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    Re: Replacement Horn

    Quote Originally Posted by Halal Tim View Post
    Dont worry about 2018 electrics. Mine came with a relay, and full instructions. Very easy job. Hardest part will be finding a mounting point. And as for 20 amps, its not a continuous draw. Its only on when you press horn button.
    OK, could be worth a go. If you have a sporty where have you mounted yours, things are a bit tight on a super low but if you tell me where yours is I can have a look and a measure

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    Re: Replacement Horn

    Sorry, mines on a street glide. Used original mounting point.
    You could use the down tube on frame.

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    Re: Replacement Horn

    Quote Originally Posted by Halal Tim View Post
    Sorry, mines on a street glide. Used original mounting point.
    You could use the down tube on frame.
    No space on a super low sporty, everything is too close to the two down tubes. I think I have got to find something small. I did fancy some air horns to fit to the crash bar, but nowhere to mount the compressor. ??

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    Re: Replacement Horn

    i have a wolo badboy on my 1200R 2005. i brought a Denali horn wiring kit to fit. saves fooking about. i only had the choke on the left side of the engine i brought the harley side mount choke attachment which moves the choke to an off centre position on the original between cylinder mount. costs peanut, surprisingly. that leaves the center (where the choke was) to attach a horn.
    you will need a bracket to lower the horn as there's no room below the tank unless you use a bracket to lower the horn.
    Fortunately id just removed the chrome horn bracket from the road king (to fit an air horn with its own bracket) and that was perfect for the wolo bad boy. It's the chrome plate that the touring cow bell horn is directly attached too. Perfect height and position. you can also fit the ome horn rubber mount to isolate the new horn from the engine vibes.
    If you havent a touring horn mount they are really expensive from HD for a small bit of chrome pressed tin, you will prob have to make one up.
    N.B there was just! enough room under the front of the seat to squeeze the compressor in amongst the wires (just).
    Last edited by howo; 04-05-2019 at 03:37 PM.
    OMG it started !!!!!

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    Re: Replacement Horn

    Thanks, that’s helpful

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