Producing an earsplitting 120 decibels of sound, the Denali SoundBomb is four times louder than your typical motorcycle horn! The SoundBomb was designed for those who want to be heard, but still want to maintain a stylish look. Thanks to its compact design and blacked-out housing the SoundBomb will practically disappear once installed. The unique design of our Split Horn features a two-part design which separates the compressor from the acoustic unit allowing the horn to fit in extremely tight spaces.
- 120 Decibels at 3 feet
- Operating Voltage: 12V
- Power Draw: 20 amps
- Size (Compressor): 4.5" x 2.9" x 3.0"
- Size (Acoustic Unit): 4.1" x 3.7" x 3.4"
- Housing: Two Part Design
- Two Piece Electro-Pneumatic Horn
- 12 volt, 30 amp relay
- Heat resistant air hose
- Compressor Mounting Hardware
- Acoustic unit mounting hardware
- Additional zip tie mounting option
Bike specific mounting bracket and wiring harness sold separately.
Check out our Horn Mounting Tutorials page for helpful hints on how to install your product!!!
*Please Note: All necessary mounting hardware is included with the split horn to mount the compressor to an existing M8 thru hole, and the acoustic unit to an existing M6 thru hole.. For some motorcycle models bike-specific mounting brackets are available.
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Be heard!By: Angus B Constable-Townsend on 14 December 2018The Denali SoundBomb Split Dual-Tone Air Horn provides a well priced,flexible installation for air-horns especially on naked motorbikes & you'll definitely be heard!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Installing Denali Sound Bomb on 2015 BMW GSABy: David Morieson on 21 March 2017We purchased the Denali Sound bomb to provide additional "Noise" as part of our OS travels and dealing with crazy drivers and even crazier dogs!. The product came packaged well and the quality looks very good. After doing a bit of research I installed the motor in an area behind the LHS air intake and ended up mounting the horn unit to the crash bar against the LH cylinder; while exposed to rocks and stones it was the only place I felt comfortable fitting it. While I could of probably replaced the old horn and fitted the new one and had the Denali out of the way I wanted to try and keep both horns...... time will tell if the current position works or whether I need to contact Adventure Moto for a new one if this one gets smashed :(. We didnt use the provided relay, instead wiring it it up to our Neutrino Black box and also keeping our existing horn and all this worked well. The sound from this thing is deafening and I had to wear Ear Muffs while testing it, so it works well. The fitting info that came with it was sufficient and I would suggest you also view the Denali You Tube video for extra advice. Overall my experience with Adventure Moto and the purchase and use of the Horn has been a good one David Morieson