Reviewed by: Mikko Nieminen // RRP: £23.99 // Info: www.rg-racing.com
The SoundBOMB Mini might be small but it produces a claimed 113 decibels of sound. I fitted the horn to my Yamaha FZS1000 Fazer, and the increase in volume compared to the original horn is impressive.
If you want to hear the difference, here are links to quick videos (sorry about the wind noise):
The horn is quite small and has a stylish look, although you don’t see much of it as it sits neatly between the forks in the same place where the original horn used to be.
Instructions are included in the box, but installation is so easy that you might want to skip them. I managed to use the same brackets that were already there, which made things easy. All you need to do is unplug the wires from the old horn, remove it from the bracket, then replace it with the SoundBOMB, attach the screws and plug the wires in. The new horn didn’t require any additional relay or wiring harness.
This is a nice little addition to any bike and a small investment in getting heard when you need to.
Denali SoundBOMB Mini specifications:
- Sound Output: 113 dB at 3 feet
- Current Draw: 5 Amp
- Dimensions: 3.25″(82mm) x 3.4″(86mm) x 2.5″(63mm)
- All Black Design
- CANbus compatible
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