Marine Horn Suggestions 320 DA

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Aaronpav2001, Oct 12, 2017 at 9:12 AM.

  1. Aaronpav2001

    Aaronpav2001 Member

    Mar 5, 2017
    Lake Norman
    2002 320 Sundancer "Jela-Sea"
    Merc 350 MPI V-drives
    I am looking to upgrade my horn on my 2002 320 DA. Right now I have the factory horn and to say the least it's ineffective and embarrassing. I am looking to upgrade to a single or dual trumpet style air horn. Does anyone have any suggestions on models with links to purchase? Ideally I would like to put on top of the radar arch but feel installation with the compressor may be difficult and expensive? Has anyone done this? If it proves to be too difficult and expensive I will probably mount on the bow and place the compressor in the anchor line box. Any pics and links to purchase would be very much appreciated. Stay safe and thank you!
  2. quality time

    quality time Active Member

    Oct 30, 2007
    Upper Chesapeake Bay
    2003 480DB and Kencraft 190 CC
    I just purchased a Marinco/AFI model 10122 for under $300 for the exact same reason. This model is a white epoxy coated dual trumpet that will go on my hardtop. I plan on putting the compressor in my electronics box but won't get around to doing the install until winter.
  3. Alegria

    Alegria Active Member

    Feb 21, 2009
    Lancaster,PA Boat: -Sue Creek, Middle River, MD
    2000 410 DA
    3126 CAT
  4. Siboatguy

    Siboatguy Member

    Mar 28, 2016
    320 Sea Ray Sundancer
    Twins V-Drives
    2017 5.7 Mercruisers
    i was thinking about the same thing.. But i feel if i put it on the wing... Might be to loud for us... And really hate drilling holes in our boat... I'm thinking on the side
  5. Creekwood

    Creekwood Active Member GOLD Sponsor

    Apr 26, 2009
    Oakville and Georgian Bay, Ontario
    '97 330 Sundancer
    2X 454 w/ vDrives
    I installed a white epoxy coated stainless Ongaro dual trumpet electric set on my arch. It's almost as loud as air horns and simpler to wire. I used an automotive horn relay to wire using the existing horn circuit for activation, but heavier wiring to the horn itself. Vastly louder.

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