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Old 10-25-2009, 05:40 PM
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Whats a good replacement horn that will under the stock bell That very loud?

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Old 10-25-2009, 06:21 PM
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I used a pair of Blaster horns from NAPA, one high tone and one low tone 106DB per unit. I put on under the stock horn cover and the other under the left side cover under the seat.
It sounds just like a big old Buick now, really wakes people up!
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My son installed the WOLO air horn on his RK. I will not fit under the bell
but you can buy it in chrome (plastic). I would say it is as loud as my
Harley air horns..Google WOLO air horns. I was going to buy one at Harbor
Fraight, but they went off sale and the 2 horns with the compressor separate
was on sale. They clame to have 120 DB rating........Tenn.Vol.
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it won't fit under the stock cover but the Mini-beast comes with it's own covers and is extremely loud and easy to install
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I have the Rivco air horn. It was easy to install and is much louder than stock. Louder is better in when it comes to horns.
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Goto NAPA and get their PN 730-1058; $30, fits under cow bell.
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