I changed my horn out for a wolo horn, not the Bad Boy air horn, just a louder electric dual one and it is much louder but it now sounds like every other car on the road. Not sure if that's bad or not but I am thinking about adding a switch to be able to use the stock horn during events.
I decided to remove the front end to work on the horn and It is a good way to go. The panels are pretty durable and you'd really have to be applying force to damage them. I did the removal in the yard, with some nice soft grass to keep from scratching the panels, and got some assistance for the removal/installation of the assembly. The fenders and front can all stay in one piece, not heavy, just bulky and a little floppy. I had to leave my antenna attached as it won't unscrew from the base, so I had to lift the front end over it. Took about an hour to remove it, mostly finding the clips and screws, and about 20 min to put back on. No scraped arms or cracked knuckles. Adding the wiring for the second horn was much easier as everything was wide open. Just sat down in front and wired.
If you go to the Wolo horn site, they have examples of their horns you can listen to.
WOLO MFG. CORP. VEHICLE HORNS, WARNING LIGHTS & ACCESSORIES