Howard’s Hog Horns – The Dynamic Duo Horn
When loud pipes aren’t enough to alert distracted drivers, you might need to get a louder horn. We know that every motorcycle should have a horn mounted somewhere on the bike. However, most of the time, the horn is small and is tucked away from the front of the bike so it’s hard to hear, or the bike may not have one at all. To keep your bike to DOT standards, a horn is required but its size doesn’t matter too much (one of the few exceptions). In fact, in some states, a motorcycle horn only needs to be a mere 75dB; you might as well grab the one off your kid’s bicycle.
Howard’s Hog Horns Dynamic Duo Horn features an onboard air compressor and two large trumpets that push out around 115dB. The company makes a few different styles to pick from and a bracket to fit almost every H-D bike out there. We wanted to see how easy it was to install one of Howard’s Horns and how it would look and sound on a bike. We also wanted to see if there was a big gain in sound and maybe scare the crap out of someone on his or her cell phone while driving.