Horn Fell Off!

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  1. TonyG

    TonyG Noble Member

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    Went out for a ride today, thought I could hear a clonk now and again when braking to a stop. Got home and saw the horn bracket had snapped in 2, horn was hanging down and was hitting the mudguard when I braked. Mudguard is all scratched up and I've only just had it all resprayed in the summer. Bo**~%cks!
     
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  2. Cyborgbot

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    #2 Cyborgbot, Nov 25, 2021
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    Shouldn’t laugh.

    Sorry.

    How about replacing it with a Denali Soundbomb?

    I got the split one with the compressor hidden away.

    It’s brilliant - you too can be like Mr Toad from Wind in the Willows - PooP PooP…
     
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  3. Markus

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    I can support Cyborgbots idea! I´m using the Denali Sound Bomb Mini which needs no compressor. It also sounds great in comparison to the original "Roadrunner meep-meep sound".;)
     
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  4. DCS900

    DCS900 Careful, man! There’s a beverage here!
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    @TonyG - having an uncontrollable horn sounds dangerous, especially if it’s banging about and damaging your dirt catcher… you could have come off!!!
    Hope you come up with a solution soon.
     
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  5. Stramasher

    Stramasher Senior Member

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    I remember a riding buddy putting one of these on his SV650. Turned his Suzuki into sounding like a MACK truck.
     
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  6. TonyG

    TonyG Noble Member

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    I anticipated all your forthcoming sympathy regards my horn problem!

    Not sure what to replace it with, as you say the standard one is pathetic but the bike is a 2013 Bonneville so not sure a Denali will look right or even fit in the original position.

    Will probably cover all the scratches with a sticker.

    Cheers
     
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