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Stebel Magnum TM80/1 Electric Low Tone Horn- Chrome
Deafening sound!
These suckers are seriously LOUD!


 
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ElectroMagnetic Low Tone Horn in Chrome - TM80/1 Magnum

This horn may be small in size but don't let that fool you.....it is loud enough to convince other drivers that there's a large truck barreling down on them. Don't press the horn button in the garage, it hurts! At 136dB running at a low frequency tone of 400Hz, this little sucker will surprise you!

The TM80 Magnum is just slightly larger in trumpet size than the TM80 and gains 3dB, but operates at the same low 400/410Hz.

This electromagnetic horn is an easy swap for the OE tweeter that your vehicle may have, and requires no extra wiring, relay, etc.... simply unplug the old horn and plug this one in as its replacement.

We have provided the low tone version for one simple reason..... the human ear will more readily hear and take notice of lower frequencies..... think large and low truck/train horns..... they run at very low frequencies.



This is NOT a knock-off horn! This is a true STEBEL......... DON'T BE FOOLED BY IMITATIONS!



  • 1 pc Electromagnetic style horn in Chrome
  • Single tone sound at 410Hz and 136dB
  • Compact size for easy installation (4" x 3" x 2 1/2" tall) 3 amps at 12volts - Fits under most stock motorcycle covers or easily bolts into the stock replacement location.
  • Will work with any 12 volt system (car, truck, motorcycle, golf cart, RV, bus, Rhino, Gator, ATV, boat, Hi-Lo, ...)
  • ABS or Metallic ABS (Chrome)



Sold as a single horn.....
Clearance pricing!

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Average Rating: 2.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
Great Horn June 26, 2019
Reviewer: David Tomlinson from Guelph, ON Canada  
I installed the TM80 on my 2018 Indian Roadmaster.  The OEM horn was a meep meep horn and did not suit the bike.  The TM80 does not come with the same connector as the OEM horn so I had to cut the OEM connector off and crimp on connectors that mated with the TM80.  It was a relatively easy install with no relay to deal with, and fit well in the same spot as the OEM horn.  The TM80 is loud and draws attention.  Very good value.

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Horn does not work May 24, 2019
Reviewer: Dan1000RR from Edmonton, AB Canada  
When tested prior to installation on a known good motorcycle battery. Horn does not work. Initial "pop" then nothing.☹️

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Could be very good April 13, 2015
Reviewer: Frank Hilliard from Penticton, BC Canada  
I've received the horn in its original packaging but, curiously, the front and back don't snap together properly. They're held together by a bolt that doesn't quite mate the two sides. I still have to fit it to the bike, but this problem off the top surprised me

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