DENALI SoundBomb Compact Dual-Tone Motorcycle Air Horn

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Description

LOUD! Stylish! Rugged!

Producing an earsplitting 120 decibels of sound the SoundBomb is 4 times louder than a standard motorcycle horn! The Denali™ SoundBomb was designed for those who want to be heard but still want to maintain a stylish look. Thanks to its compact design and blacked-out housing the SoundBomb will practically disappear once installed.

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SKU:
TT-SB.10000.B
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Weight:
1.8 lbs
Dimensions:
3.75 × 5.5 × 7.25 in
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$49.99

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Description

The unique design of the Denali compact horn features a rugged molded clamp that mechanically mates the compressor to the acoustic unit. This makes the SoundBomb virtually indestructible even in high vibration applications. Compatible with all CANbus electrical systems.

Specifications: 

  • Sound Output: 120 dB at 3 feet 
  • Current Draw: 20 Amp 
  • Dimensions: 5.4” (137mm) wide x 4.5” (116mm) high x 3.6” (86 mm) deep 
  • Stylish All Black Design
  • CANbus compatible

Included: 

  • Single Piece Electro-Pneumatic Horn 
  • 12 volt 30 amp relay

*Bike specific mounting bracket and wiring harness sold separately.

Note:

  • All necessary mounting hardware is included with the horn to mount to an existing M8 thru hole. For some motorcycle models bike-specific mounting brackets are available.
  • The horn should be mounted so that the cylinder is vertical with the horn facing down. There should be no more than a 25 degree variance from the vertical position.

Fitment note: 

KTM Motorcycles: The CAN bus system found on most KTM motorcycles is extremely sensitive. Its recommended that you leave the OEM horn connected for proper operation and to prevent failure lights from appearing on the dash.

 

BMW Motorcycles: All modern BMW motorcycles use a specialty connector at the OEM horn connection. A DENALI Horn Wiring Adapter is necessary for plug-n-play connection with BMW Motorcycles and is available for purchase (P/N:DNL.WHS.10100). Alternatively you can use the Posi-Tap connectors to make the connection

 

 

Check out our Horn Mounting Tutorials page for helpful hints on how to install your product!!!

 

Part Numbers

Our part number: TT-SB.10000.B
Manufacturer Number: TT-SB.10000.B
GTIN12 / UPC Barcode: 810005870009
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 0810005870009

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  1. dave

    Replacement for exact same horn - Wolo Bad Boy

    dave

    I have been through TWO Wolo Bad Boy horns. Both died prematurely. Physically, they are identical to the Wolo horn, but I can tell you this SoundBomb horn is much louder than the Wolo. Time will tell about the durability.

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  2. Scubaman

    Life saver

    Scubaman

    I have put a Sound bomb now on every motorcycle I have owned. Can’t say for sure how many times it has saved my butt! Lots

    First off forget the old adage “loud pipes save lives”

    Sound Bomb saves lives!!!!

    When you press the horn button you sound like an 18 wheeler instead of a motorcycle. This immediately gets you the reaction you want. Which is get the $&& away from me. Toot once and you get a heads up from a driver at an intersection. Let’s face it the stock horn on all bikes makes you sound like a scooter and does not convey an immediate need for evasive action by a cars driver.

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  3. Randy

    Great Horn!

    Randy

    This is a great horn. Yes…very loud…which is exactly why I bought it. If traffic can’t hear you with this horn, there is no hope of hearing you ever! Highly recommend this horn.

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  4. Stevec

    Mixed results

    Stevec

    The horn functions fine. The actual wiring harness has a serious flaw. I contacted TT for advice on how to route the harness which did not require pulling the gas tank. The problem is with the relay which on three occasions failed due to bike vibrations causing the relay prongs to disconnect enough to cause the horn not to function and needing road side repairs. Solution: Rewire the harness with a sealed relay, royal PITA, but now the horn functions as it should.

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  5. ceej

    Wanted a loud horn - got one!

    ceej

    I bought this for a 2017 R1200GS. You need a good sense of 3-dimensional spatial geometry to get it oriented so that it does not interfere with the turn of the forks *and* so that you can then tighten the horn to the mounting bracket and the bracket to the bike! But once done it certainly does the job of getting cagers’ attention.
    NOTE – if you plan to wire it yourself, you will likely want flag connectors and not straight connectors.

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  6. Manio

    Great product

    Manio

    Good product. Easy install, works very good.
    Nice and loud.
    Well spent money.

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  7. BlackVan

    Loud and surprising

    BlackVan

    Bought this for my wife’s 09 KLR mostly driven in the city. I wired it myself with a relay powered and fused from the battery, switched off the stock horn wiring. I used the KLR bracket offered. The bracket is super simple, but it is precisely built and comes with good hardware. The bracket places the horn behind the right fender with the horn facing out. It’s a tight fit but it fits.
    The horn is loud enough to overpower a stock car/truck horn and is easily heard inside a nearby vehicle at freeway speeds.
    I’d recommend it, and will probably install on my bike too.

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  8. Maxbeemer

    Fantastic fit

    Maxbeemer

    Installed this on a ’15 BMW RT. With the custom bracket and EZ can wiring harness(extra) installation was quick and precise, and the Denali horn will certainly get someone’s attention. Great product and priced right….$100 for the horn and extra parts.

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  9. Casrock7

    Spill your coffee blast

    Casrock7

    Awsome sound..easy install. Wakes up the distracted knucklehead drivers. Love watching their reaction. Great sport just blasting it.

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  10. Spazz

    Must have

    Spazz

    Don’t even think twice if you ride a bike this will come in handy and when you need it you will be glad you have it. Great quality. Extremely loud especially when compared to stock and easy to install. It’s nice and small.
    Klr650

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  11. Bbqbill

    Bbqbill

    Great horn that can be heard…mounted on klr650…mounting instructions just ok

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  12. Ekgar

    Excellent choice

    Ekgar

    Packaging and instructions were excellent I would highly recommend ordering with the wiring kit. Wiring appropriately required taking off the gas tank for the best wire route. I mounted it on my Indian Scout with the bracket which fit perfectly. The horn is perfect. Sounds like an old classic car with a really loud dualtone

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  13. Fujione

    Buy it!!!

