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WOLO horn J&P Cycle 360-102 02, $50, installed today

Amazing manufactures still dare to say, "installs in minutes with no special tools"... Of course 3 hours is "only" 180 minutes... a year is 525,600 unless its a leap year. Or, maybe I'm just s-l-o-w! It is indeed LOUD! It has to be 4 or 5 times louder than stock horn. When you compare them you will see the original is just the minimum required by law. What stopped me from installing sooner is I don't really like the looks of most horns. I will get the optional chrome cover for it. The left side seemed to be a better location, so I made a custom bracket as shown in the picture. It is upside down, So it looks like "OIOM"! Instructions really are only for wiring but they are clear. WARNING... the Vulcan factory horn wires will plug and play, but the sucker pulls about 10 to 15 amps and the horn button will turn to smoke eventually! So, wire in the relay that's included. No connectors or wire is included. Get an inline fuse holder with a 20 amp fuse for it. The relay mounts perfectly where the factory horn was bolted up and serves for the ground nicely. Sorry if there is already posts.
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Nice install. Just one thing. IIRC, in order to keep water and debris from getting into the horn, it is supposed to be mounted the other way - the open part of the plastic horn should be pointing down, so that any water drains.
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yeah getting water and rock ruins the sound of it


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