Comparing bunch of after-market horns - NOW W/ VIDEO
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2018 GTS 300. Montebianco
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Wed Jan 15, 2020 1:10 pm quote
Jim in NZ wrote:
To Fencing Fan, I don't think it's quite "plug and play", so your cat can relax again.
Cheers. Jim.
Thanks Jim, I appreciate the info. I was just thinking about horns again, so good that I checked. Might get one for the VStrom, however. But a better horn for the GTS is critical. Mind you, since Vancouver just got 20cm/ 8" of snow, the horn issue is less pressing. We don't get much snow, so, naturally, the city is in chaos. Hope it disappears quickly, as the motorcycle show is next weekend and I want to ride.
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2008 MP3 400
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Wed Jan 15, 2020 1:40 pm quote
Nice!

I've upgraded to this on another bike and it was amazingly loud as hell for the size. It was plug and play.


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bv350, Brutale 910
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Location: LA CA
Wed Jan 15, 2020 1:50 pm quote
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nice find. I wonder if it's any louder than the FIAMMs I have sitting in the tool case? Or the comparably priced/shaped horns from Harbor Freight?

OP's original post listed a $50/pair of horns as the winner. That's worth more than the entire year of $ I spend on gas for 1 of my other bikes...
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