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Black Bad Boy Wolo Air Horn - Dual Tone - LOUD w/ Wiring kit

58.95
Availability: In stock
Item #: DK-WOLO-419-COMB
Manufacturer: Wolo

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58.95

Black Bad Boy Wolo Air Horn - Dual Tone - LOUD w/ Wiring kit DK Custom Harley Davidson Sportster Dyna Softail Touring Trike Freewheeler 12 volt

 

BLACK WOLO BAD BOY

Dual-Tone Air Horn
Universal Motorcycle Fit  



FEATURES & SPECS:

  • 118 Decibel Rating (TWICE AS LOUD as Stock HD Cowbell Horn)
  • Dual-tone Air Horn  ( 530 Hz low tone and 680 Hz High Tone)
  • Horn Fully Enclosed in a Sleek Black Cover
  • Superior Vibration Resistance
  • Compact Size just 4.5" x 4.5" x 2.5" for Easy Installation
  • Easy One-Bolt Mounting Requires No Special Tools
  • Works on any 12-volt motorcycle
  • Includes Heavy-duty Relay
  • Comes with Step-by-Step installation instructions
  • Includes the Plug-n-Play Deluxe Wiring Kit
  • Optional Bracket for Stealth Softail Fitment 

 

If you want to be heard, this is the horn to get.  It is LOUD!!!

This Model #419 is easy to install and uses the latest in air horn technology.  This simple dual-tone, one-piece design delivers twice the volume of your factory horn.

There are no hoses and the heavy-duty compressor is maintenance-free for years of dependable service.

It is an easy one-bolt installation.  Includes the plug-n-play wiring kit. 

You can bolt it right up to where your Cowbell horn is, or most anywhere else there is a bolt.

 

All the details on the Softail Stealth Mounting Brackets can be seen HERE.

There is an optional bracket for mounting the horn on the swingarm for all Softails except the Heritage.

 There is an optional bracket for mounting the horn on Heritage Softails.  It places the horn right in front of the left saddlebag.

 See pictures above for Optional Softail mounting brackets.

 

Also available in Chrome.

 

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