bike horn, rechargeable or dipsosable battery

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  1. ragdolldude

    ragdolldude Member

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    I'm going to pick up a new build shortly from an AZ builder. I've been trying to find a horn that sounds similar to a car horn, not a bird or a electronic buzzer or a Star Wars sound effect, etc. I want a sound that is like a car horn to attract the attention car drivers that may be driving too close, etc. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Davebrnotbrnot
     
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    Agreen New Member

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    Grab a 12v SLA battery and a car horn from a junk yard.
     
  3. Dave31

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    I've had a Airzound for many years now. Do not use it as much as I used to but I do like it. Nice and loud, you get plenty of honks before the air runs out. Quick fill with compressed air and you are ready to go.

    Here is a link https://deltacycle.com/airzound-horn I'd do a little searching online you can find them cheaper then the link above.
     
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    I have this one running turn and brake lights. It will power up a small 20watt halogen. Got it off amazon, fits in a small tool bag on the seat tube.
     
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  5. ragdolldude

    ragdolldude Member

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    Link to battery?
     
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    I'm on phone only. Amazon type fashion outlet battery
     
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    Rating or size of this battery. Seems there are at least 3 different batteries that appear like your photo.
     
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    I got the 6800 mah one.
     
  9. ZipTie

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    Scratchbuilder how often do you need to recharge it for all your lights?
    Zip
     

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