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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-11-2012, 05:33 PM
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Stebel makes a horn thats 139db , about $40 on ebay . I use one .

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His description of the different levels of the horn reminds me of ED209

You have 10 seconds to comply!

I like that you can still have the regular horn, and the high beam blinks, but I'd rather the air horn just stays on full blast. That tends to wake people up more than a honk-honk-honk which sounds like an alarm going off.

I have a Stebel as well, it got a little water in it and sounds like a duck quacking now.

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Hi guys,

Screaming Banshee™ here. I noticed some discussion about the Banshee Horn and thought i’d introduce myself and see if i could answer any general or technical questions.

We value your feedback and welcome any suggestions you may have for new products or improvements to our existing product line

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Stebel makes a horn thats 139db , about $40 on ebay . I use one .
Just to clarify, the Banshee Horn is much different than a Stebel. The major difference is in the fact that you can still use your normal stock horn with the stock horn button, but holding the horn button for a half a second blasts the Banshee Horn and flashes your high beams along with it.
There is also a setting for keeping the horn on without pulsing like you said Lonely Raven, so theres quite alot of diversity in it.

The latest is what were calling the Split Screamer. You can see it on our products page. Theres alot more versitility in where you can mount the Split Screamer because the horn and the compressor are seperated and connected with a tube. Many prefer the Split Screamer, and if you ask me it looks alot cooler too.
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While the setup in the link doesnt have all the bells and whistles here is a write up with pics on an install for the Stebel on a ZX10

Done back in 2006 I meant to but never got around to doing it. And it remotly mounted the compressor.

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Say, is it easy to link the Banshee into an alarm system?

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I have the Stebel on my Multi and its loud as hell... You should be able to hook it up to any alarm system as well. It's about $50 for the horn and another $20 for the electrical kit if you don't want to mess with wiring etc...
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It probably depends on how long the signal pulse from the alarm is, right?
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Damn I could of used this last night when some asshole pulled out in front of me and just kept going.

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