MGF and MG TF Horns

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High note - identify by 2 terminals, reproduction of Lucas 9H windtone horn. 12 volt

MG MGB from September 1974 to June 1976 (Roadster from GHN5-360301 to GHN5-409140, GT from GHD5-361001 to GHD5-406357)
MGB V8 from G-D2D1-2101 (September 1974)

Triumph TR2, TR3, TR3A, TR3B, TR4 and TR4A (1953-67)
TR5/250 and TR6 (1968-76)
Spitfire MK3, MK4 and 1500 (1967-80)

Jaguar XK120, XK140 and XK150 (1948-61)
E-Type Series 1 and 2 (1961-70)
E-Type V12 Series 3 (1971-74)
XJ6 Series I, Series II with single fan to engine no. 8L14790 (USA, Canada and Japan) and 8L15223 (all other countries)
XJ12 Series I, Series II to engine no. 7P25000 (1973-75)

TVR Tasmin (1980-84)
280i (1980-87)
M-Series: 1600M, 2500M, 3000M, 3000M Turbo, 5000M, Taimar, Taimar Turbo (1972-80)

Sprite / Midget Sprite from HAN8-38829, Midget from GAN3-25788 to GAN5-153920 (1964-74)

Austin Healey BJ7 and BJ8 (1962-68) - also for all earlier models usable

Mini 1991-2000
£8.80 ex VAT£10.56 inc UK VAT
Quantity
33
High note - identify by 2 terminals, reproduction of Lucas 9H windtone horn. 12 volt

MG MGB from September 1974 to June 1976 (Roadster from GHN5-360301 to GHN5-409140, GT from GHD5-361001 to GHD5-406357)
MGB V8 from G-D2D1-2101 (September 1974)

Triumph TR2, TR3, TR3A, TR3B, TR4 and TR4A (1953-67)
TR5/250 and TR6 (1968-76)
Spitfire MK3, MK4 and 1500 (1967-80)

Jaguar XK120, XK140 and XK150 (1948-61)
E-Type Series 1 and 2 (1961-70)
E-Type V12 Series 3 (1971-74)
XJ6 Series I, Series II with single fan to engine no. 8L14790 (USA, Canada and Japan) and 8L15223 (all other countries)
XJ12 Series I, Series II to engine no. 7P25000 (1973-75)

TVR Tasmin (1980-84)
280i (1980-87)
M-Series: 1600M, 2500M, 3000M, 3000M Turbo, 5000M, Taimar, Taimar Turbo (1972-80)

Sprite / Midget Sprite from HAN8-38829, Midget from GAN3-25788 to GAN5-153920 (1964-74)

Austin Healey BJ7 and BJ8 (1962-68) - also for all earlier models usable

Mini 1991-2000
£8.80 ex VAT£10.56 inc UK VAT
Quantity
Pair of high note and low note horns - identify by 2 terminals, reproduction of Lucas 9H windtone horn. 12 volt

MG MGB from September 1974 to June 1976 (Roadster from GHN5-360301 to GHN5-409140, GT from GHD5-361001 to GHD5-406357)
MGB V8 from G-D2D1-2101 (September 1974)

Triumph TR2, TR3, TR3A, TR3B, TR4 and TR4A (1953-67)
TR5/250 and TR6 (1968-76)
Spitfire MK3, MK4 and 1500 (1967-80)
Stag

Jaguar XK120, XK140 and XK150 (1948-61)
E-Type Series 1 and 2 (1961-70)
E-Type V12 Series 3 (1971-74)
XJ6 Series I, Series II with single fan to engine no. 8L14790 (USA, Canada and Japan) and 8L15223 (all other countries)
XJ12 Series I, Series II to engine no. 7P25000 (1973-75)

TVR Tasmin (1980-84)
280i (1980-87)
M-Series: 1600M, 2500M, 3000M, 3000M Turbo, 5000M, Taimar, Taimar Turbo (1972-80)

Sprite / Midget Sprite from HAN8-38829, Midget from GAN3-25788 to GAN5-153920 (1964-74)

Austin Healey BJ7 and BJ8 (1962-68) - also for all earlier models usable

Mini 1991-2000
£15.75 ex VAT£18.90 inc UK VAT
Quantity
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£0.67 ex VAT£0.80 inc UK VAT
Quantity
34
Twin air horns suitable for most makes and models of 12V vehicles. 118 decibels. Fitting kit included. OE standard, E and CE approved.
Out of stock, expected soon. Add to cart and Back Order
£18.50 ex VAT£22.20 inc UK VAT
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MGF and MG TF Horns

Review: Louis Submitted: 15/07/2020

Overall5 out of 5 stars.

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Connector not the same as original.
Overall

Did this item work well with your project? What vehicle type are you using this for?

You have to cut the wires from the original connector or if you want to use the original connector : take off the original connector (drill out) from the old horn and solder it to the 2 connectors of the plastic one like I did.