    Fujione

    Should be standard on all motorcycles! A little tricky to install but manageable. I mounted the compressor in the tail and the horn up front. It blast a loud horn and gets attention! People look for the truck and I think surprised to see a motorcycle.

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  14. Vulcan Roadrunner

    Awesome air horn!

    Vulcan Roadrunner

    I purchased the Denali Sound Bomb a few weeks ago and had my moto tech install it for me. I LOVE it! It performs exactly as the specs indicate and I’m very satisfied with the purchase. It replaced my wimpy-sounding OEM horn, which was loud enough but ….wimpy (think Roadrunner…”beep-beep!”) It’s mounted to the top of my left highway bar and faces forward. There wasn’t any other reasonable location for it. No problems at all with water intrusion. A comparable horn with dual trumpets for my Harley Electra-Glide cost 4 X the amount of this horn.

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  15. Elvis

    Now That's a Horn!

    Elvis

    This horn is incredibly loud. Like something from a big old American car so it stands out from the typical car horn. Way better than any other motorcycle horn options I’ve heard. I highly recommend TT’s custom mounting bracket (the two versions I have work perfectly…Super Tenere and Tiger 800, strong and solid mount in a relatively inconspicuous and tip-over safe location). The pre-made wiring harness makes connecting everything very simple.

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  16. Ventura R3

    Denali Soundbomb air horn R3

    Ventura R3

    I am happy with the Denali soundbomb air horn I wish the Denali has a better way to hook up the air.

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  17. Grburkart

    Works as promised

    Grburkart

    This is a great piece for any motorcycle. The horn is very loud and it totally works as advertised. The installation went smooth with the added crash bar bracket, and the plug and play wiring harness was a breeze to connect.
    A shout out to Twisted Throttle for their great service!

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  18. John Ennis

    Denali Soundbomb and 2010 f800 GS installation

    John Ennis

    This thing will wake the dead! Note that crash bars may prevent the standard f800GS mounting kit from a “right side” installation as shown on the instructions. I managed to make it fit on the left or clutch side and it sits nicely above the toe tucked behind the crash bar. Easy installation with the wiring harness.

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  19. Pav

    Pav

    Purchased for my Honda VTX, Not many places available for mounting. I came off the two bolts that held the old horn. Used aluminum tubing about 6″ long and mounted the horn to that.. Works great Like to be safe, good purchase

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  20. boatmeister

    Louder than expected!

    boatmeister

    The Denali Soundbomb is stupid loud. If anyone cannot hear this horn they must be completely deaf. I installed it on my 2014 R1200 GS LC in about 1.5 hours. The first mounting bracket was wrong and I had to wait for the correct one to arrive to make the install clean and proper.Also purchased the BMW wiring adaptor and the Plug n Play harness assembly. Overall the install and end package worked out quite well.

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  21. mvalspeed

    Magnus LOUD!

    mvalspeed

    Installed the Denali Soundbomb. I recently then had the need to wake up, or alert a driver who was ignoring road regulations….the horn got his attention – he sheepishly skunked in his seat.

    The bracket fit the install ideally. I was disappointed with the wiring for the installation onto my BMW R1200RT, as it would not have the proper length or connection for a factory finish install. Note: be sure to ask for the BMW wiring kit, not a general kit.

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  22. Sheran

    Denali sound bomb

    Sheran

    Purchased at the motorcycle show. Great quality product.

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  23. Jeff

    Great addition!

    Jeff

    I recently purchased the Denali SoundBomb Compact Dual-Tone Air Horn and have to say it was a great addition to my bike! After being cut off one too many times, the need to make others ‘aware’ of my presence on the road became clear. The factory horn on my 2015 Suzuki VStrom 1000 was sadly lacking in this ability (as is the case for most factory horns), but at 4 or 5 times the dB output the new addition works very well!

    I went with the wiring harness and accessory bracket for my bike as well. This made for a simple installation and factory look when completed. With the harness, most people can probably complete this install within an hour or two. I spent a little more time to neatly route/strap the harness for a factory look and secure the hardware (Loctite, etc.).

    Twisted Throttle was great to deal with and I received the shipment on schedule with no damage. I will purchase from them in the future.

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  24. redheads

    Denali SoundBomb

    redheads

    mounted the horn on my Yamaha Bolt with the optional bracket and the pre-packaged wiring harness. Good fit, easy installation but the leads on the wiring harness are longer than they need to be. You will have to unbolt the fuel tank and roll it to the left side of the bike to expose the cable run and to tuck the supplied relay out of the way. Nice two tone pitch and LOUD, just the thing for alerting the cagers on your daily commute.

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  25. Vetten76

    Get out of my way loud

    Vetten76

    Wow. This sucker is loud. Mounting was simple. I have a 2016 FZ-09 Yamaha. I mounted it in the stock location using the stock parts that I slightly modified. Fits really well. It’s out front and ready to blast. Scares folks on the sidewalk. I’m very happy with this horn.

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  26. kleem42

    Loud and durable

    kleem42

    I couldn’t give it five stars because the bracket still needed a slight modification to allow the forks to make a full left to right turn. Not a big deal because I have extensive mechanical and fabrication experience but may be a bit misleading for those expecting to just bolt on and go

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  27. 1Takoda

    Excellent Horn

    1Takoda

    I purchased to replace my 2016 Indian Scout stock horn that was worthless. The Denali SoundBomb Compact Dual-Tone Air Horn is loud, aesthetically looks great, fits well, and is easy to install. I would highly recommend this air horn.

