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Hi,

Last weekend I got this horns installed in V Star 1100:

Candle Power Electric Dual Horn Kit - Motorcycle Superstore

They worked really good and they are very loud. I placed them by the same area of the original horn, but these ones are bigger and they are two. They had about 2.5 inches distance from the fender in static, but it seems that the location and the distance from the fender is not enough because I damage/scratched the fender when the forks contract...

I’m trying to figure it out where to relocate my horns...

Any suggestions, pictures or ideas?

Thanks.

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This may not help any but you don't HAVE to use both horns. Just one will probably be louder than the original.
I have Stebel Magnum Motorcycle Horns - Electric Dual Tone - Chrome

http://www.bikerhiway.com/stebel-magnum-motorcycle-horns-electric-dual-tone-chrome-p-280.html?utm_campaign=frgl&utm_medium=frgl&utm_source=froogle

  • Can be Wired with any Motorcycle Make or Model
  • Produces a Loud 136 dB Sound
  • 2 Horns: 1 High-Tone and 1 Low-Tone
  • Sleek Chrome Finish
  • Compact Size
  • Includes 4 Mounting Brackets and a 30 Amp Relay
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty


I use both; because some people hear low tones easier than they do high tones, while other hear high tones easier than low tones.
 

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