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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 11-22-2011, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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I want to relocate Horns

I want to relocate my Horns. Any ideas and pictures are much appreciated.
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One relocation is to the side covers that have the amber reflectors. They are relacated to where the rectanguler reflector are.

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How about from the front of your head to the back? Then no one will know you're a demon right away...
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How about from the front of your head to the back? Then no one will know you're a demon right away...
LP....where is this attitude coming from? lol

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How about from the front of your head to the back? Then no one will know you're a demon right away...
Never see him coming anyway!!BTW you are a nut!!

Back to the question though, if you have done an ear shave ,you can hide them in the area under the tank where the air box was.




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Thanks for the info and the funny reply.
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Here is a link to some pretty poor quality pictures from a few years ago. They were taken in the shade with a cell phone camera, so they don't show much detail, but you can kind of see where the horns are at, and what I did in front where the horns/Kawasaki emblem used to be.

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Best move is to trash the stock horns and get a louder set. There are several options here... Guy down the street installed an airhorn on his 1500. "loud" is an understatement... The thing would wake the dead.

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The Stebel Nautilus compact airhorn has been recommended by many riders.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...3&sr=1-2-spell

I find the Stebel`s tone too high pitched by itself and would add a Fiamm Low tone horn too it.

I have a pair of Fiamm HI/LOW tone Highway Blasters that I am mounting in front where Ma Kaw had the stock roadrunner "beep, beep" horns. I don`t mind the look of the horns in front, and want the sound projected where it will do the most good!

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