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Old 09-30-2017, 02:39 PM   #3
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You might consider adding another horn with a different pitch. I'm not certain what the pitch of your horn is. On my LS1 it's an "A" (A 440, for the musically inclined). AC Delco used to provide a two lower pitches, "D" & "F", and one higher, "C." The higher pitch will give you more "bang for your buck" because higher pitches cut through other sounds around them more easily. Their products may be easier to install since the wiring connectors are usually included. It should require relatively little effort to adapt them into the system.

You would need to contact someone at AC Delco to help you with the pitch selection you'd prefer. In order to determine which pitch is on your VUE (if you have no musical background) use YouTube and search for a D, F, A, or C pitch and compare it with the sound your horn is making.

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