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Dual Freeway Blasters
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Description: I added these a few days ago after a motorist ignored my little "meep meep" horn.  FIAMM Freeway Blasters (one high tone, one low tone) from Pep Boys.  Required the addition of a fuse block and a relay, both mounted under the seat.  The horns are a few inches to the left of the frame.  Despite how it looks in the picture, they're clear of the front fender.
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Posted by: mtrueblood June 21, 2010, 07:09:14 PM

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June 24, 2012, 12:34:22 PM
Yes, you're right, of course.  I, too, discovered the rearward movement of the front forks when I applied the brakes while on the highway.  Very dangerous.  I'm lucky I didn't end up face down on the pavement.  Made a slow and careful trip home, and modified the mounting brackets to get the horns out from behind the fender.  Left a small dent in the fender, but you'd hardly notice it.

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June 24, 2012, 07:17:15 AM
I'm near 100% sure guard will foul,forks go up and back and quite a bit.I found this out recently on my 500 Twin with the horn only angled slightly forward from stock stuffed the paintwork on the guard.

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