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Old 12-23-2011, 06:37 PM
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Installed the Wolo Air Horn on my 09 Ultra today. FYI you can use the stock mounting bracket from the cowbell to install. Just enlarge the mounting hole for the Wolo bolt. No need to make another bracket. Looks stock with horn added.
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Don't forget to add the relay, or it want last long or want be very loud.
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Old 12-23-2011, 07:51 PM
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I did. Came with a plug play harness with relay and fuse. Nice and loud.
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Old 12-24-2011, 01:14 AM
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I just added the Stebel to my 2012 SG. I took the horn and compressor apart. I put the horn inside of the cow bell stock horn. I put the compressor behind the left side cover next to the fuse box. I use 1/4" fuel line to connect the horn and compressor. works great and looks stock.
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Glad to see so many owners upgrading their stock horns. This is a very important safety upgrade.
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Can you get the wolo under the stock cowbell cover?
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Old 12-24-2011, 11:25 AM
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Don't forget to add the relay, or it want last long or want be very loud.
Asking a DUMB DUMB question here...but....How do you add a Relay? Do you have any step by step pictures for a dumb dumb like me? I CAN do it, but don't know HOW to do it.
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Glad to see so many owners upgrading their stock horns. This is a very important safety upgrade.
Unless I've had my head up my butt I've never seen a thread on air horns yet until now. I've been thinking of getting one for a while but I'm unsure of exactly how loud they are. I can't count the number of times I've had to pile up on the binders or swerve aggressively cuz of the stupid moves others make. I leave tons of room between me and everyone else and I've still had to use my horn a lot and being that it's a stock horn I think if someone is listening to tunes even at a moderate level they wouldn't be able to hear me. So I totally agree on the importance of this safety upgrade.
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Asking a DUMB DUMB question here...but....How do you add a Relay? Do you have any step by step pictures for a dumb dumb like me? I CAN do it, but don't know HOW to do it.
The relay and wiring instructions come with it. I have a brand new black one for sale if somebody is looking for one. Mine doesnt have the chrome piece that mounts to the stock bolt like the pic in post #2.
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Old 12-24-2011, 02:43 PM
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I installed kuryaykns hidden air
horns on my 08HD Ultra they mount behind the right side saddle bag.You can keep your stock horn or remove it which I did and installed the lenale parade fan.And yes the air horns get your attention,scares people,they think its a big truck.
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