Named after the famous hand symbol for peace it resembles, our Spocker Air Horn is anything but peaceful. Sporting dual chrome bells mounted with a pre-installed valve, our Spocker Air Horn is small in stature but enormous in sound! As high pitched as it is loud, the Spocker Air Horn will have those around you feel like they were just the victim of a Vulcan Mind Meld.
**Requires 1/4" OD Air line.**
***PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A STAND-ALONE HORN ONLY. IT REQUIRES AN AIR SYSTEM FOR COMPLETION. PLEASE SEE OUR COMPLETE KITS IF YOU REQUIRE EVERYTHING TO GET STARTED***
This product produces extreme loudness. Proper hearing protection must be worn at all times during its operation. Hearing loss or permanent damage may result from unsafe use. Use this product in a safe and responsible manner and at a distance of at least 100 meters from others. Never operate this product in a closed environment, in close proximity to living beings, or where prohibited by law.
This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.
I’ve been trying to replace my stock Harley horn for a long time, and when I found The Spocker, I fell in love. It took me a while to make a prettier mount, but it’s all done now, and it is overwhelmingly loud. I have to experiment with the regulator to try and bring it down a few notches. Honestly, sometimes I am afraid to blow the horn. It is SO loud. Like “might create medical conditions” loud. I’d like a deeper note, but I’m limited on trumpet size. What it lacks in low tone, it more than makes up for in “loud”. Did I mention it was loud? …and much prettier than that ****** stock cowbell thing.
This is a first impression review. I'm going to try and get some pictures up and update it as I get more real world usage of this little guy. Ever looked at something and thought to yourself. What.. a joke?? That was me and the Shop who installed this for me thought at first. Walmart Horn to be exact is what was told to me as I was clowned and ask are you sure...? So we hook this horn up to an air source. The shop tec without warning us gives it a blast at 150psi. Big mistake.. When they say sonic Assault or enormous sound... They ain't kidding around. The Spocker let out a high pitched wail that sent me and most of the people around ducking for cover and holding our ears. I was less than 3 feet away and my right ear rang for hours after. The Tec was like, Darn.. That thing is loud...! Needless to say nobody clowned this horn after. The horn doesn't sound cheap either it's very high pitched though which might not be for everyone. Nice dual High tones. I suggest pairing it with something meatier and using this guy as a secondary fun horn. As this thing is loud enough to get you in trouble for sure, plus it's high tone will stick out in the crowd. Compliments my Shockers and other horns very well. Nobody that's been blasted by this horn failed to jump or comment how insanely loud this is for how small it is it's not much bigger than an average joes hand spread out. On first impression I feel this horn is underrated they list it at 139 DB on eBay but I feel it's definitely louder. I Also have a Tug 37 and a Shart Horn and this little guy seems a bit louder than both of those nobody really argues that's heard my set up before. It could be an illusion due to how high pitched the horn is Who knows. Definitely Louder than the average Dump truck or commercial vehicle horn maybe... not Firetrucks as especially with dual horns are exceptionally loud. I look forward to testing this bad boy out a bit more and letting you all know what's good. I am very impressed so far. But what is more impressive is the customer service here at Hornblasters. Alex you are the man bro! Guy definitely goes above and beyond to help his customers and knows.. his craft. Very patient to. Thank you! Keep that up! Happy Honking !
Shipped quick, sound great, and best of all great deal
People wake up from whatever there doing and pay attention to the road when you blow the horn