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Remove the 6 mm screw holding on the lower rear fairing cover. This is the black plastic piece the spark plug protectors are attached to. Do not remove the lower rear fairing covers, only the machine screw. Fabricate `L` brackets from the mending plates to mount your horns. I bent my mending plates in a vice and enlarged a couple of the holes to f
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it the 6 mm machine screws I used. Mount the horns on the "L" brackets with fittings supplied in the Fiamm Horn kit and mount the "L" brackets on the inside of the lower fairing covers to the back of the 6x30 mm machine screws. Mount the shorter air horn on the left front side (to leave more room for the relay which also get installed on the left front side) and the longer one on the right front side. Secure the brackets in place with washers, lockwashers and nuts. Cut a piece of ethafoam the height of the 12 volt air compressor. Split the foam and wrap it around the compressor. Secure with duct tape if you like. The purpose of the foam is two fold. It helps to protect the 12 volt air compressor housing from vibration and scratching of the frame down tube. Identify the terminals on the 12 volt relay supplied in the Fiamm Air Horn Kit. Because the horns draw a lot more power (8 amps) than the stock horns we need to use a relay to switch battery power directly to the horns. This will save wear and tear on the horn switch. Identifying the terminals on the 12 volt relay may require a magnifying glass because they are very small and etched on the black plastic housing of the relay adjacent to the pins. Mount the relay with the bolt that was used to secure the left front horn. If there is insufficient clearance when you re-install the lower left fairing you may have to relocate the relay slightly towards the rear of the bike. I...



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