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  28. Hammertime

    Denali SoundBomb Compact

    Hammertime

    I bought this as the factory horn on my 2011 KLR 650 sucked. I also purchased the recommended wiring harness which made it easy to install. I fabricated my own bracket and installed it n the recommended location. To say it’s louder than stock would be an understatement. Highly recommend, quality product

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  29. Bluepepper

    Great addition with added value to my moto

    Bluepepper

    Purchased and installed about a year ago and it’s still going strong. Best investment made that keeps me safer on the roads; especially commuting back and forth to work every day. If you don’t have the luxury of using an installation kit, you might have to be a little creative in getting it installed. But, it’s well worth the trouble.

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  30. Jay

    Really loud horn!

    Jay

    Just got this mounted the other day and man is it loud! I use my bike to commute and really need a decent horn in traffic. It mounts on the AT on the left of the bike and sounds like a pair of air horns. Wiring is easy enough to do from scratch but the available harness makes it super easy.

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  31. Pipo

    Super loud !!!

    Pipo

    About it a couple weeks ago and had it installed at a motorcycle shop and I’ve been using it now for over a month and very impressed with the quality and sound and I feel very safe for motorcycle now thank you twisted throttle .

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  32. Darryn

    It's loud enough , don't worry

    Darryn

    Just fitted it. Looks very cool. I’m very happy indeed. Go purchase one.

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  33. Patrick

    Easy to instal

    Patrick

    I love it. This is the last thing I needed (after extra bright lights, led turn signals, reflective clothing/helmet) to make me feel lots safer. Its loud, very loud! Now if the cage drivers could only stop texting and driving the roads would be much safer. Practice defensive riding is all I can say. Anyway, great product I just wish that the bike manufacturers would equip all the bikes with similar horns! Cheers

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  34. tinfoil

    Get one!

    tinfoil

    Drivers used to text while driving will think twice before doing it again once you’ve admonished them with your Denali horn! A must have!
    It can be difficult to find a spot for it given its size, especially on modern bikes that are so tightly packed.

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  35. Bobby

    Not compatible w/ R1200GSA Factory Low Suspension

    Bobby

    This is not a knock on the product itself, just a warning to anyone considering Denali’s Soundbomb Compact for their late model BMW R1200GS Adventure with the factory low suspension option. Clearly, Denali engineers did not have the factory low suspension variant in mind when designing the mounting bracket. As noted in the attached photo of my 2018 R1200GSA (low), there is only 2” of clearance between the A-arm bolt cover and horn. This setup couldn’t survive a drop off a curb much less even mild to moderate off-road use. Worse, when the A-arm strikes (and breaks) the horn, it’s likely to bend the mounting bracket and tilt the horn into the path of the forks, thus restricting their movement. I can’t envision any potential solution to this problem for the low suspension model other than going to a “split” setup or perhaps the SoundBomb Mini. I absolutely love the integration of my D4 driving lights, B6 brake light and SoundBomb horn with the CanSmart Controller, and I went to great lengths to hide all of the wiring harnesses (which necessitated removal of all plastic bodywork and fuel tank). Sadly, though, the SoundBomb Compact horn must be removed for safety concerns before I’ve even had a chance to use it out on the road.

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  36. FRANK

    sound bomb horn

    FRANK

    I HAVE ONE ONE MY HONDA CIVIC HATCHBACK SPORT TOURING MODEL CAR ITS NICE AND LOUD TO WAKE UP OTHER DRIVERS THAT ARE ON THERE PHONES TEXTING! WAKE UP AND DRIVE PEOPLE!

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  37. Drifter guy

    Does Not Look Like Add On

    Drifter guy

    Replaced some chrome trumpet style horns that attracted the eye too much and took away from the bike. This is perfect, loud and fits right in with the black design. Great design and easy install. Plenty loud. Sounds like a caddy horn.

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  38. Lucian

    Very Pleased!

    Lucian

    I’m very pleased with the horn. Very loud and no lag! I feel safer having it.

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  39. Hank

    High quality train whistle

    Hank

    Used to sound like the roadrunner. Now I sound like the train that squashes the coyote. Wiring harness is a high quality item and the Concours 14 mounting bracket was just perfect for a 2008 model. Hardest part of the install was getting that stupid nut inside the battery terminal to meet the bolt.

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  40. MTNFSH

    Great horn and wiring setup but could be better

    MTNFSH

    I just finished installing the Denali Soundbomb air horn using the Denali plug-n-play wiring harness and the mounting bracket made that fits my 2015 Triumph Tiger Explorer. Horn sounds great but installation was a bit of a pain. I previously installed an air horn on another bike several years ago and was glad to have the memory of that project because the instructions that came with the Denali wiring harness kit and air horn were minimal at best. I also had the 30 amp relay that came with the horn go bad after the first time I tried the horn – fortunately I had an old relay in the garage so I could wrap up the project. I am not an electrical whiz by any standards but the lack of detailed directions leaves a lot to chance unless you have at least some basic experience with bike wiring projects.

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  41. doyninja

    AWESOME!!!!’

    doyninja

    gets the attetion when needed!!!!! thank you very much

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  42. CharkieB

    Best in Class Compact Air Horn

    CharkieB

    Bought and installed this “Soundbomber” for it’s 124db sound rating and my riding safety on the street, roads and freeways. My first one was for my 2017
    Honda Rebel 500.
    I was and am so impressed with the quality and loudness, that I had to get a second Denali SoundBomb Compact Dual Air Horn to install on my 2018 Toyota Tacoma TRD 4×4. Wow! I was not disappointed it installed and works flawlessly! (I highly recommend purchasing and using the wiring kit too!)

