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    Sickspeed yellow horns mounted on WRX

    Was looking for horns in yellow and saw these...if anyone is looking for other colors or an alternative to Hella Horns, I would recommend the Sickspeed. Install took about 15 minutes, no extra brackets or relay needed and they are extremely loud. Would be happy to answer any questions.
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    Those look pretty cool with the yellow fog lights.
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    looks awesome.

    for anyone else that cant find the color they want, you can also just buy the horns in red & paint them whatever color :]

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    That^^ mine have been like 3 colors so far lol

    where did you order them from and price?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
    looks awesome.

    for anyone else that cant find the color they want, you can also just buy the horns in red & paint them whatever color :]
    Thanks, for the complements. That was my plan until I saw these for $32 on ebay. Used seller "jadjls" to answer your question Ruh Roh.

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    Post a vid of how they sound. Every one that I've seen, they still sound kinda "meep" compared to Hellas.
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    Let me know if it's not working, I'll try something else.


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    Damn that sounds pretty loud. Really tin-can sounding though which is something the Hellas aren't...but for a $32 budget horn that looks good, not a bad pick up!
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    How did you mount them? Does the horn itself have a bracket?
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    Yes, about a 4 inch bracket on each horn. One horn went in the place of the OEM horn and I mounted the other in a non threaded hole adjacent to that hole. I had to use a bolt, lock washer, and nut on that one. And the rest was just following the wiring diagram that came with the horns. Here is a reference picture so you get a better idea.
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    I assume you removed the bumper to get to the horn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Downshift_WRX View Post
    Let me know if it's not working, I'll try something else.

    C'mon... They aren't THAT loud that you needed ear muffs!

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    Lol, I was listening to the game from my computer via wireless headphones. Wasn't expecting to be on tv!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yes4idol View Post
    I assume you removed the bumper to get to the horn?
    Yes, I removed the bumper. There was a little bit of wiring involved, I just spliced off the OEM horn wires. Whole process took maybe 35 minutes.

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    Great. And the kit came with a wiring diagram correct? What additional wires and splice do I need? Im ready to place an order

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