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HerbertChapman

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Fed up with your little horn?

Way it goes 'meep meep' and makes you look silly when you're trying to get mean with some dopy cager? Try this


Seriously though folks - can anyone recommend a decent replacement for my stock beeper?

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

horn

To be honest the only time i hear my bike horn is at the yearly m.o.t.

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preunit

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preunit says:

Horn

BMW:smile

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bobsnicholson

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BMW

Now that is what i call a proppa horn. The horn on my Wing is a good un.

BMW man stop complaining, i am happy nowaday's to get a 2 min erection. :biggrin:

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smidget

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smidget says:

Fitted

FIAMM twin tones to my bike, but they and the aftermarket zorsts only work when people don't fill their heads with earplugs and music at max volume.

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Cbear

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Cbear says:

I've upgraded mine

I use one similar to a Stebel nautilus http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bad-Boy-Ultra-Compact-Nautilus-12v-Horn-like-stebel-/251256057471?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item3a80072e7f.

You can get ones like that from halfords and they're good fun to use on dopes on their blowers:tongue:

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smidget

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smidget says:

Cbear

thanks for pointer got one on order when the good lady (she's sat next to me) kindly goes and gets it for me.

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outlookexcess

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Sometimes

A horn can be a really good safety device, warning others of your presence.

You know, like when you're overtaking and you're alongside a vehicle who starts to pull out because he hasn't seen you.

Now we've got rider "safety" aids like abs, traction control. electronically adjustable suspension and so on, but we are denied a proper safety accessory like a decent horn that would cost a couple of quid.

 

 

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outlookexcess

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Sometimes

A horn can be a really good safety device, warning others of your presence.

You know, like when you're overtaking and you're alongside a vehicle who starts to pull out because he hasn't seen you.

Now we've got rider "safety" aids like abs, traction control. electronically adjustable suspension and so on, but we are denied a proper safety accessory like a decent horn that would cost a couple of quid.

 

 

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smidget

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smidget says:

Can

report back that the 'nautilus' from Halfords is made by 'Ring' and it is louder than the Fiamm twin tones.

 

 

 

 

I SAID IT IS LOUDER THAN THE ............NO WONDER THE MAKER CHOSE RING FOR A TRADE NAME..........BACK IN A MINUTE SOMEONE AT THE DOOR I CAN HEAR THE BELL. 

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