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  43. LMILLS

    WAKE THE DEAD

    LMILLS

    Bought the Denali Sound SoundBomb Compact for my 2012 BMW K1600GTL. returned the wiring harness with the relay since I already have installed the HexEZ Can and was happy to receive the simple wiring kit to run to the existing connections. Its a tight fit and required just a little fiddling. but easily took more time removing and replacing the tupperware, than installing the horn. This horn is the BOMB. Loud as HECK. Made three people shout an expletive in my garage the first time I pushed the button. Perfect! I might add that I have the Denali lights and mounts on my GTL that integrate with the “wonder wheel”. They not flash when I honk the horn. AMAZING ADDITIONAL CONSPICUITY!

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  44. pastorgumby

    Da Bomb!

    pastorgumby

    This was my very first add on to my ’16 YAMAHA Super Tenere ES — a must have! You’ll be heard like a fog horn, it just may save your bootay!

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  45. Dave

    Great product

    Dave

    Took a few modifications on the mount, but super happy with the horn. Super loud!!

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  46. ausmhow

    Very loud. Doesn’t fit with heed bars on tiger 800

    ausmhow

    I had to fab up a bracket to make this fit with my heed crash bars on my tiger 800. Other than that, it’s loud as advertised. Pretty happy with it.

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  47. Bigsmokindaddy

    Does not work as it should

    Bigsmokindaddy

    This is now the second Dinali sound bomb I have purchased. Both of them from twisted throttle. There is a dual horn in these units, and after a while one of the horns stops working and you get a single sound rather than a dual sound. I figured it just broken and I’ll just buy another one. I did, and it worked fine to start with as well, but now the dual tone is gone and I just have a single town. I am not happy with this purchase.

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  48. LoneRanger

    The bomb

    LoneRanger

    Easy to install and it’s super loud. I highly recommend this product.

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  49. Richie

    Good looking and very easy to install.

    Richie

    I brought this horn for my make over Harley and tired out to be perfect due to the slack color I love the sound and the look I may pick up another one for my other bike.

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  50. Richie

    Good looking and very easy to install.

    Richie

    I brought this horn for my make over Harley and tired out to be perfect due to the slack color I love the sound and the look I may pick up another one for my other bike.

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  51. Bigdave35180

    2014 Vstrom 1000 super easy install !!!

    Bigdave35180

    am still sitting here in astonishment a little over an hour after beginning to install a Denali compact Sound bomb on my 2014 DL1000, that I have a perfectly installed ear piercing horn. I bought the Denali horn, a model specific mounting bracket for the bike, and a plug and play harness that was bike specific from Twisted Throttle. After all the horror stories I have read on here, the cobbled together wiring, the ungrounding grounds, etc, to say I was hesitant to start would be an understatement. But after laying the parts out on my work table, I thought, well..this looks simple enough. It was literally as simple as removing seat, taking 2 screws out of the left lower tank cover and popping the cover loose, not even removing it. Then after locating horn which is sticking out right under the front beak, I removed horn, the wiring harness harness has a wire with two connectors that I fished along under frame and panels right up to over the original horn mount and plugged right in to the original horn wire connectors.

    Next I mounted horn on the mounting bracket which bolted with one bolt on back side of top engine mount, then bolted the horn to the bracket.. .absolutely rock solid….then plugged the second wire from the wiring harness to the bottom of the Denali horn….that simple…..tie wrapped the two wire to secure them at several locations….thats it!!! Snapped left side panel back in place and replaced the two screws that secure it. Now all I did was plug the supplied relay, right into the wiring harness and secured it with tie wraps in the pocket right behind battery, then ran the last two wire, the fused positive and the negative wire right around to battery, tightened them down, tidied up everything with a few tie wraps…..turned on the ignition, hit the horn button….and woke up my wife that was upstairs asleep, that came running wanting to know what the world was going on…..like I say, I am still sitting here in disbelief that it was that simple…no wire cutting, no splicing, nothing. Plug in four plugs, a relay, and connect to battery….it was really that simple….kudos to Twisted Throttle!!!!

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  52. complexcarlo

    Yeah, this thing really rings!

    complexcarlo

    Just installed about 2 days ago and its an absolute blast. Have only had to use it once for a mustang trying to do a uturn at a left off ramp but you could tell it shook him cause he face was pale. Works as intended!

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  53. The Nigel

    Here comes the Train!

    The Nigel

    Installed this on my Ducati Multistrada Enduro. Install was a piece of cake, using the mount bar from the original. I bought the wiring harness kit, which I highly recommend and made the entire install 30 mins, including testing and tucking wires away neatly. This thing is seriously loud! 🙂

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  54. CrimsonOwl

    Easy install, outstanding performance.

    CrimsonOwl

    I put the Soundbomb on my 09 versys using the 10+ bracket and it is a perfect fit. The plug and play wiring harness was a breeze to install and dress the wires out of sight. Whether I am honking to support a teacher protest or to notify the guy ahead of me that the light is green, this horn gets the job done.

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  55. CrimsonOwl

    Easy install, outstanding performance.

    CrimsonOwl

    I put the Soundbomb on my 09 versys using the 10+ bracket and it is a perfect fit. The plug and play wiring harness was a breeze to install and dress the wires out of sight. Whether I am honking to support a teacher protest or to notify the guy ahead of me that the light is green, this horn gets the job done.

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  56. Tim A

    Compact & Loud - Excellent Horn!

    Tim A

    The difference between this and a stock horn is unbelievable. It’s small enough to not be noticable. I’m very happy that I purchased this.

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  57. Ph0enix

    Great Loud horn

    Ph0enix

    I was using a screaming banshee before both have the same loudness. I changed to Denali after changing bike. Denali housing is made of plastic my other was a mix of metal and plastic so the metal ended up spotted with rust. This made me go with Denali over the other brand. The only thing I miss from my screeming banshee was that you could keep your regular horn on a time delay. When you don’t need to go fully loud you could set it for 1/4 or 1/2 second before the loud one kicks in. Gave 4* due to not having a time delay.

