installed my Hella Supertone Horn kit and they work perfect, made for a EZ install!
    Here is some pics:

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    You have a link to the hella horns?
     
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