The Majesty horn is extremely lame (it sounds like a sissy horn). Part of the problem is that is it hidden under the tupperware, thus much of the sound is blocked. I went to the local auto parts store and bought a low-tone Fiam horn (135db, I believe). It's not exactly a plug-n-play, but pretty close. The plugs do not line uo exactly right, so I took the extra wire that comes with the horn and changed the connector to mate to one of the spades on the back of the horn. I then plugged the horn connector on the bike onto one of the spades and used the wire to jumper the other spade to the remaining connector. The result is a horn that says, "Get the *@$&# outta my way!" and is substantially louder than the stock horn. It also is not so large that it is a power drain to the battery.Rubble said:I haven't heard the Majestys horn but I'm sure it's probably a little weak (like most m/c horns) to grab the attention of traffic. Has anybody felt the need to and installed an aftermarket horn on thier Majesty?
10/06 Update: The Nautilus worked well, just not on the deer...Larry Newman said:Go to Twisted throttle and look at the Steigle Nautulus air horn.
I've got one in the garage, looking for a spot to install it.
139db...heard 3 blocks away.
I mounted the Nautilis hanging from the ledge in back of the forks, above the radiator opening. This high position insures that the forks will not compress on a bump and hit the horn.lew said:Larry,
I'm still trying to find a place to mount my Nautalis horn. One guy that did it on a Burgie, mounted it under the front somewhere. I have to get in there and remove some stuff and try to find a mounting spot, then do the electrical thingy.