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    Denali sound bomb
    on: Apr 15, 2019, 01.02 pm
    Apr 15, 2019, 01.02 pm
    Anyone have any luck installing the Sound Bomb ? Have one on my Tiger, and it's a huge improvement so I'd like to fit one on the TTSE. I'm also open to suggestions for any other upgraded horn that is super loud. Thanks !!

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    Re: Denali sound bomb
    Reply #1 on: Apr 15, 2019, 05.52 pm
    Apr 15, 2019, 05.52 pm
    There is almost no space in the area of the OEM horn to mount a decent horn due to the depth of most aftermarket horns. If you find a suitable location please share!
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    Re: Denali sound bomb
    Reply #2 on: Apr 15, 2019, 08.31 pm
    Apr 15, 2019, 08.31 pm
    I mounted Hella Sharptone horns where the OEM one is and on the other side of the bike in basically the same place. These are much louder than stock and continue to work after getting wet and despite the heat generated by the headers.



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    Re: Denali sound bomb
    Reply #3 on: Apr 16, 2019, 02.22 pm
    Apr 16, 2019, 02.22 pm
    I installed a FIAMM Low Tone Freeway Blaster horn in the OEM position, and although I had been very happy with that upgrade on several previous bikes, I have decided that the OEM horn placement is much too close to the ground, and much too protected by the bodywork to be effective. I plan to convert to the Denali Sound Bomb when I remove the bodywork for the 10,000 mile service. I am hoping that I will be able to find adequate space adjacent to one of the the fairing side vents.

    Based on current projections, that probably wonít be happening until this Autumn.
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    Re: Denali sound bomb
    Reply #4 on: Apr 16, 2019, 10.30 pm
    Apr 16, 2019, 10.30 pm
    *Originally Posted by AZBob [+]
    I mounted Hella Sharptone horns where the OEM one is and on the other side of the bike in basically the same place. These are much louder than stock and continue to work after getting wet and despite the heat generated by the headers.





    Hi, did you use the relay that is in the box with the horns, I just looked on EBay, UK price £26.00, I may upgrade mine at that price if they are louder.
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    Re: Denali sound bomb
    Reply #5 on: Apr 17, 2019, 07.56 pm
    Apr 17, 2019, 07.56 pm
    I did it much simpler:
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    Re: Denali sound bomb
    Reply #6 on: Apr 23, 2019, 07.50 pm
    Apr 23, 2019, 07.50 pm
    *Originally Posted by Wilko [+]
    Hi, did you use the relay that is in the box with the horns, I just looked on EBay, UK price £26.00, I may upgrade mine at that price if they are louder.

    No, I used a high quality Japanese micro relay because I wanted the relay somewhere I could get to it if I ever needed to change it, however, the relay included is fine. These horns are at least as loud as a standard automobile -- probably 50% louder actually.



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    Re: Denali sound bomb
    Reply #7 on: Jul 23, 2019, 12.41 am
    Jul 23, 2019, 12.41 am
    Now that my Trophy was dis-assembled for the 10,000 mile Service, I took the opportunity to upgrade the speakers to previously recommended Powerbass, and also converted to a Denali Air Horn and relay. It easily mounted on the LH side utilizing the OEM horn bracket. Itís freight train loud!  :005:

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