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\r\n OK guys after 4 years I finally got around to wiring a Bad Boy Air Horn on my bike. I\'ve installed about 30 now for a few friends and riders by disconnecting the stock horn connector then running wires back up from the connector to trigger a relay I supplied 12 volts to inside the headlight nacelle. I figured there has got to be an easier way so I tried just tapping the horn wire from the horn switch black with blue tracer wire but it rest at ground and would trigger the horn with the key off. Well being this was my bike I took my time looked over the schematic and figured it out. So now you don\'t have to catch the wires from the horn connector you can catch the trigger wires from the headlight nacelle. Still have to run a power wire from the battery but hey this is easier.
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\n Air Horn Only: Cut the black wire with blue tracer. Tape off wire going to Horn. Connect switch side of wire to terminal 86 of relay.This will eliminate the stock horn with out disconnecting the harness from it.
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\n Air Horn and Stock Horn:In my case I installed in the stock horn location a high output electric car horn. A pain in the A$$ to squeeze it in but I\'m happy with it even more now with the added air horn. Just tap black wire with blue tracer.
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\nAir Horn or Stock Horn via Switch: See Diagram Below
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\nNo Matter what you do this will remain the same
\n You can connect the 85 terminal of the relay to the orange with green tracer wire (it\'s the same wire that goes to the horn)going to the Tachometer.It also feeds the start switch and speedometer. It\'s inside the headlight nacelle. No need to go all the way to the horn and fish wires back up.
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\nFor your Battery power wire running to the Relay,Air Horn, and Ground please use a minimum 14 AWG wire. Fuse it with a 25 AMP fuse at the battery.
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\nhttps://www.m109riders.com/forums/alb...chmentid=75067
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\nAir Horn with Stock Horn.Both on at same time.
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\nwith switch to turn air horn off or on .
\nhttps://www.m109riders.com/forums/alb...chmentid=75098
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\nAir Horn with Stock Horn Switched. Either or.
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    \r\n ....just noticed a small typo on yr schematic - it\'s an \'SPST\' switch (single pole, double throw) you\'ll be needing for the \'both\' option - btw, rated around 3-5A.
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    ....just noticed a small typo on yr schematic - it\'s an \'SPST\' switch (single pole, double throw) you\'ll be needing for the \'both\' option - btw, rated around 3-5A.
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    \nYea not so much a typo I just omitted the switch period for the both option. However thanks and I will add one more schematic with a SPST Switch that way it will cover everything.
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    \r\n Ok ... Not finding a Stebel, I bought a Euroblast horn that looks identical. Except - it\'s chromed.
    \nIt\'s supposed to deliver 140+ decibels. I hope it\'s a good unit.
    \nAfter reading all I could find here - it looks like there are only two good locations for the horn.
    \nEither the headlight housing, or the right side cover. And both require a wire run under the tank.
    \nSo ... after due consideration - I think it\'ll be in the headlight housing. I hope it\'s still loud enough. (a semi almost got me a few days back - pulled over on me. Glad the 109 has a ton of power!)
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    \nIs there a good mounting place inside the housing? Does a bracket need to be fabricated?
    \nAnd, most important .... Is there a place in the headlight housing to pick up the needed 12 volt supply (which can be switched), without running a wire back to the battery (which is on all the time)?
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    Can\'t figure this thing out. Verified wiring taps yet again, switch on bike without power to Wolo and still get relay clicking. Then hook power to Wolo and instantly get Wolo horn blowing without pressing horn switch. Next step is to replace Wolo.
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    \nIf your relay is clicking when you switch on the bike then you have wired this thing incorrectly. The horn is not the problem. I would recheck to make sure you are spliced into the correct wires. Almost sounds like you have spliced into the wire before the horn switch.\r\n
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    I\'m following the wiring diagram for "both horns". Before splicing any wires I checked the blk/blu wire with a test light to see if its energized when horn button is pressed, and found it to be hot with key on. Test light Does go off when button is pressed (blowing stock horn). I\'ve checked all other wires coming from left controls and none in that loom change when pressing button.
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    I\'m following the wiring diagram for "both horns". Before splicing any wires I checked the blk/blu wire with a test light to see if its energized when horn button is pressed, and found it to be hot with key on. Test light Does go off when button is pressed (blowing stock horn). I\'ve checked all other wires coming from left controls and none in that loom change when pressing button.
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      Quote Originally Posted by "Hunter" View Post
      between the engine block and the radiator above the cooling fan
      Thank you, Hunter!

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