Should work fine, assuming the combined load is no more than 40 amps.
Here it is... just picked up another one last week @ the Glendale store on Bell...That's weird. I have never seen horns at Harbor Freight. Is it an east coast thing, I wonder? Guess I'll have to go look tonight. Must you use their relay on a 'Wing?
Same here. If they get wet they will start to fade quickly.I had a set on my 1100i. They worked for about a year then started to fade. I opened them up and found the gasket/seal was cut from a cardboard box, couldn't read the language on it.
I did notice they were very similar to the horns on my f-150. Trip to the wrecking yard, spray paint to match the bike and I love the volume. Bike sounds just like my truck when I hit the horns. Same dB rating as the HF one, but better quality.
Some the replies must be about another HF horn... However, the Wolo "Bad Boy" air horn sounds more like a trains air horn, and you definitely do not want it pointing at you when you pull the trigger...:ROFL:So, do these HF horns have a Road Runner "meep-meep" sound or do they sound like a car horn?
Mine currently sound like crap, so I want to replace them. But prefer not to sound like the road runner.
linky no workySome the replies must be about another HF horn... However, the Wolo "Bad Boy" air horn sounds more like a trains air horn, and you definitely do not want it pointing at you when you pull the trigger...:ROFL:
Corrected... It's the one labeled "Bad Boy" @ $39...linky no worky