128 Decibels Of Attitude.

You care or you don’t care having a horn on your motorcycle. Me I don’t care because I solely rely on my judgment and on the noise of my pipes. You know what I mean. If I have absolutely to install one on a ground up bike that I am building, I install a mini horn & cover. But for those wanting to have the 128 decibels attitude to ask everybody half mile ahead to get out of your way, there is the Dual trumpet Horn offered by Metal Arts Inc. It features a new compact air compressor integrated under a chrome plated ribbed cover and doesn’t require hoses and wires to run & hide. Just a 10 minutes installation. Metal Arts Inc.     



3 Responses to “128 Decibels Of Attitude.”

  1. 1 emily May 28th, 2007 at 10:37 pm

    Comeon Cyril loud pipes cause deafness even with ear plugs.
    I have constant ringing in ears they call it tintinitus.
    I will opt for the cool horns.
    Also how about some info on where to get exhaust pipe pre bent pieces and the bung end to fit evo motor to custom make exhaust and also the connecting rings to weld the pieces together.

  2. 2 Tom Bradley May 29th, 2007 at 10:08 am

    128 decibels of horn can also damage your ears. Don’t you think?

  3. 3 Nicker May 29th, 2007 at 4:23 pm

    As i get older i’ve become more sensitive to noise.

    However, even a distracted drive will wake-up to a loud pipe.

    These days i prefer to ride with less pipe and more paranoia.

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