Would not work well on Chieftains and Roadmasters with lowers I bet as you would get a rebound blast of noise back at you rather than in front of you..
I’m happy y’all got beaucoup sales Bro!Sales have been overwhelming and it's been a challenge to keep up, but we should have new stock ready this coming week.
Thanks, we do appreciate your patience and your interest!
I actually thought about both as well! The larger one on the right, and smaller on the left. that way no matter which side the "offender" is on they will hear you. Randy (owner of BB) said the compressor used for one would handle two. You would just need to get a splitter for the air hose, and run hose to the left side. I looked at a bracket that you could easily configure to mount the horn on the front A frame.I too am looking for a 15, but I would take an 8 in a heartbeat. Imagine mounting both on a bike.
I have the other brand but I'd check every wire just to make sure you didn't nick one somewhere. I did with mine and it took some doing to find where I nicked one of the positive leads. Just saying that fuse didn't blow for no reason. Or maybe it did. It does happen but I'd want to make sure before you are riding around and it blows again. Nicked mine behind that horn cover.Got mine yesterday. Installed this morning. The kit is so well designed every wire was right next to the plug it needed to go in. The ends that connected to the battery were right at the corrrect terminals. Incredible job making it easy to install. The directions are outstanding, the shirt is sweet, the horn is loud, and it looks great (see photo). The only problem was the fuse that came with it blew as soon as I hit the horn button to test it. I thought, "oh shit what did I do wrong?" I popped another 20 amp in there and took a ride. I hit it about ten times during the ride and it has held up so far. View attachment 421006