Has anyone installed the Denali split soundbomb horn?

Discussion in 'Parallel World (790/890)' started by Canadian eh, Aug 15, 2021.

  1. Canadian eh

    Canadian eh Adventurer

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    I'm curious if anyone has installed the Denali split soundbomb horn on their 790/890 bike?
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  2. new2adv

    new2adv Converting gas into wheelies since 1974

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    Installed a set of PIAA horns. There wasn’t enough room behind the radiator so I modified the console supports.
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  3. NarOuvCux

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    Yes the compressor fits in place of the euro5 canister and the trumpets where the normal horn mounts. Been using it for 2 years no probs. Grease all connectors and place relay up high to avoid problems during water crossings.
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  4. Canadian eh

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    Awesome, what is the Euro5 canister? Thank you :)
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  5. NarOuvCux

    NarOuvCux 790R

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    Follow the tank breather pipes and you find a black long box down on the right hand side of the motor. You will need to take the tank off (easy job) and then it will be clear.
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  7. windblown101

    windblown101 Long timer Supporter

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    ^this will get you the general idea for sure.

    Though I'd suggest just leaving the OEM solenoid in place rather than messing with buying a dongle. The dongle just replaces the solenoid so the ECU won't complain about it missing, and there isn't enough size difference between them to matter.
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  8. Canadian eh

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    Thanks guys :)
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  9. Starky307

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    Did you have any issues with canbus warnings when removing the original horn to feed the relay of the Denali unit or was it a straight fit and seamless integration?
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