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Just curious guys... I bought a WOLO horn for my sporty, to help in further annoying people. Instructions say to make sure there's a 10 amp fuse in the horn circuit "to prevent damage to the vehicle." Does such a fuse exist in the horn circuit? I bet alot of you tech guys could answer that question relatively quickly. :) I'd check the manual myself to see if there's a schematic, but i'm not too awesome at reading schematics.
 

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You should be OK, the horn circuit, on a Sportster is the assc. circuit, which is a 15 amp fuse. As long as the horn switch is heavy enough for you horn, no problem.
 

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You should be ok but you might still want to add an inline fuse to be safe.
 

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Really no reason for an inline fuse. The manufacturer is only concerned about the fuse being large enough. The 15 amp protects the wiring, and that's what is important.
 

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Bummer. Damn thing didn't fit between the frame. ARGH! Oh well... back to JP Cycles it goes!
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