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    NAPA 125db horn?

    I thought I saw a reference to a NAPA 125db horn here on the forum somewhere today. But now I have searched all the threads I thought I saw it in and can't find it . Can who ever posted it post the part# again for me.
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    I've always found the throttle to be more effective than a horn when things get "sketchy". Just sayin'...

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    Were you thinking of the low note motorcycle horn? 12v 420 Hz/130Db? If so they are pt. no. 730-3803 for the sea shell trumpet style or pt. no. 730-3804 for the disc type style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WERA689 View Post
    I've always found the throttle to be more effective than a horn when things get "sketchy". Just sayin'...
    Depending on the bike, but I agree. People in some cities expect a horn.
    That's like, your opinion, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WERA689 View Post
    I've always found the throttle to be more effective than a horn when things get "sketchy". Just sayin'...
    That doesn't work with the law at inspection time though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoofhearted View Post
    Were you thinking of the low note motorcycle horn? 12v 420 Hz/130Db? If so they are pt. no. 730-3803 for the sea shell trumpet style or pt. no. 730-3804 for the disc type style.
    The 730-3804 looks like the one I have on the bike now. I want something really load and annoying.
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    FIAMM 72112 Freeway Blaster Horn : Amazon.com : Automotive
    used this before pretty loud; comes in hi or low tone. I used the low and its sounds atleast twice as load as stock and doesnt sound like a scooter horn

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