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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by R1150GSA, Nov 15, 2005.
How do I put an end to the infernal racket that the directionals make? HOW?!
I would imagine they use a standard automotive flasher module that you could replace. Autozone, Napa, or any other automotive parts store should be able to help you.
I'm not familiar with that acronym.
You mean it's the flasher module that's making that noise?
BFH = Big Fucking Hammer
Find the flasher relay and wrap it in foam and or duct tape until the sound becomes soothing to your delicate ears.
Big Fucking Hammer
Remove the horncase by unscrewing the two screws inisde the glovebox and the one screw behind the "Genuine" logo at the top of the horncase. You can remove the logo by gently prying it out from the right with a thin screwdriver.
The flasher buzzer is located at the bottom - follow your ears. Pull the purple wire and tape it off to prevent a short circuit. Screw everything back together and enjoy the quiet, but remember to cancel those flashers.
Some of the guys on SS claim to tape a penny to it to muffle it.
Which doesn't make sense to me. The penny would fall off somewhere in the horncast and then you'd get
BEEP RATTLE BEEP RATTLE BEEP RATTLE BEEP RATTLE.
I think the foam stuff would be a nice db-limiter.
I don't know how many pedestrians I've scared back onto the curb with that thing beeping. People look around for the backing garbage truck.
Get a louder muffler.
I tried that.
I've got the loudest exhaust EVER and the damn beeping can heard above that, my earplugs, and helmet.
fWIW my Stella sounds like an open-class motocrosser. Okay, a 250. LOUD.
(beep beep beep beep)
Russian sub captains hear my bike and have plotted my course.