Do you use "sign language" like me?Rick Tinley Park said:I don't think I have beeped a car horn in over a decade!
If you find a horn that can say that, please let me know. I would buy one!!jdigiant said:Do you use "sign language" like me?
Actually, I beeped my horn in a rented Sebring pretty good as the lifted pickup in front of me threw it into reverse and parked his rig on my hood... The SKY should have a loud note to be able to scream, "Hey, A**h***! I'm OVER HERE! This space is OCCUPIED!"
Hey, it can say "get the hell out of my way too" It is all about hitting the proper number of horn bursts...:lol: :lol: :lol: This is Atlanta, drive car to work, speak "horn"....MyMidnightSky said:If you find a horn that can say that, please let me know. I would buy one!!
Chicago is close enough -- beeping the horn does nothing anyway -- so why bother. I drive and anticipate the A-holes better to watch and drive than make noise. But most of my driving is on suburban roads anyway.SKYtime said:Haven't been to New York City, have you?
I am the one who initially posted this and have horn in my Sky. It fits very nicely under the fender support on the passenger side. Actually, I used the support to mount the horn to. I jumpered the OEM horn (so both actually work together) to the relay and the hot off the battery. It all fits neatly, and gives the little car a BIG sound. I will try to get some pictures of it to post.richm said: