DENALI SoundBomb Mini Electromagnetic Low Tone Motorcycle Horn

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Description

At 113 decibels the distinct low-tone sound from the DENALI SoundBomb Mini Motorcycle Horn is twice as loud as a typical 100 decibel disc horn. Designed to be a direct Plug & Play upgrade from your factory horn requiring no additional relay or wiring harness as long as the original horn has blade-style electrical connections. When stock isn't quite enough be heard with the SoundBomb Mini.

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Installation Instructions

SKU:
TT-SB.10200.B
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Brand:
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Weight:
.6 lbs
Dimensions:
3.5 × 3.5 × 3.5 in
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Description

Product Specs:

  • 113 Decibels at 3 feet
  • Operating voltage:12 Volts (11.7volts required)
  • Power draw: 5 Amps
  • Single piece design
  • Dimensions: Approximately 3.25″ x 3.4″ x 2.5″
  • Stylish all black design
  • Fits in most factory horn locations

Kit Contents:

  • Single piece electromagnetic horn
  • Mounting hardware
  • Fully illustrated Installation instructions

Please note: If the original horn does not have blade-style electrical connections the original horn connector needs to be removed and replaced with female spade connectors in order to connect to the Soundbomb Mini

Currently this horn is not compatible with KTM 1190 & 1290 Motorcycles and a solution is in the works

Part Numbers

Our part number: TT-SB.10200.B
Manufacturer Number: TT-SB.10200.B

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
1970 - 2020 Harley-Davidson Other Sportster Models
1982 - 1985 Honda CBX650SC Nighthawk
1983 - 2020 Harley-Davidson Softail
1986 - 2018 Kawasaki KLR650
1987 - 2008 Kawasaki VN1500 Vulcan Classic / Mean Streak / Drifter
1987 - 2009 Suzuki Boulevard S83 / VS1400 Intruder
1991 - 2005 Honda VT600C / D Shadow VLX
1991 - 2008 Honda CB250 Nighthawk
1991 - 2020 Harley-Davidson Dyna
1992 - 2005 Aprilia RS50/ RS125 & RS250
1993 - 2019 Honda XR650L / R
1994 - 1999 BMW R1100GS
1995 - 2005 Kawasaki VN800 Vulcan
1996 - 1999 KTM Duke I 620
1996 - 2006 BMW R1200C / CL
1996 - 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan 500 Ltd
1996 - 2016 Honda CMX250 Rebel
1996 - 2020 Suzuki DR650S
1997 - 2002 BMW R850C
1997 - 2007 Ducati ST2 / ST4 / ST3
1998 - 2009 Aprilia RSV Mille / RSV1000R
1999 - 2000 Suzuki VL125 Intruder
1999 - 2006 Honda RVT1000R
1999 - 2015 Harley-Davidson Pre-Milwaukee 8 Touring
1999 - 2020 Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R
2000 - 2004 BMW R1150GS
2000 - 2006 BMW R1150GS Adventure
2000 - 2006 KTM Duke II 640
2000 - 2007 Honda Transalp XL650V
2000 - 2007 Honda VT750DC Black Widow / Shadow Spirit 750
2001 - 2005 Aprilia SL1000 Falco
2001 - 2017 Harley-Davidson V-Rod
2002 - 2003 Honda CBR954RR / CBR900RR
2002 - 2005 Moto Guzzi V11 LeMans
2002 - 2008 Honda VTX1800
2002 - 2008 Kawasaki VN1600 Vulcan Classic / Mean Streak / Nomad
2002 - 2013 Suzuki V-Strom DL1000
2003 - 2005 KTM 950 Adventure
2003 - 2010 Buell / EBR Firebolt XB9R / XB12R
2003 - 2011 Honda VTX1300
2003 - 2016 Kawasaki Z1000
2003 - 2016 Suzuki SV650
2004 - 2005 Moto Guzzi V11 Sport / Naked
2004 - 2012 BMW R1200GS
2004 - 2014 Aprilia Tuono 1000R / V4
2004 - 2016 Suzuki V-Strom DL650
2004 - 2019 Honda VT750C Shadow Aero
2004 - 2019 Suzuki DR-Z400S / SM
2005 - 2006 Suzuki Boulevard M95 / VZ1600 Marauder
2005 - 2008 Suzuki Boulevard C90
2005 - 2008 Suzuki Boulevard M50
2005 - 2008 Suzuki Boulevard S50
2005 - 2009 Ducati Multistrada 620DS / 1000DS / 1100 / 1100S
2005 - 2010 Buell / EBR Ulysses XB12X / T
2005 - 2012 KTM Super Duke 990
2005 - 2013 Suzuki Boulevard C50
2005 - 2016 Suzuki GSX-R1000
2005 - 2019 Suzuki Boulevard S40
2006 - 2010 BMW F800S
2006 - 2011 Kawasaki ZX14 Ninja
2006 - 2013 BMW F800ST
2006 - 2013 BMW R1200GS Adventure
2006 - 2013 KTM 990 Adventure / R
2006 - 2013 Suzuki Boulevard M109R
2006 - 2014 BMW R1200R
2006 - 2018 Kawasaki VN900 Vulcan 900 Classic LT
2006 - 2020 Suzuki GSX-R600
2006 - 2020 Suzuki GSX-R750
2007 - 2008 Honda VT750C2 Shadow Spirit
2007 - 2009 KTM 690 SM
2007 - 2013 Ducati Superbike 848 / 1098 / 1198
2007 - 2014 Kawasaki Versys 650
2007 - 2015 Aprilia Mana 850
2007 - 2016 Aprilia SL750 Shiver
2007 - 2020 KTM 690 Enduro R
2008 - 2011 KTM 690 Duke III
2008 - 2012 BMW F650GS Twin
2008 - 2012 Harley-Davidson XR1200
2008 - 2012 Honda Transalp XL700V
2008 - 2012 Honda XL1000V Varadero
2008 - 2012 Suzuki B-King
2008 - 2013 Ducati Hypermotard 1100 / S
2008 - 2013 KTM 690 SMC
2008 - 2013 KTM 990 SMT
2008 - 2014 Kawasaki Concours 1400
2008 - 2015 Kawasaki ZX10R Ninja
2008 - 2016 BMW F800GS
2008 - 2016 Honda CBR1000RR
2009 - 2012 Kawasaki ZX6R
2009 - 2013 Ducati Monster 1100 / S / EVO
2009 - 2015 Aprilia RSV4
2009 - 2015 BMW K1300R
2009 - 2016 Aprilia Dorsoduro 750
2009 - 2016 BMW K1300S
2009 - 2018 BMW S1000RR
2009 - 2020 Honda CBR600RR
2010 - 2014 Ducati Multistrada 1200 / S / GT
2011 - 2014 Aprilia Dorsoduro 1200
2011 - 2016 Kawasaki Ninja 1000
2011 - 2018 Ducati Diavel
2012 - 2014 Ducati 1199 Panigale
2012 - 2014 Kawasaki Versys 1000
2012 - 2015 Honda NC700X
2012 - 2015 KTM 690 Duke IV
2012 - 2016 Kawasaki Ninja 650
2012 - 2018 Kawasaki ZX14R Ninja
2012 - 2020 BMW K1600GT / L
2013 - 2014 BMW HP4
2013 - 2015 Ducati Hypermotard 821
2013 - 2015 Ducati Hyperstrada 821
2013 - 2015 Honda CB500X
2013 - 2016 Aprilia Caponord 1200
2013 - 2016 BMW F700GS
2013 - 2016 BMW R1200GS LC
2013 - 2016 KTM 1190 Adventure / R
2013 - 2017 Kawasaki Ninja 300
2013 - 2018 Kawasaki ZX6R 636 Ninja
2014 - 2015 Ducati 899 Panigale
2014 - 2015 Honda NC750X / S
2014 - 2016 BMW F800GS Adventure
2014 - 2016 Ducati Monster 1200 / S
2014 - 2016 KTM 1290 Super Duke R
2014 - 2016 Suzuki V-Strom 1000
2014 - 2017 Honda CTX700 / N
2014 - 2019 BMW R1200GS LC Adventure
2014 - 2020 BMW R nineT
2014 Honda CTX1300
2015 - 2016 KTM 390 Duke
2015 - 2016 Suzuki GSX-S750
2015 - 2016 Suzuki V-Strom 650XT
2015 - 2017 Ducati Multistrada 1200 / S
2015 - 2017 Kawasaki ZX6R Ninja
2015 - 2018 BMW F800R
2015 - 2018 Ducati 1299 Panigale / R / S
2015 - 2018 Ducati Diavel Carbon / Titanium / Diesel
2015 - 2018 Honda CB300F
2015 - 2018 Honda CBR300R
2015 - 2018 Kawasaki Concours 14
2015 - 2018 Kawasaki Ninja H2 / SX / SE
2015 - 2018 Kawasaki Versys 1000 LT
2015 - 2019 BMW S1000XR
2015 - 2020 Ducati Scrambler 800
2015 - 2020 Suzuki GSX-S1000F
2020 Ducati Scrambler 800 DS
2020 Ducati Scrambler 800 Full Throttle
2020 Ducati Scrambler 800 Icon
2020 Honda XR650L
2020 Kawasaki Concours 14
2020 Suzuki DR-Z400S
2020 Suzuki DR-Z400SM

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  1. Robert

    Does fit modern BMWs

    Robert

    The newer BMW horns use a single locking connector that is not compatible with this horn.

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  2. Hank

    Great upgrade

    Hank

    This is just what I wanted,,stock wimpy sound replaced with a great automotive style blast,,they can hea me now !!! Very Pleased

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  3. Ronman

    Wow

    Ronman

    Bought this to replace the beep beep “road runner” horn on my Vulcan. Holy Cow this is loud. Plug and play easy to mount. Well worth it. It will be heard.

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  4. TitanRanger

    Easy Installation. Surprisingly LOUD!

    TitanRanger

    Installed the mini bomb on my ’14 BMW R1200RT. Installation was a breeze and the horn didn’t set off any canbus conflicts. This thing sounds like a horn should sound, not like the Road Runner cartoon character.

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  5. dpo2o

    Works as Advertised

    dpo2o

    Installs easily and is a vast improvement over stock.

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  6. 2016 RT

    Great fitment

    2016 RT

    Great horn fits were the original goes. Replaces the feeble factory horn.

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  7. dougydoug

    Nice Loud Horn

    dougydoug

    This horn is about as loud as a car horn. It was easy to install on my Africa Twin. It probably took 10 minutes. Now other drivers can actually hear me when I honk at ’em.

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  8. Lou

    Big Improvement!

    Lou

    This horn is miles ahead of the stock KLR token horn. Could barely hear the stock horn while riding. No problem with this Denali Soundbomb! Much improved and I feel like I can let someone know I’m there now…

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  9. terryhobart

    Worked just fine

    terryhobart

    Went in on my 2016 Honda Africa twin in about 10 min. Much louder. I’m very happy. Think I’ll order another on for my DR650.

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  10. NEM

    Disappointed

    NEM

    Mounting stud on horn is to short, needed to be longer. Put a washer/lock washer/nut/bracket on – does not work. Horn is to wide (thick) needed to be thiner.
    I thought is would be louder!! Overall disappointed.

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  11. NEM

    Disappointed

    NEM

    Mounting stud on horn is to short, needed to be longer. Put a washer/lock washer/nut/bracket on – does not work. Horn is to wide (thick) needed to be thiner.
    I thought is would be louder!! Overall disappointed.

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  12. Chris

    Nice and Loud with easy installation

    Chris

    Living and riding in Toronto can be a bit of a challenge at times. The factory horn just doesn’t cut it to let people know you are there, it almost makes people giggle. I wanted something to get peoples attention and this horn does. It installed in less than five minutes. the only reason that it got 4 out of 5 stars, was because it was not as compact or discrete as I would of liked, but the level of noise it makes makes up for the bulkyish look I think it has on a naked bike. To each his own I guess.

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  13. spike

    lives up to it's name

    spike

    Installed on my Suzuki DL650 and it was a bit tricky finding the right space since it’s wider than stock, but once mounted, it’s just plug and play with OEM wire connectors. Yes, it’s a loud mother and now I can be heard. Exceptional value.

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  14. magic1

    Louder than stock horn

    magic1

    Big improvement over the stock horn, but not as loud as I was hoping for. Very easy install on my 2013 Yamaha Super Tenere.

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  15. Renegade

    Love This Horn

    Renegade

    I;ve had this horn on my bike for a few weeks now and it sounds nothing like the stock horn. It is loud and puts out a sound people don’t expect to hear.

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  16. Beemer01

    Plug and play for a Canbus BMW R1200GS

    Beemer01

    After upgrading every motorcycle horn I’ve ever owned. my new GSW posed a problem – not a lot of places to mount an aftermarket horn. The Soundbomb 1. Fit nicely in the same spot as the factory meeper horn 2. the BMW Plug and Play harness was perfect. Outcome after 15 minutes? A much louder and deeper horn, zero Canbus problems and no need to remember how to wire up a separate relay system. This is…the bomb!

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  17. derwood

    Great for the price

    derwood

    I got this for fathers day for my 09 VMax wow what a difference sounds great, can’t beat it for the price. Very easy install I was able to put it right where the factory one was

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  18. oldguy

    Satisfied

    oldguy

    I purchased this horn because i was unhappy with the tone and volume of the stock horn. I’m satisfied with the purchase. I used a relay and did some wiring adjustments to insure there was sufficient power to maximize the horns volume.

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  19. Brad

    Big Improvement from stock horn

    Brad

    Replaced factory horn on my Klr. Great bike but weak horn. Great peace of mind having the mini Soundbomb knowing I’ll it will be heard.

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  20. silverninja

    Impressive sound, once I did this:

    silverninja

    With an electronics background, I know a horn of this type should not have a polarity preference (and the instructions confirm this, even though the literature marks the terminals positive and negative.) The new horn I attempted to mount definitely had a preference, as one connection produced a feeble wail while the other produced its full sound. So I suggest you try the horn wires both ways. I also made my own custom bracket, which was necessary to mount the new horn in the exact same location as the stock horn.

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  21. 89 Transalp

    1989 Transalp

    89 Transalp

    I use my Transalp to commute on a daily basis, which means lane splitting!
    The OEM horn is a beep-beeper, this definitely will draw more attention.
    I’m a bit reserved about the mounting, as I had to bend the provided brackets
    to get clearance. That’s the only thing keeping this from being a five star

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  22. MicroGX

    The name says it all... it's the bomb

    MicroGX

    I installed 1 on my GF’s vstar250 and 1 on my FZ07… 5 min to do both bikes, basically a plug and play add-
    on …. You get heard with one of these. Recommended!

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  23. DrC

    True to its name

    DrC

    My 1014 HD Dyna Low Rider’s stock horn was pitiful and I was looking for a replacement to fit the location between the front tubing. The only high decibel unit I could find was at Twisted Throttle, the Denali Sound Bomb mini. It fits perfectly to the stock mounting plate and does not need the extra mounting hardware. It is loud and has already performed as expected, it got the attention of a lazy lane changer! I will fit other HD models as well. The attached photos are the stock and replacement horn. A friend going to get one also

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  24. Fig Dog

    Blows Away the HD Stock Horn!

    Fig Dog

    Very happy with this purchase! Very solid build and easy plug ‘n play replacement for the anemic OEM HD horn! I’ve used it more than a few times on L.A. freeways and it never fails to make drivers turn there heads and look…that what it’s all about…safety! Thanks again! Don F. – San Pedro, CA

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  25. YesFan

    Easy Install but beware the bracket

    YesFan

    Too easy to install…loud sound but the bracket is flimsy and tends to wobble from vibration so either double-up on the metal bracket piece or fabricate from some thicker metal

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  26. Stvrino

    Awesome horn

    Stvrino (verified owner)

    This thing is great the dealer installing it couldn’t quit trying it out ..its definitely worth it …my friends can’t believe how loud it is

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  27. Jake

    Loud SOB. Like a car horn.

    Jake

    I installed this on my son’s Intruder since his original horn sounded like an anemic kitten mewling. I is bigger than the original, so had to get creative with the mount angle to avoid the fender hitting it with full suspension travel. We HAD to use a relay to provide adequate current since the existing horn circuit was no where near beefy enough. It only clicked hooking to existing wiring. Plan on a relay with older bikes with little pancake horns. 4 stars only since it wasn’t plug and play. 5 stars on volume improvement. Son was nearly merged into twice by texting idiots and this horn got their attention NOW.

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  28. Sparky

    Great item, tight fit on 07 weestrom

    Sparky

    A fair bit of fiddling to make this work on a 07 weestrom, that said I did not remove anything from the bike and just reached and felt my way through things. Great sound from this product!

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  29. Bob

    Replaced stock "meep meep" horn on my 2014 R1200RT

    Bob

    Bought this for my newly acquired BMW R1200RT wethead. I always upgrade safety OEM equipment on my bikes and the Denali SoundBomb mini is a noticeable improvement over the stock “meep meep” horn. Fits nicely behind the fairing, and in between front shocks, be prepared to bend the mounting bracket slightly to avoid front shocks hitting the SoundBomb Mini, no big deal. I also highly recommend the wiring harness adapter from Twisted Throttle for plug & play installation.

    Please note: you MUST use the mounting brackets that come with this unit. I tried to mount this horn to the stock bracket and because it is painted metal, the horn would only work intermittently, doh! I suspect it is a grounding thang

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  30. Randy M

    Loud and good value

    Randy M

    Loud and good value. Very quick plug n play install on 2018 KLX250.

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  31. Charlie

    Its Loud!

    Charlie

    Replaced the tepid BMW 700 GS horn with the Denali Sound Bomb and it is much louder. Easy to swap out OEM and Denali–plug and play with associated connectors.

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  32. SocialBoy

    A better horn - 07 DL650 Weestrom (4 1/2 stars)

    SocialBoy

    With considerable patience managed to fit onto the factory bracket for stock horn. Created a couple of wire leads to connect horn to bikes existing wiring. Hope the plastic can handle the spot right behind the the rad. Would recommend you acquire a ratcheting wrench if you are installing on an older wee. Tight space very limited working area…I had minimum throw range for wrench while tightening the supplied nut. You will have to bend the stock bracket, without removing it from bike. Persever, it can be done. Two bevy job!

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  33. Larry

    Nice horn

    Larry

    Put this on my 2004 Triumph Thruxton to replace the wimpy anemic OEM horn… very easy install, but initially it would not work with the engine off or at idle, possibly due to higher current or whatever (says no relay replacement needed so I didn’t). I swore a little and took it for a ride, and once I was riding at a good clip it started working – nice loud low tone, sounds good. Now it will work with the engine idling, but not off. Maybe on bikes with a more robust electrical system it will work while off, not sure.

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  34. Aszak

    Nice and loud!

    Aszak

    I installed this horn for more than a month and the horn defiantly got the attention of several auto driver’s. I had to relocate the horn for proper install. Very happy with the sound and it is made to stand up to the elements. I do recommend this horn.

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  35. Steve

    Nice and loud!

    Steve

    Replaced the stock horn on my 2018 Super Tenere with the Denali. Ear piercing sound. Very effective when cut off by a motorist. Plug and play on the Yamaha.

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  36. Tile Guy

    Pretty loud

    Tile Guy

    I have a Yamaha FJR 1300 that I wanted louder horn for. They fit were I needed to and are pretty loud. Not as loud as my truck but still way better than the stock horn.

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  37. Claude

    Works great

    Claude

    Not to much bigger than stock but alot louder. Comparable to a car

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  38. dfried

    Nice and LOUD

    dfried

    This is my second one. I lost the first one when my GPS took me over a mountain in WV on a dirt road that turned into a stream, on a road bike! I like this horn so much I am replacing it. I really missed it. Cars respond to it.

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  39. Sparky

    Properly named horn

    Sparky

    Soundbomb is a very appropriate name for this horn…its LOUD… Mounts easily uses oem wiring no relay hookup needed

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  40. len

    Very satisfied!

    len

    Product was just as advertised; easy to install; & loud as I desired for my motorcycle.

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  41. DjsTC

    Great product, great service!

    DjsTC

    Was more than satisfied with the Denali mini SoundBomb for my new Yamaha Venture TC. Easy installation, quality connections, quality horn. Much better horn than the factory, high pitch sissy horn.

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  42. Gnhd356

    As described

    Gnhd356

    Happy with purchase…ease of installation…loud for small horn

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  43. Mack

    Great little horn.

    Mack

    My son and I both bought one for our bikes. The price is right, easy to install and MUCH louder than the stock horn.

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  44. Trumpy_Thruxton

    This horn will need a relay!

    Trumpy_Thruxton

    Despite being advertised not to require a 30amp relay, it will need one, as there was not enough power getting to it on my 2013 Thruxton which is 3.5amp draw. Also it was missing the mounting bracket. Fabbed a better mount myself and wired in the relay and it is the bomb- literally. Loud as a car horn. 4-Stars for the product but 5-stars for Twisted Throttle who stood by the product and gave me a credit for the missing parts and install inconvenience since it was advertised as plug and play. I recommend Twisted Throttle in any transaction.

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  45. Fladge

    EXCELLENT QUALITY PRICE & FUNCTIONALITY

    Fladge

    Replaced my OEM high pitch sounding horn on HD 2018. Very easy n compatible install! Must have for the new harleys

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  46. DENNIS GARRETT

    REAL GOOD AND LOUD HORN

    DENNIS GARRETT

    HAD NO TROUBLE WITH THE INSTALL , USED THE EZ CAN.

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  47. fenceman

    Big improvement

    fenceman

    Replaced the stock horn on my 2017 Triumph Bonneville with this. Stock was a safety hazard, I couldn’t even hear it with my helmet on.
    This is at least 5 times louder and has a nice deep honk to it, that traffic should not have a problem hearing. Bolted right on the stock bracket, just turned it off center a wee bit and the fit looks like it was made for it.

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  48. Wizard0708

    Not significantly louder than stock H-D

    Wizard0708

    Before removing the stock horn from my Harley-Davidson Road King Classic, I tested it with a meter and found it had an output of 102.9 Db. The SoundBomb Mini, once installed, and tested with the same meter in exactly the same place, had an output of 103.7 Db (and yes, this is with the horn aimed at the opening of the horn housing). This is 9.3 Db less than what Denali claims–an absolutely huge discrepancy–and not a significant improvement over stock for my Road King. The tone is clearer, but the horn is not noticeably louder. Oh … and the tabs for the electrical connections are in a really poor place for the Harley “cowbell” housing. I would send it back, but for thirty bucks, it is not worth it to me to invest the time to take it off and re-install stock. Needless to say, I am quite disappointed.

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  49. Wizard0708

    Not significantly louder than stock H-D

    Wizard0708

    Before removing the stock horn from my Harley-Davidson Road King Classic, I tested it with a meter and found it had an output of 102.9 Db. The SoundBomb Mini, once installed, and tested with the same meter in exactly the same place, had an output of 103.7 Db (and yes, this is with the horn aimed at the opening of the horn housing). This is 9.3 Db less than what Denali claims–an absolutely huge discrepancy–and not a significant improvement over stock for my Road King. The tone is clearer, but the horn is not noticeably louder. Oh … and the tabs for the electrical connections are in a really poor place for the Harley “cowbell” housing. I would send it back, but for thirty bucks, it is not worth it to me to invest the time to take it off and re-install stock. Needless to say, I am quite disappointed.

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  50. Doc tj

    Loud...

    Doc tj

    A marked improvement over the factory bleep…loud, and more like a car horn. A little flat, but it will definitely get their attention! Easy install at factory mount and room to spare.

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  51. Davo

    MONEY WELL SPENT !!!

    Davo

    2003 Bonneville. No more “meep” “meep” dangerously pathetic standard horn. I can be heard over traffic noise etc and it will be good for waking up dozy “car steerers” in their lethal weapons ! Home made bracketry between the R.H. sidecover and upper shock mount (Trident T150 style) with an ex Nescafe jar lid ( perfect fit ) painted black to tidy the back up .. Rectifier re located to original horn location. Also run an adjuster from headlight bottom back to bottom yoke (light flopping about too much) so that space was not available. Not loud like air horns which can frighten people and cause accidents. Brilliant ! E mail and I will send a photo . shegedin.d@gmail.com

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  52. Robert

    Does fit modern BMWs

    Robert

    The newer BMW horns use a single locking connector that is not compatible with this horn.

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  53. Rog

    Improvement over OEM horn

    Rog

    Easy install, lower tone and a bit louder than the pathetic wimpy stock horn on my FZ-07. I highly recommend it.

