Anyone know the decibels of the stock horn ?
The Denali Soundbomb mini would be a good one, have you checked to see if it fits in the space?I bought a Denali Soundbomb mini for my G310R, and the BMW-specific plug adapter from Revzilla. It was supposed to be a plug and play installation, according to them. I asked my BMW dealer to install it, and they said the 310 uses a different horn plug than other BMW's. So unless I want to cut wires, which I don't have experience with, my horn is useless.
The Denali Soundbomb mini would be a good one, have you checked to see if it fits in the space?
For $16, this horn on amazon did a great job.....
It's as loud as any car horn on the road.
Just splice the STUPID BMW adapter. If you can do an oil change, you can do this!
just cut the end connection, and get rid of the original bmw adaptor. then strip the wires and attach to them the two pins (whatever they are called) that enter any normal horn connectors on the market. it is possible also to leave the original horn and attach the new horn to engine guard and connect the wires, so you can have 2 horns. I did it in the Tiger 800. but for that you need wiring harness. since stronger horns take too much power, having a harness with relay connected to the battery takes out the load. in gs i opted just for one stronger horn, but i did use the wiring harness.you have cut the cables or dismantled the original connector?