Adding a louder horn to the BE-500 Scooter, any ideas?

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Adding a louder horn to the BE-500 Scooter, any ideas?

Has anyone had any success putting a louder horn on the Baja Motorsports BE-500 scooter? I find the stock one really weak. Any ideas?\-Ethan Tudor W.

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Re: Adding a louder horn to the BE-500 Scooter, any ideas?

The quickest way to add a louder horn to any bike is to get a gas horn (sometimes called a "freon horn") from a party supply store or bicycle shop. Attach it to your handlebar with a hose clamp or something similar from a hardware store. To use it, just press the button on top. WARNING! It's a mega-loud horn, much like a truck horn, so use it sparingly. It operates on compressed gas, so wiring or batteries are not involved.

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Re: Adding a louder horn to the BE-500 Scooter, any ideas?

The airzound bicycle horn is very effective, and has adjustable level.
http://www.deltacycle.com/Airzound-Bike-Horn and environmentally friendly

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Re: Adding a louder horn to the BE-500 Scooter, any ideas?

I worked out how to put a dixie horn on it under the cowel, air-comp. and all....now THATS loud! It's a lot of overkill, but fun all the same.

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