The Screaming Banshee

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    I put this one inside my Fairing there's no way when you honk this they can say they didn't see you.
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    You don't need to tell me, although this is my only horn, not a secondary:
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    Thats super cool. Good safety feature.
     
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    That seams to work. :frontmoto
     
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    Oh, it works quite well. It's supplied by a heavy wire directly from the battery (as is the ground wire) and controlled by a relay which is operated by the original horn wires. The headlight, also relay-controlled, is likewise supplied by these heavy wires, as is the audio system in the Rooster.
     

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