Hey guys, thought I'd share a small clip of the Horn Upgrade I did using the Denali Mini. Took maybe 5 minutes to switch out.
That could be a solid option I'm sure. The Denali mini was a great option for the price. $29.99 on Revzilla. Didn't have to modify anything for the install either besides rotating both wires inward towards each other for an easier install. I'll throw a little electrical tape on the connects for a little extra water resistance and be done.I am considering that one, still looking to get the duals working, it's a huge difference...trying to make it an easy swap...
I hear ya. Actually, I think I saw someone install the 2 piece dual tone Denali beneath each of the front cowls. Was a decently extensive install since mounting took some imagination. But the results were an awesome sound and it was completely hidden.It's been the go-to replacement for sportbikes for years because of the size and fit. I'm just not a fan of the results, it's different but not a head turner like a dual tone.
I haven't done it, but I am tempted to shoe horn it above the transmission, clutch side. Of course I don't have it on my hands to try it.so has someone installed two denali soundbomb? how load is it compared to one soundbomb and compared to the stock meep horn? and how does it look? where did you guys mount it? i'm thinking about doing the two soundbombs setup?
I had a nautilus on my last bike - as you said very loud - but I couldn't keep it working long term - tried all sorts of stuff but over 1000's of miles it would just get 'shit' in the compressor and stop working.I have a stebel nautilus I've been trying to figure a mounting spot for. Loud as shit, but really bulky.
good to know to stay away from compressor type horns.I had a nautilus on my last bike - as you said very loud - but I couldn't keep it working long term - tried all sorts of stuff but over 1000's of miles it would just get 'shit' in the compressor and stop working.