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|12-23-2014, 07:31 AM||#1|
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New RGs 120dB horn
Four times louder than the average motorcycle horn
PRODUCING 120 decibels of sound, the new Denali SoundBomb is four times louder than the average motorcycle horn.
It features a 'rugged one-piece design' which R&G says makes it 'virtually indestructible even in high vibration applications.’
The electro-pneumatic horn, which measures 137x116x86mm, draws 20 amps from the motorcycle's battery.
The horn costs £32.99. Mounting brackets and wiring harnesses are sold separately, from £6.99 and £7.99 respectively.
R&G's website warns: 'This horn is obviously considerably louder than standard and as such is for off-road, show or display use only. Please check your local traffic laws before using this product on your motorcycle on the road.'
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