Make it louder.

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  1. Alpal

    Alpal Gold Member
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    Yes, they ring a bell from the alternative universe. Ronnie mounted Stebels and someone else mounted the Buffalo air horns. If I'm remembering this right they got an electrical shop to fit them, not to the crash bar but to the left side of the motor and man it was a beautiful job. It was remembering that great fit that gave me the clues on fitting both of mine to the left,:oops:, once I realised I had two horns that is,.....o_O
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    I hardly ever use the horn on my scout but just the other day I did and was almost embarrassed by the squeek it made. So today I fitted a low pitch 90mm car horn to the right side of the bike behind the clutch, leaving the OEM horn in place on the left, and piggybacked the wires from there to the new horn. I may put a relay in later but for the moment it works well enough and I figure that since it would only be used in short bursts it will probably be fine. The combination of the high pitched OEM horn and the new low pitched car horn is brilliant.
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