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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 10-16-2012, 05:00 PM
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Try screaming-banshee.They are $59.99 for chrome. But by the looks of it and the website this will not fit under the cow-bell. Screaming Banshee - Loud Motorcycle Horns and Safety Systems

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I've never taken the original horn off. Are most of these horns mentioned so far just fit in the same spot as the original? Or does it depend on which model?

I'd like to change out my tinny sounding horn too but I don't want to go through a lot of work or wiring to do it at this point. Laziness, I guess.
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I have the Bad Boy horn with the crome cover - looks great. I never understood why HD builds these beautiful bikes and has a horn that sounds like a '73 Gremlin?

The Wolo Bad Boy really makes some noise.


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I've never taken the original horn off. Are most of these horns mentioned so far just fit in the same spot as the original? Or does it depend on which model?

I'd like to change out my tinny sounding horn too but I don't want to go through a lot of work or wiring to do it at this point. Laziness, I guess.
FYI, swapping out the horn was super easy and took about 20 minutes...

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FYI, swapping out the horn was super easy and took about 20 minutes...
Sounds like something I'll be looking into in the near future! Thanks for the help. It's embarrassing when the kids in the neighborhood have louder horns on their bicycles than the stock horn on my bike

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Yeah, they have high note and low note models. I like the low note ones, good loud deep Harley sound.
Good Pro tip ! I did install the FIAMM low tone and it does fit well under the cow bell. IT IS fuggin loud !.....

Only one little problem ( if you're anal)...The wire connections are on the top of the horn, as opposed to, on the bottom like the oem horn so, At a certain angle you can see the wires just below the tank and above the cover.

When I get some spare time, I'll see if I can seperate the horn from the cone and spin it 180 deg.
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