Anyone looked at putting a Fiamm horn on a Giulia?
Yea, it's just the stock wire is always a nice starting point. Appreciate the install advise.Joe,
Do you know where the OEM horns are located in Giulia so AlfaCrisis can make an assessment of his car?
These horns don't have to be mounted in the OEM location and the various parts can be mounted apart from each other. Giulia 2.0T has some "open space" behind the radiator, particularly to either side of same. I think the QV engine bay has much less space available. IIRC, these horns should be pointed down in order to avoid getting water inside of the trumpet. the trumpets are light and can be mounted to almost anything, but the compressor is like a solid block of iron and has to be mounted to something very solid.
Please keep us all posted (with photo journal?) if you decide to go forward with this project.
Thanks Mac, I knew you'd know!The OE horns are under the headlights, on both sides.
I know someone recently posted a picture of a QV with the front fascia removed. Removing the front bumper is not recommended unless making accident repairs.OK, I located the horn and the reality is that without removing the front bumper to get a good look, it's not clear there is room for the horns and compressor. Has anyone removed the front bumper on a Giulia (base or Ti) yet, and if so, how was it and do you have pictures?
Yea, I ment fascia, not the actual bumper...I know someone recently posted a picture of a QV with the front fascia removed. Removing the front bumper is not recommended unless making accident repairs.
I see that Eurocompulsion has made the smart decision to put the air filter for their high performance intake in the open area to the right (starboard) of the radiator, so that might not be a good place to put the horn, at least unless you want to point the air horns at the air filter and hope that it can give the turbo a little help. :grin2: