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Offline DesertDragon

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Re: My '96 CB750 "Dragon Bike"
« Reply #25 on: August 28, 2017, 08:52:32 AM »
Thanks DD, I have the Junior, and have it hooked up to my Hawk.  I had a prior co worker that had a WOLO air horn on his VTX. That think was loud. I drive a  semi, and would love to have something as loud as my semi horn.
I've heard those WOLOs are good..
I had bought something similar, but could't find an easy place to mount it (before my fairing) so I went with the fork reflector mounts.
It seemed an interesting coincidence that the horns and reflectors used the same size thread.... anyway...
With any decent horn you'll need to add a relay because there isn't enough power.
It's pretty simple wiring..
One other thing I did was to add a cigarette lighter type plug when I put in the horn relay so I have a 12 volt power source without having to turn on the ignition.  It works great for phone charging and stuff-like-that-there... haphap

Have a good one, Gordon!
Keep the Rubber on the Bottom!

DD

Offline deaconblues082

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Re: My '96 CB750 "Dragon Bike"
« Reply #26 on: September 02, 2017, 04:53:06 PM »
Beautiful bike! For a ridden Honda it sure is impeccably clean, Bravo Sir!!

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Re: My '96 CB750 "Dragon Bike"
« Reply #27 on: September 07, 2017, 10:50:47 AM »
Beautiful bike! For a ridden Honda it sure is impeccably clean, Bravo Sir!!
Thank You!
Thank You Very Much...
A hunka hunka burnin' Thank You!
 haphap
Keep the Rubber on the Bottom!

DD

 

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