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TOPIC: Simple Horn Relocation

Re: Simple Horn Relocation 3 years 2 months ago #11

Nice clean easy mod, I like it :thumbsup: !

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Re: Simple Horn Relocation 3 years 2 months ago #12

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This is another thread that should be used in a Technical How To Mod Section !

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Yeah. It's right up there with the ice cooler air conditiong unit.
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Re: Simple Horn Relocation 3 years 2 months ago #13

Nice mod hanger it shows that radiator trim off alittle more as well. If my air horn ever dies out I'll remember to remount the stock one this way
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Re: Simple Horn Relocation 2 years 5 months ago #14

I never did see this thread..WTF!! Very easy to do and cleans it up NIce!

I'll be doing this soon..
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Re: Simple Horn Relocation 2 years 5 months ago #15

You know there is an even cleaner way of relocating the horn than this way,although it does require making up a little bracket and extending the wires a bit.
I placed mine beside the oil filter,behind the radiator under the engine (perfect size spot for it and
no loss of ground clearance) completely out of sight , you have to get your head under the bike to see it
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Re: Simple Horn Relocation 2 years 5 months ago #16

sounds interesting, but ....




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Re: Simple Horn Relocation 2 years 5 months ago #17

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Re: Simple Horn Relocation 2 years 5 months ago #18

Thank you for the Pics. Looks very good, i'll put that on my Winter List.

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Re: Simple Horn Relocation 2 years 5 months ago #19

On a Sidenote ....

You'd isolate the Connectors on the Horn. One of them carries switched Positive and the Place the connectors are now, is very exposed to Water. This will most likely end up in a blown Signal Fuse sooner or later. This will most likely take out the Blinkers too, so, it's a good Thing to have them Connectors shielded. Can be done with Plasti-Dip or a good electrical Tape.
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Re: Simple Horn Relocation 2 years 5 months ago #20

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Thank you for the Pics. Looks very good, i'll put that on my Winter List.

Thanks again

No problem , here is another one you could try over winter.
I used stainless steel hand railing tubing (forget which grade)sliced and expanded to be a tight fit over the exhaust and the OE heat shields also hold them tight and lock them into position
If your into tinkering with that sort of thing I could show you some other items that may interest you
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