The Loudest Horn for #CANAM #SPYDER
In today's video you will find out how to install The Loudest horn for Can Am SPYDER F3 F3s F3T F3 Limited. This installation will completely hide the horn inside of your Can-Am Spyder This is wow to video, with few tips and tricks, and step by step installation guide.
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In todays video you will find
0:01:36 - Unboxing The Loudest Horn for Can-Am Spyder
0:03:10 - How to position the horn inside of the Can-Am SPyder
0:05:56 - How to instal horn compressor
0:08:39 - How to connect cables from horn
0:10:29 - How to remove old horn
0:14:06 - Connection to the battery
Just click on Blue Time Line and you will be moved to that part of the video.
Description of Moto Horn and Step by Step manual in writting:
This horn can be installed as on pictures on the frame facing down of your bike or also inside of the Can Am SPYDER F3, F3s F3T or F3 Limited, so it wont be visible at all,. video how to do it will be avaliable on MartinTheVlogger YouTube channel on weekend 13/14 of August - we will add the link here This is the F... Loudest horn you can get... Period! It comes with easy to instal kit for SPYDER F3 models EASILY WITHSTANDS VIBRATION, DUST, RAIN AND ALL WEATHER CONDITIONS You can take your MotoHorn™ to the heats of Dubai, to dusty backroads of Texas, or even to extreme colds of Finland. We’ve designed it to work in all riding conditions! LOUDNESS MAKES A DIFFERENCE: Greatly improved loudness increases honk distance, everyone has more time to react. Extra loudness lowers the risk of injury and potential damage to your motorcycle. Loud preventive honks will highly improve your odds of being noticed in traffic. Having the best safety equipment gives you a safer and less stressful riding experience.
To install Motohorn on a Spyder F3 (2015 to current / all models) by Lamonster Garage
Mount horn to upper frame rail using provided clamps and M6 bolts as shown in video. Leave clamps loose enough to adjust as needed for clearance on side panel.
Remove right side panel to install compressor and relay. Drill 8mm hole in plastic subframe to mount compressor as shown in video. Note positive and negative terminals on compressor motor. When mounted negative terminal will be toward the outside of the bike and positive will be toward the inside of the bike. Drill hole in plastic subframe and mount relay with ziptie as shown in video. (Motohorn can be mounted on the left side frame rail but may require extending horn trigger wires)
Locate stock horn on the right side of the bike below the a-arms. Remove the horn trigger wires. Route horn trigger wires from relay to horn trigger wires on bike. Black wire from relay goes to green/blue wire - on stock horn wire. Red wire from relay goes to grey wire + on stock horn wire
Route red and black wire with ring connectors to battery. Red wire goes to + positive side of battery and black wire goes to - negative side of battery
Black wire from battery goes to negative side of compressor with provided female spade connector
Short black wire from relay (87) goes to + positive side of compressor
Tighten clamps on horn and test horn. Reinstall side panel and look for friends to impress
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