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  58. MD Ghostrider

    Wonderful Attention Getter

    MD Ghostrider

    The SoundBomb is an excellent aftermarket improvement. I got this one for my wife’s 650. As a first time rider, wanted her to “grab” traffics attention when needed. Denali does the job. Price was great for an air horn, hook up was simple, my problem was mounting. The horn only provided me with one mounting point (not very stable). I made a custom bracket, which provided a 3 point mounting system.

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  59. Hansuke

    No longer ignored...

    Hansuke

    I added this horn to my Suzuki Burgman 650 after being ignored by drivers playing with their phones. Now they drop their phones and stop instantly, expecting that they are about to be hit by a semi. Best investment in safety, period. Going to add one to my convertible too, as it’s horn is just pityfull.

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  60. Jcnark

    The sound bomb

    Jcnark

    The horn is exactly what I was after. Loud and proud. Easy installation with the harness that you offered was great and helped make it smooth.

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  61. MMMMelons

    LOUD !!! 8o)

    MMMMelons

    I installed this on a 2007 KTM 525 EXC. I mounted it under my rear ProMoto rack on the LH Side of the Bike. Prior to installation and mounting, I wanted to test the Sound BOMB…..to assure it was functioning. I was holding the BOMB in my left hand, unit was already grounded. I touched the power wire too it and ……….It jumped right out of my hand and I started to run for the door. It scared the begeebees out of me. LOUD !! Loud!! LoUd !!!! All mounted and hooked up now.
    It is Awesome. Do Not install this without the relay unless you want to fry your circuits. It has a high amp draw. I am all giggles every time I hit the horn. Just me on my little motorcycle, and the folks that deserve the horn are looking for a Semi Truck. hehehhe………8o).

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  62. Fieldservice1

    All bikes should be using this

    Fieldservice1

    I have been in the Los Angeles metro area for a few years and the road runner horn that came stock on my 2015 KLR 650 does not compare to this air horn. The situation is that I have no desire to run the bike above 95mph and the intensity of this horn at all speeds below 95 is loud enough to penetrate closed windows which is important when the cagers do not see you. For the suburban areas this has a loud enough coverage to throw the sound prior to you reaching the intersection which I have had to use more then once. For the rural areas this is loud enough to be heard from a distance when going around large farming equipment you are trying to pass on the road just to give the operator a heads up you are coming around them. I would recommend this product for any bike in any location.

    I will warn you that using it consecutively will leave your ears ringing for longer then you expected.

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  63. Mad Max

    Great loud horn

    Mad Max

    I am happy that I purchased the horn. Very easy to install without the wire harness and connected with some ease to the existing wiring. I fabricated a custom aluminum mount to mitigate some of the vibration my KLR650 gives off and to have it in an area where it couldn’t be tampered with. The only issue I did have is the horn got stuck in the ON position and with it being so loud it was quite embarrassing. After researching the issue it turned out to be the relay. If you disconnect the horns power wire you can clearly hear the relay click open and close. When it clicks open and stuck I tapped it and it closed. I have tried the horn regularly (in the garage) since then and I haven’t had an issue. Other than that I am still happy with my purchase.

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  64. DavidC

    Works better than advertised! Easy Install!

    DavidC

    I was hesitant to install this horn for fear of “scaring people” as opposed to “alerting” them to my presence. My fears were soon alleviated. The horn produces a deep tone that while loud tends to make people think you are a much larger vehicle as opposed to frightening them.
    It was really easy to install the horn with the optional Plug and Play Wiring Kit and so far it has proved durable even after being exposed to heavy rain.
    I like the horn so much that I even installed one in my pick up truck using the same wiring kit!

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  65. Rob

    Awesome loudness

    Rob

    Great durability well constructed fully waterproof,very compact to fit in any location.
    Sound its super awesome, very easy to install. relay,mounting bolt & instructions included.

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  66. DeMalta

    VERY Loud, Decent Tone, "Fun"

    DeMalta

    This thing is crazy loud, watch the Twisted Throttle video product review. No joke this is the loudest horn I have heard on any “normal” vehicle. I am thinking about getting one for my lifted F150, and it would not be out of place. I have “played” with it a bit on the open road away from traffic, you will know if you get in my way. And I used it once in an emergency situation and the auto quickly adjusted course before there was a real problem. If you ride in traffic, must have.
    I did buy the specific make/model bike mount bracket, which I suggest. I also purchased the wiring harness, which is not necessary but make it that much easier to install. I’m at a point in life where I don’t mind a few bucks to spend less time monkeying with something and more time riding.

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  67. TJA

    Great Improvement

    TJA

    I mounted it on the left crash-bar of my GS, and I left the original horn intact. They sound great together.

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  68. Fuzzy

    Loud

    Fuzzy

    Bought this to replace a Stebil that failed. Much louder. So far so good.

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  69. Melissa

    Worth every penny!

    Melissa

    I bought my first one over 3 months ago and loved it so much I bought another as a gift for a fellow avid rider. It has personally saved me and my bike from obviously drivers. – Fantastic product, a must have.

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  70. MIke

    Great Horn!

    MIke

    I mounted this horn on my Super Tenere with the designed bracket and it fits great. I have Altrider Crash Bars and it fit without having to remove them or alter the location. The horn is out of the way and being black, it looks great on the bike. I have it connected to my Clearwater lights and between the 120+ decibel sound and the flashing high beams of the lights, the dreaded left hand turn scenario is greatly reduced. Hope it hold up in the Oregon rain. Time will tell. Plan on buying another for my KLR.

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  71. Kale420

    Kale420

    Watch out, this thing is LOUD!Haven’t had the need to use it officially, but in my driveway it’s “Very” loud. Like air horn loud !

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  72. mark

    Loud!

    mark

    The horn is great. A huge improvement over the two little stock road runner meep meeps that I had. The horn and relay were all that came to me in the box….absolutely no instructions at all. Took me a little while to get things wired correctly so I could use my stock horn button, but I’m happy with the results!

