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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-28-2019, 12:19 PM Thread Starter
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Wink Horny Baby..?

Greetings Lads & Lasses,

I just fitted a Denali horn to my bike. Seems fine, although it's a bit early to lay on it, so will give it a go when I'm out of town.

It was cheap as chips, so an easy upgrade.

Just wondering what everyone else is running for horns just in case I change my mind?

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Greetings Lads & Lasses,

I just fitted a Denali horn to my bike. Seems fine, although it's a bit early to lay on it, so will give it a go when I'm out of town.

It was cheap as chips, so an easy upgrade.

Just wondering what everyone else is running for horns just in case I change my mind?

Cheerio,

Roy
I have the same one and it definitely gets peoples attention, only thing I've noticed is it seems to draw a lot of power, It just clicks unless the bike is running.
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Was it simple to wire up and fit?
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Hi,

Yes, very simply but as mentioned I just got a 'bonk' at first but then it seems to work.

A very easy project.

I did pain the back as it didn't like how shiny it way.

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I’m using the Fiamm 72112 Freeway Blaster low note horn. Got it for $15. It’s a direct swap and works great with no problems when the bike isn’t running. I’ve been using Fiamm on all my bikes for years. I usually pair this with the high note horn (using relay) but there’s not a lot of space to hide a second horn on the bike (maybe the opposing right side). The Denali looks identical to the Fiamm.
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Running the Denali also. Haven't ever had a need to use it on the road and would prefer I don't. But, nice to know it's there to let someone know I'm here.
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So went out for a ride this morning and gave the horn a go out of town.

Quite please, deep and loud. So I will call that good..

May at some point make a nicer bracket but for now I'm pleased.

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Iím using the Fiamms as well. High and low, mounted opposite sides. No relay involved. The short time you blow the horn, I do not believe itís needed. Been on for all this year and probably only blew the horn 20 times just to say hi! No wiring issues.

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I’m using the Fiamms as well. High and low, mounted opposite sides. No relay involved. The short time you blow the horn, I do not believe it’s needed. Been on for all this year and probably only blew the horn 20 times just to say hi! No wiring issues.
No relay? Did you just wire them serially? It’s seriously loud with both - love it.
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No relay? Did you just wire them serially? Itís seriously loud with both - love it.
Parallel wiring. Yes, seriously loud. Like most of my past bikes.
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