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Title: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: P Dubya on 31 May, 2020, 07:29:40 PM
Hi All.  Has anyone fitted a Denali Split SoundBOMB to their biffer? How easy is it to fit? Is it better than the Nautilus? 
Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: thebudda08 on 01 June, 2020, 04:07:07 PM
yep very easy , best money I ever spent , compressor under seat  fits nicely and does not interfere with the seat closing ,I put mine down the right side , run the air tube down the right side and the horn bit fits nicely inside the fairing and is screwed into the indicator surround , you will see it when you take the fairing off(sry for bad picture ) which  is the only thing needs to be removed , the wiring loom comes in handy if not a relay must be used   , on now 3 yrs in all weathers and no problem , the only problem is some people might need a change of trousers when they hear it                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (https://images.weserv.nl/?url=ssl:i.ibb.co/Vg96DPT/20200601-153043.jpg)     (https://images.weserv.nl/?url=ssl:i.ibb.co/KhW54SY/20200601-153153.jpg)
Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: P Dubya on 02 June, 2020, 05:19:56 AM
FANTASTIC!!! Im all over it. Revenge is going to be VERY sweet... :001:
Thanks Budda
Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: thebudda08 on 09 June, 2020, 11:55:11 AM
this is were the horn is screwed in , enjoy it money well spent

(https://images.weserv.nl/?url=ssl:i.ibb.co/12KSDGR/20200609-103022.jpg) (https://ibb.co/12KSDGR)

(https://images.weserv.nl/?url=ssl:i.ibb.co/RcGHWXd/20200609-103035.jpg) (https://ibb.co/2d0KBzH)
Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: P Dubya on 11 June, 2020, 06:15:37 PM
Thanks Budda... Its ben ordered. I will give you my verdict when its fitted :028:
Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: fotochap on 02 August, 2020, 08:12:22 AM
Hi both,

I'm going to do this too: I've got the horn and the wiring kit. The horn sounds amazing by all accounts. The air tube didn't seem quite long enough though: were you successful PD? if so how did you route the air tube?

Cheers!

Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: Shed on 02 August, 2020, 03:51:37 PM
 :460:

Just another option for anyone considering a horn mod, the Denali Soundbomb Mini version, (low tone, 113dB) fits in place of the original biffer horn on the MK1.

If I recall correctly I think I just turned the original horn bracket upside down, bent it in the vice, or turned it inside-out type of thing - something like that! it'll make more sense if you do it yourself! Wasn't difficult, and has been working fine for 5 years now.



Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: Art on 02 August, 2020, 05:12:34 PM
+1 on the Denali SoundBOMB Mini or the Stebel 80T Magnum low note, pretty sure they both come from the same Italian factory. They're both loud c115 dB, straightforward install and connect directly to the stock wiring loom. If you want proper loud the Stebel 80T Magnum comes in a twin horn kit giving 139 dB, you'll just need to mount them somewhere either side of the radiator with the horns facing down to get the full effect of a twin hi-low horn set up.
Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: fotochap on 03 August, 2020, 07:38:16 PM
Thanks both. They all sound like great alternatives.

I already have the split soundbomb though so I'll keep scratching my chin for now.  :084:

Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: junior on 04 August, 2020, 04:55:59 PM
*Originally Posted by thebudda08 [+]
yep very easy , best money I ever spent , compressor under seat  fits nicely and does not interfere with the seat closing ,I put mine down the right side , run the air tube down the right side and the horn bit fits nicely inside the fairing and is screwed into the indicator surround , you will see it when you take the fairing off(sry for bad picture ) which  is the only thing needs to be removed , the wiring loom comes in handy if not a relay must be used   , on now 3 yrs in all weathers and no problem , the only problem is some people might need a change of trousers when they hear it                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (https://images.weserv.nl/?url=ssl:i.ibb.co/Vg96DPT/20200601-153043.jpg)     (https://images.weserv.nl/?url=ssl:i.ibb.co/KhW54SY/20200601-153153.jpg)

as i understand you have mounted the main part  parallel (to ground), as i recall mounting instuctions were to mount vertical, that's good news for me that is working nice also parallel  :152:
Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: Art on 04 August, 2020, 06:40:44 PM
My understanding is that you get a better sound with the horn facing down and if you have twin horns they should be placed 300-450 mm apart.
Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: fotochap on 07 August, 2020, 07:29:22 PM
SUCCESS!

I managed to fit the horn, but with a slightly different method to thebudda08

I put the compressor in the right hand fairing, and replaced the factory horn with the trumpet bit. Photos below.

It sounds amazing!

Thanks for all the responses  :037:
Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: thebudda08 on 08 August, 2020, 12:28:12 PM
that's  awesome job , a word of warning now people will not under stand when you say I love my new HORN  :mfrlol: :mfrlol: :mfrlol:
Title: Re: Denali Split SoundBOMB
Post by: fotochap on 08 August, 2020, 04:05:41 PM
Cheers!

Looking forward to seeing the effect it has in the wild!