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  73. Endre

    loud!!!

    Endre

    People asking me where I got it. It is sooo loud!!!

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  74. moodygs

    LOUD

    moodygs

    Great product, in hindsight I would probably buy the version that comes in two parts. Adam at Rocket Moto was super helpful with the elctrical side of things

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  75. Superfunkomatic

    Perfect fit for Suzuki Bergman AN650

    Superfunkomatic

    Bought the Denali Soundbomb compact and then realised there was nowhere to fit it underneath all the plastic tuppaware. Guys at Twisted Throttle were great and agreed to ship the split Denali Sound bomb out to me in Australia instead of the compact unit. The split system is easy to install using the stock wiring loom which I highly recommend you purchase as it makes wiring dead easy. Remove handlebar covers, glovebox’ and radiator screen. Zip tie horn to frame on right side opposite the factory fitted horn (note fit rubber tube before mounting the horn body). Mount compressor horizontally alongside aluminium ignition key to steering head fixture using zip ties. You will find that it is a pertfect fit in this location when wiring end is facing rider. Connect tube between compressor and horn and complete wiring to instructions. The split Denali Soundbomb is the perfect fit for a Suzuki Bergman AN 650.and I reccomend it highly. I will never ride with a factory-fitted horn now i have tried this great product.

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  76. mrizzari

    Great horn!

    mrizzari

    I bought the horn long with the wiring harness. I had to remove many if the left side fairing and trim work. Wiring harness made quick work of the installation. I have pretty limited experience in wiring but the harness and enclosed instruction made installation pretty easy.

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  77. tew47

    DENALI SOUNDBOMB AIR HORN

    tew47

    I have several air horns before, but this one is the best by far. I ordered the mounting bracket and the plug and play wiring. I must say this was the easiest install I have ever had. Did not take fifteen minutes to complete the job. The horn is real loud!!!!!

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  78. Finneagan

    What a difference

    Finneagan

    I bought the Denali horn with the non-plug and play wiring kit. Took about 2 hrs to install but I lifted the tank to run the wiring also. The horn is phenomenal and is a great improvement over stock. I only have a 4 because I’m leery about the horn mounting to the stock mounting clip. Time will tell if this stays put.

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  79. Colvey

    OMG this thing is LOUD!

    Colvey

    Just installed this on my 2014 KLR650. Mounted the supplied relay just next to the original horn. Used the stock horn wiring as the trigger for the relay. Powered from directly off the battery. First time i sounded it i almost fell over. This horn is LOUD! Fits very well and discretely with the bike specific mount i purchased with it. Easy to install if you are competent with basic tools and basic electrical work.

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  80. Stelvio6333

    Safety in Sound!

    Stelvio6333

    After careful consideration my order was placed with Twisted Throttle for this unit. The only change I needed to make was to extend the positive battery wire on the plug & play wiring kit I also purchased. The sound output is excellent in terms of strength, depth and tone. Friends have commented on how loud the output is which is exactly what I was looking for, being able to be heard in an emergency.

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  81. Ray

    Great Product, nice and loud

    Ray

    Bought and installed 2 weeks ago. Fairly easy to follow instructions. Took about an hour once I found a place to mount it. Mounting could be a little better or have more options.

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  82. HFW

    K1600GT

    HFW

    Wonderful. Shoe horned it under the fairing of my K16GT. Very tight squeeze, but it worked.

    Buying one for my Tundra.

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  83. pmhrock

    Small & Loud!

    pmhrock

    I saw this horn at the IMS New York motorcycle show in December, and bought one for my Triumph Bonneville. The directions were easy to follow, the correct wiring components were included, and it sounds great! It was tricky to find a good place to mount the horn, so I had to call Twisted Throttle to get more specific directions – they told me where it was easy to mount, but some bike-specific example photos included in the kit would’ve been nice. All in all, quite happy with the purchase.
    Peter — Santa Monica, CA

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  84. DaveB

    beep-beep

    DaveB

    After initially mounting the horn in a ridiculous location between the forks of my triumph rocket 3, forgetting the fact that the front wheel goes up and down, and wondering why the mount I had made had been bent out of shape, I finally located the unit of the side of the engine casing safely out of harms way.
    the unit is well made, heavier than expected, but with a sturdy home made mount rides nicely and remains in place. I also bought the do it yourself wiring kit which was fine, I just needed to extend the power suppy wire to the horn.
    the horn works fine, as yet had no assassins to try it out on, but I know the time will come.

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  85. lou

    denali horn

    lou

    Horn is awesome and crazy loud.great product.all my friends are buying them

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  86. BillyBass

    awesome!

    BillyBass

    great sound, i am no mechanic, but with the wiring harness was able to hook it up and scare my wife with the sound.

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  87. BigGuy

    Denali SoundBomb Review from BGR

    BigGuy

    There are a-lot of things I love about this product. When I first received it from Twisted Throttle, I was very surprised about the weight. I was afraid that since it wasn’t excessively heavy, the durability might not be there. I was wrong. I mounted it up, and was unable to detect any significant weight differential after adding the horn. I would not allow the weight to play into your decision making process. Look at the size and mounting position for your specific model of bike. Keep in mind that if you have aftermarket engine guards or crash bars on your bike, there may be an issue with mounting it up as originally designed. I have the SW-MOTECH engine guards on my 2013 Yamaha Super Tenere. I was able to rotate the bracket slightly counter clockwise and shifted the horn slightly up and back enough that it mounted up fine. The volume of this horn is the superstar here. However, the thing that adds to the pure awesomeness of the volume, is the directional factor of the way the horn was manufactured and the mounting position on my Super Tenere. I love that the horn mounted on the right side of the bike, as it is closest to the driver’s side of a vehicle, should the driver need to be made aware that they are “driving skills challenged”. The sound is projected at a 90 degree angle from my bike. Overall, I think every motorcyclist should consider this product, as it’s a “game changer” on the road. You can see my full video review on the Big Guy Reviews Youtube channel. Check it out at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRuCeLxsKNU

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  88. Danoid

    Denali Sound Bomb

    Danoid

    I installed this a few weeks ago and it already has saved my life. With so many distractions on the road. This horn will make drivers recognize you and realize you mean business.

