Wolo Bad Boy Air Horn (Chrome)

Wolo Bad Boy Air Horn (Chrome)

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Part Number: WOLO-519
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Installs in minutes by simply transferring the factory horn wires to the compressor. Mounts with one bolt included in kit. Produces a powerful dual tone air horn sound that is two times 2X louder than the factory horn. The Bad Boy is compact in size to fit any car, truck, motorcycle and any 12-volt vehicle that wants a loud air horn sound (118 db @ 2 meters). With bright chrome plated finish that will make the vehicle stand out, and a Heavy duty maintenance free compressor will provide years of dependable service. Instruction in English / Spanish. Size: 2-1/2" W x 4-1/2" L x 4-1/2" H
Important: SEE FITMENT DETAILS!


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Average Member Review: 3.50 (based on 6 reviews)
Would buy again: 62%

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(4 stars) reviewed on 06/15/14 by
GReese (greese) from Masontown, PA, US, for a 2011 1900 Raider wrote:

Bad Boy Wolo Nice and easy to install

Nice product for the price.  Easy to install after I installed my Barons Stealth Big Air and relocated my coils.  Installation took about 10 minutes mounted to the left side upper motor mount.  Removed my front horn and extended the wires to it and routed the extension in a hidden location that was safe from chaffing or heat this took an additional 10 - 15 minutes.  I upgraded the fuse for the signals, that also runs the horn, from a 10 Amp to a 15 Amp.  I am an Electronics Tech by trade but it's not diffacult.Cool


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(5 stars) reviewed on 04/22/14 by
(Smitty1) from , PA, United States, for a 0 1700 Vulcan Vaquero wrote:

Gets the job done!!!

Great product fairly easy to install. Remove seat and a slight tilt of the gas tank to run the harness. I installed this on my 2011 vulcan vaquero using the same spot and bracket the old horn was mounted to. You just have to tilt the new horn a little so the forks dont hit. Easy to tuck the wires away as well. Way louder than the stock. Now when someone pulls out in front of me texting on their phone I lay on the Bad Boy and give them hell..


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1 out of 1 members found this review helpful.

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(5 stars) reviewed on 04/22/14 by
DAPST3R (DAPST3R) from Corona, CA, US, for a 2006 1600/1700 Road Star Silverado wrote:

Very Impressed

Easy to install, LOUD!!!!!! Looks Great.


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2 out of 2 members found this review helpful.

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(5 stars) reviewed on 03/23/14 by
(TroyMello) from , , United States, for a 0 900 Vulcan Classic wrote:

Great

I purchased this horn after getting cut off by a car and my bikes factory horn was no match for the drivers non-factory sound system.  This horn is crazy loud and worth the price


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3 out of 3 members found this review helpful.

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(5 stars) reviewed on 01/26/14 by
John (Jigsaw1450) from Millville, NJ, US, for a 2006 Black 1600 Vulcan Nomad wrote:

Loud is Good for Biker Safety

Removed OEM horn and mounted the Bad Boy in that location. Could not wire or use the orignal horn button on the left side of the motorcycle handle bar. You can follow the provided directions/diagrams for wiring. There is a wire harness available that may make this task easier. I do not know because I did not know about it at the time. I purchased another horn button at a local auto parts store. I was able to wire into this button and attach the button over the location of the OEM button. The wiring process was difficult and time consuming; finding the correct working connections.


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This accessory fits:

Custom Fit - May Not Fit All Bikes
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Important Fitment Details:
Fits any motorcycle with 12V power supply and mounting space for horn


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    posted on 05/30/13 by
    BrettLowery (BrettLowery) from , , wrote:

    I have a few questions on the install of my new bad boy 519 (horn). It works when I hook it up directly to the factory (two wire) wires but, it says to install the relay (provided) with the horn when hooking it up to a motorcycle. When I hook it up with the relay I can hear the relay clicking every time I push the horn button like it should but no horn . I looked at the installtion instructions and I did it right . But it will work if I dont use the relay . What should I do ??? 



     
    posted on 05/30/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    Oh, and meant to say: the 12 volts coming out pin 87 should be switching on and off with the horn button. If the 12 volts is there, go and then check that the horn has a good earth return. The yellow drawing on that weblink is a simple example to use to confirm your relay wiring is correct.



    posted on 05/30/13 by
    theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

    If you have a multimeter, test for 12 volts DC coming out of the relay pin 87 with the multimeter's positive red lead. Earth lead of the multimeter should be connected to ground (either on the battery or somewhere on the bike frame)
    Here are some relay basics to help: http://www.rattlebars.com/mtz/hornrelay.html
    Feel free to ask for more help.

    Cheers, Steve



    posted on 05/30/13 by
    Polssken from Halmstad, , SE, wrote:

    Maybe the impossible just happened - bad relay?




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