revlimiter Horn Buttons

It was only a matter of time.

It was only a matter of time.

This one has lived on my most-requested-product list for a long time. Horn buttons. Horn buttons that would match my badges to be specific. Tons of folks have asked me to make these.

I’m a huge steering wheel enthusiast. I have nine currently if you count the two that are actually in the Miatas right now.

IF was never the question, it was just WHEN.

revlimiter Horn Buttons

revlimiter Horn Buttons

I’m extremely proud to present the initial offering of revlimiter Horn Buttons!

It took quite a while to source a horn button that didn’t suck. I tried a lot of different brands. I stopped counting toward the end, but I think I tried buttons from more than 10 manufacturers.

The cheap ones that you find on the auction sites really are not wonderful to press. Either they feel soggy or there’s barely any motion between horn-off and horn-on. And the plastic feels cheap. And they are rarely “round.”

The horn buttons I’m using are made in Italy. They’re extremely high quality and are wonderful to press. I’ve been using one for a bit over a month. It has worked great.

Horn terminals

Horn terminals

Works on Momo

Works on Momo

And on Nardi.

And on Nardi.

The button features a dual ground setup. It can ground through the steering column like most Momo buttons do, or you can plug a dedicated ground wire into the terminal on the side. The center terminal is the horn signal wire.

The same horn button can be used on quite a few wheels. I’ve tried it on MOMO, Sparco, and Nardi. It fits them all. Momo fitment requires removing the silver horn retaining ring that fits between the hub and wheel. To fit the button on a Nardi, you need to install the Nardi-spec horn retainer ring.

But enough about the button. Here’s some pretty pix.

Version Elanore.

Version Elanore.

Type V

Type V

Prototipo

Prototipo

Type MS

Type MS

The buttons are up in my store right now. Initial sale price is $49 USD each plus shipping. That’s on the level of most mass-market horn buttons (not made in China) and leaves a bit of profit margin. Not bad for a bespoke, hand made product.

I hope folks enjoy these and they sell well. However, even if they’re a flop, I get to make any horn button I want for my own collection. That was pretty much the goal of this project all along.

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  • GT-Alex says:

    You shouldn’t have put the word “flop” in that article, I think they’re more likely to become a hit. It’s like the missing link in your various badges line. And they look awesome !

  • revlimiter says:

    Thanks Alex! I’m definitely enjoying mine.

    As for “flop” I never know what will be popular and what won’t be. Every time I think I have a winner it usually turns out not to be. And the forgettable things? They seem to be the ones that everyone loves. sigh.

  • JerryLH3 says:

    Well, you’ve received one order. Been needing something like this for a while! I’m restoring a 1991 Mazda RX-7 Turbo and have a Momo Monte Carlo. I didn’t like the Momo button though. I’d known about your site and had even thought about contacting you to do a one off (I’d ordered a blank horn button on eBay), but now this is perfect. Keep up the fantastic work – your site makes me want to own a Miata!

  • Zandr says:

    Yessss! Just about to order a blue Prototipo.

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  • Brad says:

    Adam, will custom design requests be an option? If so, I don’t see how these wouldn’t go over extremely well.

  • OnePaintedMan says:

    I’ve been waiting for you to start making horn buttons. As soon as I have a job (quit my last one!), one of these will be the first thing I will be ordering!

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