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Question Horn...!

Horn is stacked and not working like before...! I did manual adjustment but it didn,t work for me.?

Any repair solution or should i go fora new one.?

Suggestions please.
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i got a pair that work fine off of my 86 vulc

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i got a pair that work fine off of my 86 vulc
What, you don't want Black Betty going "Bam-a-lam" down the road?

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What, you don't want Black Betty going "Bam-a-lam" down the road?
well first off its bam-ba-lam and secondly if you remember correctly i had bought a donor bike and when i changed the front end o left the horns on the tree

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well first off its bam-ba-lam and secondly if you remember correctly i had bought a donor bike and when i changed the front end o left the horns on the tree
Nuh uh, the first instance is bam-a-lam.http://www.metrolyrics.com/black-bet...s-ram-jam.html

Ah to the second part.

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Horn is stacked and not working like before...! I did manual adjustment but it didn,t work for me.?

Any repair solution or should i go fora new one.?

Suggestions please.
What manual adjustment did you do?
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I laid mine down flat and sprayed the insides with WD40...worked after that...but honestly, Im gonna get a 70's Chevy horn and mount it up...stock Kawi sounds like a wounded wild turkey....



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.but honestly, Im gonna get a 70's Chevy horn and mount it up...stock Kawi sounds like a wounded wild turkey....
wait till after thanksgiving gobble gobble

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What manual adjustment did you do?
I had the same question but I couldn't understand what was meant by, "Horn is stacked........

I have not heard of stock horns being adjustable but if they are it would be a good thing to know about.

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I had the same question but I couldn't understand what was meant by, "Horn is stacked........

I have not heard of stock horns being adjustable but if they are it would be a good thing to know about.
I'm curious also.

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