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Ideal where mounting space is limited. Chrome-plated. Kit includes 12 volt relay, brackets and mounting hardware. 115dB, twice as loud as most O.E. horns.
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Over all, for the price, ...
Comments about CandlePower Electric Horn Kit:
Over all, for the price, these are a good set of horns. Not as loud as I was hoping for. Clean and good looking set. Very easy to install after I figured out where to put them. No instructions on wiring to relay were included, but a little web surfing helped to firgure that part out. No wiring loom was included so I had to create my own.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great sound, good fit
from Champaign, IL
Received my horn kit in a week, all good. Proved to be a fairly easy install on my '84 Honda Magna 700. The sound is great - two tones and a lot louder than friend's stock horns. I had to slightly modify the mounting tabs (drill a hole to match the stabilizing tab on the motorcycle) but then they just bolted on and the bike's stock wiring fired them right up. Too bad they aren't chrome all over, though, as the black sides had to go forward on my mount. Still looks fine, and I love the sound.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
well worth the money
By Tall Rider
from East Texas
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No instructions in packaging on how to connect the Relay and (2) horns up to bike. After a little searching on the web I was able to find a nice, very descriptive site that showed me exactly how to wire things up. Still after that this is a nice set of horns.
Took a few days to figure out how to mount these horns on my Honda ST1100. Finally wound up mounting them on a cross member I installed behind the headlight assembly. They are not as loud as I expected primarily due to the fact that they are pretty much hidden behind the fairing. But they sure are a heck of a lot louder then the stock horn.
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