Member Reviews for Rivco Multi-Application Air Horns - Chrome - Honda/ Indian/ Kawasaki/ Suzuki/ Victory/ Yamaha

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Average Customer Review: 4.64 (based on 69 reviews)

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(5 stars) reviewed on 05/24/05 by
willystyles (dwill) from Newark, NJ, United States, for a 2002 Red 1800 VTX1800R (Retro) wrote:

Very, Very, Loud....a must item to get the attention of those cage heads. I purchased it from a friend, unfortunately I didn't have the instructions....thank God for the internet.
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(5 stars) reviewed on 02/23/04 by
Rollo (Rollo) from Fremont, CA, United States, for a 2002 1800 VTX1800R (Retro) wrote:

Look and sound great. Used bracket provided; attached horns on left side to the frame bar behind the radiator using clamp screw, with head to the outside. Made a 3 inch bracket to go between the two bolts on the frame just under the horns; drilled 3 holes, two for the frame bolts, one for a bolt to attach the air compressor in a horizontal position. Next, connected existing horn wires to new relay box, ran one hot wire under the gas tank to fuse and on to + on battery, made connection between relay and compressor, and did a ground wire. Used holes on relay for a tiewrap connection behind the compressor! "Truck" sized sound in 30 minutes!
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(5 stars) reviewed on 02/06/04 by
aiman feda (aiman_z28) from Springfield Gardens, NY, United States, for a 2002 1800 VTX1800R (Retro) wrote:

Sound good
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(5 stars) reviewed on 12/26/03 by
JOE (JOEC) from RACINE, WI, United States, for a 2002 1800 VTX1800R (Retro) wrote:

Not bad to install. A little time consuming but worth it. The sound is AWSOME
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(4 stars) reviewed on 09/04/03 by
Charlie Witt (MnBiker) from Forest Lake, MN, United States, for a 2002 1800 VTX1800R (Retro) wrote:

I got some from Bumper to Bumper and made my own mount brackets, The pump has to be oiled a lot!
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(5 stars) reviewed on 10/20/02 by
Steven Green (lov2krz) from Morgan Hill, CA, United States, for a 2004 1800 VTX1800R (Retro) wrote:

Very loud. Customer service/Tech Support was great. Good photos included with instructions. Took about 45 minutes to install. Stock VTX Retro kit comes with a direct to frame mounting bolt, does not fit with Corbin Radiator cowel, had to change out the 50mm bot for a 100mm bolt and fabricate a 80mm spacer to fit into recommended spot on left side of bike. You get noticed when you press the horn button.
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(4 stars) reviewed on 08/15/02 by
jim(Tats) (tats) from Philadelphia, PA, United States, for a 1800 VTX1800R (Retro) wrote:

more horn/great sound
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(5 stars) reviewed on 03/05/02 by
Steve (steven5382) from Santa Rosa, CA, United States, for a 1800 VTX1800R (Retro) wrote:

Easy to follow instructions. Missing male connectors, had extra bracket, and hose clamps that were not needed. Very loud horns. Reminds me of a catering truck.
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