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#1 Old 03-18-2008, 07:05 PM
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Question How to connect multiple sirens to my alarm ???

I need to connect a least 3 sirens to my alarm. 1 piezo siren (pain generator) inside the car, 1 under the hood and 1 wheaterproof siren under the rear bumper.. Somebody told me that putting so many sirens will lower the power on the sirens and they will be as loud as if it was only 1. I was thinking some relays..maybe ???? If you know, can you told me which and how many relays do I need and how to install them...

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Ohh right now I just have one in the engine bay and it's connected to a red wire coming from the alarm.

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I need to connect a least 3 sirens to my alarm
Why, nobody pays attention anyway.

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^haha true. But atleast you can hear it and know its your car. Get a siren with a backup battery, those tend to be louder.

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Youll Need to wire them to a 30 amp relay then youll have all the power you need.

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tano, i'll say parallel wire them, but then im not sure but y would you need three horns for your alarm?


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tano,but then im not sure but y would you need three horns for your alarm?
I'm taking the car to another country and down there nobody pays attention to the alarms, NOW if I get something loud and diferent tones (I know it will sound retarded) but a least it will turn some heads. That is why I want as many as possible and on different parts of the car. Next week I'm installing a Python 2 way alarm, so if I keep them busy with the sirens the 2 way will let me know and I can get there and catch them in the act and crack their head open with a baseball (I'm taking one too) ohhhhh yeaaaa you can do that down there, the law it's called "Don't fuck around w/me and don't come back"

I got one of those battery operate sirens, that one goes in the engine bay...
This sticker on the window



I know, I know, why in the heck would I want to move to a country like that ??? well...................let's just leave it there ....

Thanks guys for the info..I'll connect them and I'll use a 30amp relay like nukem678 said...

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and I can get there and catch them in the act and crack their head open with a baseball
Better take your Glock and hope you're gun is faster and bigger than their's. I'd just take a beater car that's not worth getting killed for - if any car is.

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Have you heard of Stebel Nautilus horn? It's pretty small and I think it's rated at 139dB. I found some on eBay for around $40-50 when I was interested in getting an extremely loud horn for the car. Not sure if you would want to go that route.

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Have you heard of Stebel Nautilus horn? It's pretty small and I think it's rated at 139dB. I found some on eBay for around $40-50 when I was interested in getting an extremely loud horn for the car. Not sure if you would want to go that route.

OT: What country are you visiting?
I'll check that horn out. I know that a Hella with a relay it's pretty loud. I'm moving to Argentina

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ur leaving to Argentina, damn thats far well man good luck with your horns and new place


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i have the stock alarm and the aftermarket one..it's better to get both installed i loved it when both came on..pretty loud
are you planning driving down there or shipping your car?
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1 piezo siren (pain generator) inside the car...
You can try an air horn kit under the dash. Those are pretty damn loud...
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For inside the car I know they also make pepper spray...So forget it, unless they have gas masks, those guys aren't going nowhere!!! Look it up

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i have the stock alarm and the aftermarket one..it's better to get both installed i loved it when both came on..pretty loud
are you planning driving down there or shipping your car?
It's going in a container with the rest of my stuff


I'll check about the pepper spray, but it will stink the interior

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buy all illegal car stuff thats worth the while and but it on the car once you get to argentina, that way when cops ever decide to chase you they can catch you





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