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  54. red serge

    Not perfect for my 2011 ZX10R - but works

    red serge

    The right-side fork on my 2011 ZX10R will hit the Denali when turned right all the way if installed in exactly the same place as the OEM horn. The kit does come with a couple extension brackets though and I was able to use one of these to move the new horn closer to the centerline of the bike. This installation required me to attach the extension bracket horizontally to move the Denali as far to the center as possible which keeps it out of the way of the fork. The screw holding the extension bracket to the OEM brace cannot be tightened enough to keep the Denali from turning downward under its own weight though. In order to keep the extension bracket horizontal, I used safety wire from the screw bracket on the back of the Denali up to the top of the OEM horn brace above the radiator. Now when I use the Denali in traffic, other drivers no longer look for a motor scooter!

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  55. moto

    Not so loud, bad instructions, not plug and play

    moto

    Not so loud, bad instructions. They’re promoting it’s twice as loud, its not, they’re promoting its plug and play. it’s not.

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  56. moto

    Not so loud, bad instructions, not plug and play

    moto

    Not so loud, bad instructions. They’re promoting it’s twice as loud, its not, they’re promoting its plug and play. it’s not.

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  57. therr

    therr

    Better than stock but not as much improvement as I had hoped. I frequently honk the horn as I pull into the drive to get the dogs attention. My wife said it sounded different but only a little louder. Less an improvement than I had hoped.

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  58. xsr900

    great!

    xsr900

    easy install on my super ténéré1200,and soud is perfect.

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  59. Spanky

    Wow! SUPER LOUD

    Spanky

    Easy to install, and louder than previous set of horns together.

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  60. Jim Shorts

    Big improvement

    Jim Shorts

    My 2003 Yamaha FZ1 has 130 rear wheel horsepower–and a stock horn that bleats like a little lamb. The Denali is much louder, and has the tone of a regular auto horn. It fit the space the stocker was in just fine. The Denali has to face downward, so my stock mounting strap wouldn’t work. The straps that come with the Denali are thin and a bit flimsy, so I sistered them together and used both of them. I’m very pleased with the horn, and feel safer with it in place.

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  61. Mashrider

    Super loud, easy install

    Mashrider

    I bought this for my Street a Triple, works great”

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  62. Kiki231

    Simple installation. Very loud. Great value

    Kiki231

    Probably the easiest and best upgrade you could do for safety. This is a 10 minute install. This horn is loud. I don’t know why I didn’t do this earlier.

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  63. Norm C

    Best sound for the investment

    Norm C

    I bought this to get rid of the tweet sound of the stock horn. Now cars can hear me when I honk .Great sound and very easy installation. I recommend this to all riders.

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  64. magicman7

    To large

    magicman7

    I purchased this product to have installed on my Bmw s1000r, but unfortunately it was to large for the space provided. The product seem very well finish and solid…so sad i have to return.

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  65. Larry

    Great very loud

    Larry

    Very loud and easy install took 10 minutes to install

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  66. CB111

    Excellent

    CB111

    Went on the KLR 250 in minutes. Now, assemble the horn with an electrical connector for BMW.

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  67. Spin

    SoundBomb Mini Low Tone Horn

    Spin

    This is an easy but very useful upgrade. My ’13 Honda CB1100 has anemic horns as delivered , but not now! This will help phone addicted cage drivers pay attention.

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  68. Spin

    SoundBomb Mini Low Tone Horn

    Spin

    This is an easy but very useful upgrade. My ’13 Honda CB1100 has anemic horns as delivered , but not now! This will help phone addicted cage drivers pay attention.

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  69. ricksha84

    Good performance for the money

    ricksha84

    Received my Denali Soundbomb Mini (low tone) horn quicker than expected.
    It couldn’t be any easier to install. Unplug 2 wires and remove one nut to remove the pitiful stock horn. The Denali installed on the same bracket with one nut and two wire connectors that plugged onto the stock spade connectors on my bike. While the Denali isn’t as loud as an air horn or dual horn setup, it’s definitely MUCH
    louder than stock and is light and easy to mount. My only small complaint is the length of the mounting stud. If you wish to use a lock washer or flat washer when mounting the horn, the threaded stud is a little on the short side. Another 1/4 to 1/2 inch in length would have been appreciated, but I managed to make it work with a little work. Would definitely recommend this item.

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  70. Ray G

    Loud Horn

    Ray G

    Horn is louder then stock,small but not enough to go where the stock Tiger horn was mounted. Finally found a place on the frame under the tank,drilled a hole to mount and wired,works great

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  71. Victor

    Small horn, big noise

    Victor

    I called TT to get advice on a horn small enough to use in the limited space available on my new Yamaha FJ-09. After the usual thoughtful discussion with the TT rep, I ordered the single Denali SoundBomb Low Tone unit. Inexpensive, small and very easy to install (15 minutes) with only one tool. Frankly I was skeptical that a single unit, instead of the usual two unit low + high tone horns would do the job-Wrong! This thing is the bomb (Sorry). It is just plain loud, and the tone is sort of intimidating. Clearly, one should not use one’s horn without reason, but if you must, And on a bike that happens from time to time, this thing will do the job of announcing your presence in no uncertain terms. Thanks TT, I’m impressed.

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  72. Nymetsfan912

    Perfect swap for a better horn!

