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Want To Be Really Heard On Your Motorcycle? REALLY HEARD?

7
September
2012
  Posted at 02:00:00 PM
  File under  Funny Entertainment Video Feeds
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Travelling

Horns on motorcycles are pretty lame. Usually they sound like a duck with a severe flu. Third party horns are a plenty, one we have even tested (Screaming Banshee Open link in a new window). That was a 140 dB horn, and very useful with cars and trucks that can't really hear you over the noise inside their vehicle.

But you can go better. Much better if we look at what this person has accomplished (on a bicycle mind you). The only problem is that you'll need to sacrifice some space on your motorcycle.

Train Horn

Why?? Because we're talking about installing a real train horn...all 178 dB! The horn itself is enormous, but what do you think about the air compressor?

It does work though... have a look at the video. You'd think There's a train trying to come through. Now imagine this on your motorcycle, splitting lane and the SUV cuts across your path.....

Train Horn (57 seconds)

     
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Sometime ago we mentioned this Kickstart project involving the Banshee motorcycle horn. It was the idea of an enterprising person in the USA that wanted to make a proper and safe horn for motorcycles. Motorcycle horns are notorious for being lame; sounding like a duck with a severe cold.

The Banshee horn, when pressed normally, would still sound like a duck, but when pressed a bit longer, it would blow the socks off that truck driver moving into your lane because he is busy watching TV while sending a SMS to his girlfriend. The horn also will flash your high beams, so people will also know where the danger is coming from. Great idea.

Well, the good new is that the Kickstarter project got fully funded, and the horn is being manufactured and sold. To mark the occasion, Screaming Banshee LLC, the company founded for this horn, sent me a version of their horn to test out........

Click on the headline to continue reading this story.......


Via: ANWB Motor



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