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  89. solcom20

    Excelent product!

    solcom20

    I got two. Obe for my cruzer and obe for my all terrain bike. Its excelent sound gets you heard even with short horn activations. Worked great in wet rainy conditions

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  90. Tony

    Very loud, lovely dual tones

    Tony

    I wanted a loud horn for safety, and I wanted one that had a harmonious pair of tones, more like a Rolls Royce than an eighteen-wheeler. The Denali Sound Bomb meets my needs exactly. I bought the plug-and-play wiring harness separately. Installation was easy. I mounted the horn on the side of my Ural’s sidecar, where it looks right at home. When I blow it, it makes people jump. Very satisfying!

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  91. Rtreat49

    very loud !

    Rtreat49

    Vulnerable in tip over unless can be mounted very inboard and not interfere w/front tire

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  92. iride4u

    Loud

    iride4u

    A couple of months ago I bought the Denali horn for a KLR after hearing it I will be replacing the Stebel on my K1600GTL and adding one to my Harley. This sucker is loud!!!

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  93. Gorman66

    Sounds like it belongs on a Ferrari

    Gorman66

    I bought this a week ago for my 2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer. I used the recommended relay/wiring kit and the bike specific mount. The directions were straight forward and easy to understand. The bike specific mount is designed to be bolted to the lower right radiator mount. This location won’t work if your Explorer has Triumph factory engine crash bars. There simply isn’t enough room. After careful examination of all possible mounting locations I mounted the horn to the lower front edge of the engine. I used the original horn bracket, bent it to 90 degrees, and bolted that to a factory drilled hole on the front of the engine. Its solid and after a week of riding on and off road is holding strong. I also installed 1/4″ heat shrink tube over the red wire leading from the relay to the positive on the bottom of the horn. The wire is much less visible and the heat shrink tubing adds protection against possible abrasion. I may install some fiberglass insect screen over the horn openings to prevent any debris from entering.
    I love the sound of the horn. I wouldn’t consider it ear piercing, but it is very loud and cars do hear it in traffic. It has a European sound which I like. Overall quality of the unit is very good. I would definitely recommend it.

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  94. Gxsr1000joe

    Great just the way u say

    Gxsr1000joe

    About this product a month ago and the air horn is exactly as loud as you said I love it. And it was so easy to install – I installed it in my gxsr 1000 made a spot for it to hide it and it’s awesome people cut me off and they can hear me honking at them

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  95. guillermo

    Great Product ,

    guillermo

    The product arrived on time, Twisted Throttle is the best !!!!!!!!!!!

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  96. jak

    SOUNDBOMB is the BOMB!

    jak

    Installed on my 2012 KLR 650, only need to use it twice since installing it but both time it worked amazingly! The OEM is no comparison to this beast, a must have for any motorcycle on the slab..cell phone drivers are deadly. Ride safe rubber side down

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  97. NTRIVER

    Works as expected

    NTRIVER

    Replacement for previous air horn, fit existing bracket on my R1200gs. Not sure about the dual tone, sounds like one tone, but it is loud.

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  98. Vulcan59

    Really loud!

    Vulcan59

    Bought the horn together with the wiring harness and mount for my Yamaha Bolt and had my niece bring it over to Malaysia on her visit.
    Everything fitted well except the harness was a bit long but it wasn’t a problem since the extra cable length was shorten using cable ties.
    After installation, the 1st time the horn produced an ‘air rushing’ noise. Checked out other installations on the Internet and realised that the connections at the horn was backwards even though the instructions showed otherwise.
    Otherwise the horn is loud and its great seeing drivers being surprised.. no regrets!

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  99. bearspawbiker

    Great Horn

    bearspawbiker

    This is a great horn, it is really loud, although a bit of a challenge to mount. I also received the wrong horn initially due to some confusing info on the website but Twisted Throttle sent me the correct one promptly and provided easy free return shipping of the wrong one.

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  100. KLR JUNKIE

    Very Satisified

    KLR JUNKIE

    I am very happy with the sound bomb, I also got the special KLR bracket and the wiring harness. This made the install very simple. The horn sounds like a train and can be heard a long distance away. A 1000% improvement over the stock KLR horn that was very weak!

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  101. Sly72

    Denali Soundbomb Rocks!

    Sly72

    Installed the Denali soundbomb on my 2014 Honda NC700X with the Denali NC700X specific mounting bracket. About a one hour install as I used heat shrink tubing on all of my wire harness, (self made). Relay, harness and horn all look like a factory install. Tucks in real nice with my Givi crash bars! Is it loud? Heck ya! Definitely gets drivers attention. Just had a memorial service for the stock horn, then 86’d it!

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  102. Ozde

    Attention Grabber!

    Ozde

    Clearly Commands the attention of other road users

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  103. Eameglio

    Loudest aftermarket horn

    Eameglio

    They will hear you comming from a distance with this horm, the best that I have ever had in any of my bikes.

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  104. baztel

    Loud

    baztel

    I am so happy with the new loud horn.
    Have only tested the sound, not used it in a real situation and hope to never need it.

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  105. Seal25

    Highly recommend this to all. :-)

    Seal25

    I bought the Soundbomb a few weeks ago because I was tired of almost getting run over by people who drive cars but don’t pay attention to Motorcyclists . :-). I love how loud it is and how easy it was to install My son helped me. I do recommend the easy installation cables, it’s another 25 but it’s well worth it.

