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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-25-2007, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Stebel Horn

LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUD !!!!!! Holy CRAP !!!!!!!
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Mine should be here today.

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Fergy ....wher ya gonna mount it? I put mine on the left side of the cowling....
just unscrewed the amber reflector from it....enlarged the hole and the rest is easy.
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It was on my patio when I got home. I just opened the box and gave it a gander. I haven't looked on the bike yet to see, but I'll consider your spot as potential. I'll let ya know.

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What does it sound like? regular car horn? Japanese car horn? submarine dive at general quarters? oooga? Where do I buy this little jewel?

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Turn it up ~ bring the noise!

Let's see photographs of these airhorns when they're mounted!

Then make an audio file available!

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There is an audio file on the BIKERHIGHWAY site where the horn is sold with necessary wiring included. There are photos of the horn mounted
on a Suzuki V-Strom on the BIKERHIGHWAY site.



Mounting instructions :

http://www.bikerhiway.com/installinf...stebelhorn.pdf

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I mounted my horn up front where the stock horn mounts.

Best way to describe the sound is that it's that of a semi - just not quite as deep of a sound - but about the same volume. It's very impressive.

Below are some crappy pictures. One of these days I'll take better pics.






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Thanks for the pic's. Mine is on order from BikerHighway with all the wireing.

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Just a note - with the kit from bikerhiway, it's possible you'd be able to wire the thing up with nothing else, but that'd require more creativity than I posess.
At a minumum you'll need extra wire so you can wire the relay direct to the battery. DONT try to use the accessory leads - you'll blow the 10A fuse in no time.

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