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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-19-2009, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
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Trying to find horn replacement for present 2005 750 vulcan. I have made the horn loader by adjusting the screws but it still is not what I want. I'm trying to find a horn that will fit in present horn location but unable. Have seen several loader 139 db horns but requires additional wiring. Any ideas would be helpfull, trying to keep as close to original as possible

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They just posted the link to a PnP horn kit in another "Horn" thread




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Trying to find horn replacement for present 2005 750 vulcan. I have made the horn loader by adjusting the screws but it still is not what I want. I'm trying to find a horn that will fit in present horn location but unable. Have seen several loader 139 db horns but requires additional wiring. Any ideas would be helpfull, trying to keep as close to original as possible

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Here is a link for the horn thread I started, you can buy the horns without the relay for $26.08.


https://www.vn750.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9512


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Just rember the horn will only be as loud as the avalable power it can get so better wiring will help if you put on bigger horns. Not hard you can use the stock wiring as your trigger and a relay to run the power to the new horns

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Just rember the horn will only be as loud as the avalable power it can get so better wiring will help if you put on bigger horns. Not hard you can use the stock wiring as your trigger and a relay to run the power to the new horns
Chad is correct, for these horns to be at their peak you will have to run a seperate circut w/relay. The fiamm horns will fit in the stock mount by removing the metal inserts. You can paint them black or chrome if you prefer. They are alot louder than stock with the factory wires.


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LEATHER TOOL AND ROLL BAG
PICKUP COILS GAPPED AT .018"
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