    Nymetsfan912

    I think this has to be one of the best upgrades for safety without installing an air horn. This thing sounds like a car horn and is such an improvement over the OEM disc horns. The install couldn’t get any easier either. This was purchased for my 2015 Suzuki DL1000

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  73. Huffman

    It's a welcomed improvement

    Huffman

    Installed on a 2010 Bonneville, only took a couple minutes, very simple. Louder but not overwhelming, could be a bit louder. Tone is much better than the tinny sounding stocker. Because my bike came with crash bars I had to use one of the provided adapters to mount it up. If you don’t have the bars you may be able to direct mount with the Triumph hardware. Glad I did it, great deal at this price.

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  74. loudandproud

    Low tone, high impact

    loudandproud

    I just mounted this Denali horn onto my bike, and its turned my horn from a meek ‘pardon me, excuse me’ horn to a ‘HERE I AM !’ horn.
    Great loud, low tone, that get’s peoples attention. I’d say its like having
    a car horn on your bike.

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  75. red serge

    Not perfect for my 2011 ZX10R - but works

    red serge

    The right-side fork on my 2011 ZX10R will hit the Denali when turned right all the way if installed in exactly the same place as the OEM horn. The kit does come with a couple extension brackets though and I was able to use one of these to move the new horn closer to the centerline of the bike. This installation required me to attach the extension bracket horizontally to move the Denali as far to the center as possible which keeps it out of the way of the fork. The screw holding the extension bracket to the OEM brace cannot be tightened enough to keep the Denali from turning downward under its own weight though. In order to keep the extension bracket horizontal, I used safety wire from the screw bracket on the back of the Denali up to the top of the OEM horn brace above the radiator. Now when I use the Denali in traffic, other drivers no longer look for a motor scooter!

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  76. magicman7

    To large

    magicman7

    I purchased this product to have installed on my Bmw s1000r, but unfortunately it was to large for the space provided. The product seem very well finish and solid…so sad i have to return.

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  77. TMac99

    Great Addition to an Africa Twin

    TMac99

    I ordered this to replace the stock Africa Twin horn that was very quiet and gave a polite “beep” sound. The was a direct replacement for the OEM horn – both the mechanical mounting as well as the 2 electric connections- installation only took a couple of minutes. The end result is a much louder horn that now gets other’s attention. Not the loudest horn I have ever heard, but a very significant upgrade from the OEM horn.

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  78. Ducdoc

    Simple, cheap, and works great!

    Ducdoc

    Switched out factory hirn in 10 minutes and now 10X louder. No mess. No wiring. 5 stars!

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  79. Japper

    Great sound and solid body.

    Japper

    I bought this to replace the tinny sounding OEM horn on my 2016 Bonneville T100. The fit was not an exact replacement, so I had to make a bracket from the pieces included with the horn so that it would mount in between the side reflectors and not protrude to interfere with full fork travel and hit the fender. In the process of doing so, I discovered that the factory had mounted the clutch cable under the reflector bracket and bent it which was all rectified with the installation of the new horn. The sound wasn’t quite what I had expected, but it is a significant improvement over the tiny ‘beep’ of the original and accomplishes being heard and noticed when I need it — all at an amazing price.

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  80. Pilotlang

    It's a Real Horn!

    Pilotlang

    I just installed this on my 2016 Honda Africa Twin and it is so much better than the stock horn. It is very loud like a “Real Horn” LOL! Honda’s stock horns are notoriously quiet to the point that they are not safe. It was very easy to install, just “Plug-N-Play”. No extra wiring harness needed.

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  81. John

    Works great

    John

    Plug and play not even 5 minutes to install. Louder than the oem but not crazy as well. Sounds like a car honk pretty much. I own fz09 2015 all good fits well.

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  82. Roadmap

    Easy install

    Roadmap

    I. Bought two of these. Installed one on a Indian Scout and one on a Kawasaki Concour. Plug and play. It doesn’t get any easier and you have a real horn. No more embarrassing road runner beeps.used same mounting screws as stock horn.

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  83. FJR Rider

    Nice & LOUD!!

    FJR Rider

    Read the reviews and it works as advertised. Plugged right into the existing wiring harness on my 2013 Yamaha FJR1300 and mounted on the same screws. Took me about 15 minutes start to finish.

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  84. Pabusa

    Definitely an asset and a must have

    Pabusa

    Easy install to my 2006 Hayabusa. Haven’t had to use it yet to ward of crazy cage people but the sound is great and attention grabbing. Well made.

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  85. Geezer47

    An easy upgrade

    Geezer47

    This was an easy upgrade that fit in the same spot as my original equipment “horn”. I couldn’t hear my old horn while riding with helmet and ear plugs but this one comes through loud and clear.

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  86. Wahoo

    Works as advertsed. Longevity to be tested.

    Wahoo

    Swap out should only have taken 5-10 minutes. However , mounting stud on Denali horn was 3/16″ shorter than original.
    Had to grind off 1/8″ of metal insert in mounting grommet to fit horn.
    This added 30 minutes to do. My preference to keep horn rubber mounted. Reason for downgraded ease of installation
    Job completed with fairing attached.