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  106. Unsatisfied

    Not a very good product

    Unsatisfied

    Was hoping that this product would be loud and effective. Have received 2 units and both were poor at best. Registered as 95db on phone (not perfectly scientific I understand) standing right next to it, but definitely not what was advertised, both units the dual horns were intermittent and sometimes didn’t work at all. Used Denali wiring harness and tried 2 relays with no success. TT was good about sending replacement for one that didn’t work however the second one didn’t work either. Don’t waste your money.

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  107. Unsatisfied

    Not a very good product

    Unsatisfied

    Was hoping that this product would be loud and effective. Have received 2 units and both were poor at best. Registered as 95db on phone (not perfectly scientific I understand) standing right next to it, but definitely not what was advertised, both units the dual horns were intermittent and sometimes didn’t work at all. Used Denali wiring harness and tried 2 relays with no success. TT was good about sending replacement for one that didn’t work however the second one didn’t work either. Don’t waste your money.

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  108. rhema

    Good and loud!

    rhema

    I installed this on my 2016 Can Am Spyder RT Limited. The stock horn, as is on most bikes; is fairly week and because Can Ams run so quitely, I needed something to get the attention of cagers who love to text and drive. Installation was easy using the stock wiring and mount (the relay wasn’t needed). All I can say is wow! Loud. The difference is like night and day. Just what I needed.

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  109. sheds

    Easy to Fit

    sheds

    I bought this and received it a couple of weeks ago. Very easy to fit and it is far louder than the standard horn as expected, after watching the You Tube video about the Soundbomb from Twisted Throttle. I have already used it twice in anger due to car drivers doing dumb things in traffic, I’m sure, with their brains disengaged from the task of actually driving! The Soundbomb got their immediate attention!!

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  110. indianacavebat

    I can finally be heard and feel a bit safer!!!

    indianacavebat

    I purchased this to replace the sad and almost inaudible stock horn on my 2010 Honda NT700V. What a huge difference this has made! I don’t frequently use my horn, but there are times when it is a good safety feature to let other drivers know you’re around, especially if they don’t see you. I’ve only had it on my bike for a few months, so I don’t know how it will hold up in the long run, but the sound output is incredible (plus it sounds more like a sport car horn than a stock pipsqueak moped horn!)

    I did the installation completely by myself and the only issue was finding a bracket that would work for where I wanted to mount the horn, because my bike is heavily faired. Some of the fairing in the final horn location had to be discreetly cut to accommodate the horn (it’s 3-4 times bigger than the stock horn). I did have to buy additional terminals (I botched a few in the kit and needed extra) and wire as what was included in the kit was far too short (I ran the horn from just above my front wheel all the way back to the battery). Installation was pretty easy, as long as you have a basic knowledge of wiring diagrams and wiring components.

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  111. none

    Denali Soundbomb is the bomb!

    none

    I went from my wimpy horn on my 2000 Tiger to this blaster that I mounted to the right crashbar with an “L” bracket I bought at my local general store. It is great fun going through underpasses and it is hard to refrain from using it just for a “blast”. Your video was right on and I couldn’t be happier.

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  112. laszlogeller

    Definitely makes a statement.

    laszlogeller

    Extremely easy setup on 2015 Triumph Bonneville.
    Looks fantastic as a factory part and of course ear piercing decibel.

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  113. Loco Gringo

    Freightliner, Kenworth or Peterbuilt

    Loco Gringo

    That’s what their gonna be asken . This horn is The Real Deal. Great for getting Their attention. A must have for any rider They Do Not See Us. Lets Be Heard. Its one of the best investments for your, and their safety, Get one.

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  114. Mad Dog

    Sorry... cracked and broken, compressor loose

    Mad Dog

    This horn is under 2 tears old and has developed numerous cracks. Pieces of the ABS are missing and the compressor section is loose. I found this while changing my rear tire. Very surprised. My Royal
    Start Venture doesn’t vibrate much at all; but it is what it is. I originally loved the horn, it seemed to be good quality and very loud. Easy to mount. I don’t think it was something I did, but I have no other explanation. Hopefully some Gorilla glue will save the day.

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  115. nogoats

    Denali stuff is good quality

    nogoats

    I already had Denali D2 and D4 lights installed so I knew I could be seen coming with those bright lights but I also wanted to be heard. With the stock horn, I couldn’t hear it with my helmet on and hardly with it off. I looked at all the reviews and decided on the Denali SoundBomb Compact Dual-Tone Air Horn because of the quality of the Denali lights. Because of my strange application, I made my own bracket and wiring harness without any problem. The horn is loud…I mean LOUD! Money well spent. I’m happy.

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  116. TboneSkeebone

    Safety device

    TboneSkeebone

    this is the 3rd “Stebel” style horn I have installed on various vehicles. A Nissan pickup, a 30 year old Gold Wing and now in this version on my 2014 V-Strom 1000. On the other vehicles it really did save me in at least 3 situations. It is crazy, stupid loud. That is what you want on a bike. The stock horn on my Strom was there to pass inspection, it served NO other purpose. Get this, it is a piece of safety equipment. I used the bracket that TT sells, makes mounting easier. I put the relay right where the old horn was and ran other wiring accordingly. Works great, looks fine.

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  117. VStrom Rider

    Great Horn

    VStrom Rider

    Recently purchased this horn and installed it myself on my 2014 VStrom 1000. Installation took a bit of work since I mounted the horn in the original horn location and the compressor using the frame mount. The wiring was a breeze using the plug and play harness (highly recommended). As usual the service from Twisted Throttle was A-1…

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  118. Bruce

    Blows aware the OEM horn

    Bruce

    Bought the horn, hanger and wiring harness for a 2009 Triumph Bonneville. Easy install and the horn sounds great. Soooo much louder than the OEM horn.

    The only thing I’d knock (a minor one) it for is that the wiring harness was a bit long for the bike and I had find room for the extra wire.

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  119. Handb94

    Love it.

    Handb94