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Denali SoundBomb Compact Dual-Tone Air Horn

$44.99
SKU: TT-SB.10000.B

In stock


 

LOUD! Stylish! Rugged!

Producing an earsplitting 120 decibels of sound, the SoundBomb is eight times louder than a standard motorcycle horn! The Denali™ SoundBomb was designed for those who want to be heard, but still want to maintain a stylish look. Thanks to its compact design and blacked-out housing, the SoundBomb will practically disappear once installed.

The unique design of the Denali compact horn features a rugged molded clamp that mechanically mates the compressor to the acoustic unit. This makes the SoundBomb virtually indestructible even in high vibration applications. Compatible with all CANbus electrical systems.

Specifications:

 

  • Sound Output: 120 dB at 3 feet 
  • Current Draw: 20 Amp 
  • Dimensions: 5.4” (137mm) wide x 4.5” (116mm) high x 3.6” (86 mm) deep 
  • Stylish All Black Design
  • CANbus compatible

Included: 

  • Single Piece Electro-Pneumatic Horn 
  • 12 volt, 30 amp relay

Mounting bracket and wiring harness sold separately.

Horn Mounting Application Chart

 BMW  Application Notes  Bike Specific Mount
 F650GS & F650GS Dakar Tutorial (external link)  
 F700GS '13-'14    HMT.07.10000
 F800GS '13-'14    HMT.07.10000
 K1200R Tutorial  
 R1200GS Tutorial  HMT.07.10100
 Harley-Davidson Application Notes  Bike Specific Mount
 Low-Rider '95 Tutorial  
 Honda Application Notes  Bike Specific Mount
 CB250 NightHawk Tutorial  
 CBR1100XX Blackbird Tutorial  TWT-00-013-001
 GL1100 Goldwing Mount under the front left fairing  
 ST1100 Mount to radiator support inside right side locking dash compartment  
 ST1300 Photo  
 VRF1200FA Mount under the front left fairing  
 Shadow Photo  
 Kawasaki Application Notes  Bike Specific Mount
 KLR250 Photo  
 KLR650A    TWT-00-013-001
 KLR650E    TWT.HMT.08.004.100
 Ninja 650R '06 Photo  
 W650 Photo  
 Concours GTR1400 '09 Tutorial  
 Versys Photo  
 Vulcan 1600 Classic Photo  
 Suzuki Application Notes  Bike Specific Mount
 DL650 V-Strom '04-'14    HMT.05.10100
 DL1000 V-Strom '02-'13    HMT.05.10100
 Boulevard S40 Photo  
 Triumph Application Notes  Bike Specific Mount
 Tiger 800 & Tiger 800XC  Photo  HMT.11.10300
 Tiger Explorer 1200    HMT.11.10200
 Bonneville Photo  
 Victory Application Notes  Bike Specific Mount
 8-Ball '05 Tutorial  
 Vegas Jackpot '05-'07 Tutorial  
 Yamaha Application Notes  Bike Specific Mount
XT1200Z Super Tenere '11-'14 Photo  HMT.06.10000
 VMAX L-bracket behind right side of radiator  TWT-00-013-001
 V-Star 1100 Classic Mount between front frame downtubes  
 V-Star 650 Classic / Silverado Mount on the factory engine guard  
 XV1700 Road Star Warrior L-bracket to original right side horn mount  TWT-00-013-001

Customer Reviews
Review by Tony
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I wanted a loud horn for safety, and I wanted one that had a harmonious pair of tones, more like a Rolls Royce than an eighteen-wheeler. The Denali Sound Bomb meets my needs exactly. I bought the plug-and-play wiring harness separately. Installation was easy. I mounted the horn on the side of my Ural's sidecar, where it looks right at home. When I blow it, it makes people jump. Very satisfying! (Posted on 8/28/14)
Review by Rtreat49
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Vulnerable in tip over unless can be mounted very inboard and not interfere w/front tire (Posted on 8/27/14)
Review by iride4u
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A couple of months ago I bought the Denali horn for a KLR after hearing it I will be replacing the Stebel on my K1600GTL and adding one to my Harley. This sucker is loud!!! (Posted on 8/25/14)
Review by Gorman66
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I bought this a week ago for my 2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer. I used the recommended relay/wiring kit and the bike specific mount. The directions were straight forward and easy to understand. The bike specific mount is designed to be bolted to the lower right radiator mount. This location won't work if your Explorer has Triumph factory engine crash bars. There simply isn't enough room. After careful examination of all possible mounting locations I mounted the horn to the lower front edge of the engine. I used the original horn bracket, bent it to 90 degrees, and bolted that to a factory drilled hole on the front of the engine. Its solid and after a week of riding on and off road is holding strong. I also installed 1/4" heat shrink tube over the red wire leading from the relay to the positive on the bottom of the horn. The wire is much less visible and the heat shrink tubing adds protection against possible abrasion. I may install some fiberglass insect screen over the horn openings to prevent any debris from entering.
I love the sound of the horn. I wouldn't consider it ear piercing, but it is very loud and cars do hear it in traffic. It has a European sound which I like. Overall quality of the unit is very good. I would definitely recommend it. (Posted on 8/6/14)
Review by DavidC
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I was hesitant to install this horn for fear of "scaring people" as opposed to "alerting" them to my presence. My fears were soon alleviated. The horn produces a deep tone that while loud tends to make people think you are a much larger vehicle as opposed to frightening them.
It was really easy to install the horn with the optional Plug and Play Wiring Kit and so far it has proved durable even after being exposed to heavy rain.
I like the horn so much that I even installed one in my pick up truck using the same wiring kit! (Posted on 8/2/14)
Review by dave
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I have been through TWO Wolo Bad Boy horns. Both died prematurely. Physically, they are identical to the Wolo horn, but I can tell you this SoundBomb horn is much louder than the Wolo. Time will tell about the durability. (Posted on 7/7/14)
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