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  87. Tom

    Doesn't fit Ducati Scrambler

    Tom

    I bought this at Aimee Show and was told that it was a direct interchange with OEM. It didn’t fit. It was too large and it would have to be fit somewhere else. Disappointed because the Ducati needs a real horn.

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  88. solohvs

    A great upgrade

    solohvs

    My 2016 R1200GS had a squeaky little horn just like most other bikes. I’m not one to add unnecessary modifications to the electrical system, but this item is plug and play – no extra wires and no relay. The horn is durable and well made. The sound is loud enough for my liking and has a great tone. On my bike the horn was a near perfect fit for the factory location and the optional wiring connector made swapping horns a 30 minute install – 20 minutes of which were getting the tools ready and then cleaning up. The results were fantastic. No wires were CUT so the process is reversible. The horn was mounted in the exact same spot as the original. And the Denali SoundBomb lives up to it’s name! Really LOUD.

    I would highly recommend this modification to replace any factory horn.
    A very satisfying experience and the CAN BUS connector was icing on the cake.

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  89. Dave1899

    Great for the CB500X

    Dave1899

    The Denali Soundbomb Mini was an easy Plug-N-Play install and is quite loud compared to the OEM horn. It mounted in the same place as the original using the same wires with minimal adjustment of the original mounting bar and wires. I did have to bend the connection tabs on the horn as well.

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  90. dfried

    Great Improvement!

    dfried

    I couldn’t make an air horn fit on the fork mount of my BMW F800 GT so I picked up this horn. It’s about the same diameter as the stock horn and just a little thicker. I picked up a “Repair Plug, 2 pin” from BMW so I wouldn’t have to butcher the wiring harness to hook it up ( Part Number 83 30 0 402 344 ). The installation is neat and the horn gets results!

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  91. Crashjohnson

    Soundbomb greatness!

    Crashjohnson

    Just got this and its great! Way louder than stock and the tone is much lower. Just what I need for commuting on Dallas/Fort Worth freeways. Now the cars will hear me!

    Shipping was fast. Installation was easy; two minutes maximum.

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  92. Antares

    Works as advertised!

    Antares

    I got this horn as a replacement to my OEM horn that was way too quiet and high pitched for my liking; I needed a horn where I could be heard.

    Between this and the Dual tone Soundbomb, the folks at TwistedThrottle suggested this one and installation was a breeze. This mounts directly where the OEM horn went and connectors just go straight on. I had to fiddle with the positioning though, as the Soundbomb Mini IS a little taller and wider than my OEM one. After i got the positioning right though, it’s awesome and I would recommend this for anyone looking to get a louder horn for safety but don’t want to fiddle around with wires and whatnot.

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  93. LNV

    works great for 2016 FZ-07 / MT-07

    LNV

    easy to install and fits nicely on FZ07. sound of this horn is like a semi truck. a must buy for safety and looks.

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  94. mme

    Better than what came on it.

    mme

    Horn was fairly easy to fit on my new Triumph Bonneville 120 and is much better than the miserable squeaker that came on the bike.

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  95. moeless

    Better than stock

    moeless

    This was bought to replace the stock meeper that had already been replaced under warranty once. It has a deeper and louder tone that should be easier to hear provided the other distractions are not too overpowering. I almost never use the horn other than to wake someone up at a green light. If there is an issue in traffic, I am busy dealing with it and don’t have time or interest in “toodling” a horn. For the price, this is a good unit if it lasts. Only time will tell on that point.

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  96. MotoJerry

    No more "meep-meep"

    MotoJerry

    My Denali SoundBomb motorcycle horn arrived as promised and in perfect condition. Installation on my NC700X was a breeze. Now, when I hit the horn button, it says “lok out here I am” instead of “meep-meep”. It’s quite a noticeable improvement!

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  97. Victory

    Great improvement

    Victory

    A great improvement over the OEM horn that came with the Victory Octane. Sound is vastly improved and would highly recommend this horn over the typical OEM horns. Now I am not embarrassed anymore!

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  98. CJD

    Now you will hear me!

    CJD

    I was looking for a replacement for the OEM horn on my 2015 Yamaha Super Tenere. Came across this item and liked the fact that it didn’t require any additional mounting or wiring. It arrived when promised and took about 15 minutes to mount. I used the mounting bracket from the original horn, turn it to get the trumpet part pointing down and I had a new very loud horn. I had a Goldwing before which has a great horn, this is a match. Excellent product.

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  99. 53jd

    Big difference, little price

    53jd

    Bought first one for me. Just bought second for my sons bike. Will likely by them as gifts for friends in the future.

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  100. Bassontap

    hear me roar

    Bassontap

    I bought the Denali Sound Bomb today and installed it on my Honda ST1300 as soon as I got home. Big difference from stock. I used the supplied brackets and drilled one hole to match the original brackets alignment hole, wired it up using the stock connections and tried it out. Big smile on my face for $30.00.

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  101. BEN

    should have done long time ago

    BEN

    best safety feature for under $50. Much louder than stock and simple install.

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