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Old 08-24-2022, 07:28 PM #16
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These police horns are pretty legit and considering installing one myself.
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On all of Facebook, there is not a single user with the name Manly Horn.

The closest I found was a person named Horn Manley.
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On all of Facebook, there is not a single user with the name Manly Horn.

The closest I found was a person named Horn Manley.
Yes he lives near Manly Beach near Sydney.
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I see these super loud horns as a way to express, or induce, road rage.
Or both.

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I can't even remember the last time I used my horn.

My Civic SI horn sounds like a little girl so I can at least understand the OP's sentiment.
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What I meant was Iím looking for a more deeper horn along the line of truck horn but one that is electric.
Just FYI - the horn relay on these trucks can be finicky and have been known to blow when people change the horn. When that relay goes, it tends to cause other electrical gremlins. There are a few threads on this forum of people tracking down some other electrical problem to an aftermarket horn.
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Just FYI - the horn relay on these trucks can be finicky and have been known to blow when people change the horn. When that relay goes, it tends to cause other electrical gremlins. There are a few threads on this forum of people tracking down some other electrical problem to an aftermarket horn.
Thanks Bladrik! This is why I asked if anyone had any personal experience with after market horn. Not only about finding a good horn but if they had any installations problems. Iíll look into this further.

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I've had this one for a couple of years now. Bought it because I'd been run off the road twice in one week and even laying on the puny factory horn, the other person seemed oblivious. I've got it hooked up to function with the horn button (steering wheel) and is even loud enough to get the attention of semis.
If you're light enough with your presses you can still give the soft(er) courtesy honk too.
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I replaced my stock horn with a 4 note from an old Cadillac, sounds little like a train and is nice and loud!
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I don't think I've ever honked my horn

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my OEM horn is plenty loud enough to get the one finger salute in return.
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I've had this one for a couple of years now. Bought it because I'd been run off the road twice in one week and even laying on the puny factory horn, the other person seemed oblivious. I've got it hooked up to function with the horn button (steering wheel) and is even loud enough to get the attention of semis.
If you're light enough with your presses you can still give the soft(er) courtesy honk too.
Thanks Jcrown7. I think this will fit the bill. I like the idea that you can still give a light tap but have a good horn when needed. I found this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdC9fBfW8BU&feature=youtu.be

By the way was this a plug and play or was some modification required.

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Has anyone found a good manly electric horn replacement for the 4Runner? What I mean by this is something more like a truck horn but is electric and plug and play. I’ve seen video online for such horns but I was wondering if anyone has any personal experience with upgrading their horns.

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If you are feeling inadequate in the horn department buy yourself some Nathen air chimes, nothing says get the F out of the way like they do.

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If you are feeling inadequate in the horn department buy yourself some Nathen air chimes, nothing says get the F out of the way like they do.
Yes those are definitely loud but Iím not looking to blast someone off the road with a train horn. Just want something more truck like.
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By the way was this a plug and play or was some modification required.

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All I had to do was cut the factory horn connector off, the one RIGHT at the horn, and put a female spade connector on to hook it up to the new relay. I've got it mounted sort of in the original location, in front of the condenser core.
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