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    Senior Member williamemack's Avatar
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    I saw the shop manual on the ProCycle site. Is that the best one ? What do you recommend? Also, I'm sure some of you out there have improved on that squeeky horn. What do you suggest, preferably one not requiring a relay?

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    Will

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    search this forum. Someone has a downloadable manual for free

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    The wolo low tone horns are common and available on Amazon. I just went to Advanced Auto and grabbed a big "upgrade" truck horn. (walmart has them too but they are $5 more). Most horns should be plug and play wiring wise. The included bracket with the new horn would have worked but I wanted better so I bent one up and painted it black. Even with paint prepping and drying time it took only a small part of my afternoon. Now it sounds like my Hemi Quad Cab not my neihbor's 49cc scooter and the rattle can paint job on the bracket has lasted 2,000 miles.

    You can kinda see it here:
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    Forever grateful for all your help brother
    2005 TW wrecked in ‘14 and rebuilt in ‘17. ‘06 donor parts and new OEM, Carb jetted & shimmed, ‘04 XT225 gas tank, UNI air filter, Shinko 241 front, modded Krator pegs, IMS folding shifter, JT 14/47 sprockets, huge car horn, tool tube, DR8EIX plug, short rear signals, Cycleracks rear, All Balls steering bearings, Protaper ATV High bars, OEM Kickstarter with more to come...

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    Well maybe not, but it won't let me upload the full sized image. It's at https://www.dropbox.com/s/6ogb83o6wj...%2046%2007.jpg
    Forever grateful for all your help brother
    2005 TW wrecked in ‘14 and rebuilt in ‘17. ‘06 donor parts and new OEM, Carb jetted & shimmed, ‘04 XT225 gas tank, UNI air filter, Shinko 241 front, modded Krator pegs, IMS folding shifter, JT 14/47 sprockets, huge car horn, tool tube, DR8EIX plug, short rear signals, Cycleracks rear, All Balls steering bearings, Protaper ATV High bars, OEM Kickstarter with more to come...

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