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post #1 of 2 Old 11-21-2018, 05:11 AM Thread Starter
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Talking GSX S 1000 F Horn

To fix the horn and be able to hear it above 50 kms/hr (!!!) I have the large Suzuki tank bag already and bought the PIAA HO-12 kit.
Take a piece of wiring to connect the wire to the original horn and reroute it up the fork,under the handlebar and into the bag via a small hole (center of the rubber thing stuck on the front).Connect up and you have a beautiful sounding double horn!!!
The horns sit in the front of the bag.
Protect the new wiring with a length of Heatshield rubber.
This arrangement keeps the new plastic horns away from the hot engine!
BTW leave the original horn in place,it just sits there as useless as it was before!!!!

Suzuki test facility in Japan take note!!!!!

Have fun!!!
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The Denali Sound Bomb is even louder and the split version is an easy fit.

But remove the original horn, whats the point in carrying the extra weight!
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