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post #1 of 16 Old 12-11-2006, 11:01 AM Thread Starter
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Lightbulb Stebel horn on Pat Walsh bars.

I have no way to post pictures but here goes anyway. For those of you familiar with PW bars: I drilled the right side accessory bracket for the horn mounting bolt and mounted the Stebel on the inside of the right bar. I had previously removed the right side bar and drilled holes for the wire to run inside the bar. One hole in the bar next to the top of the horn and one hole in the bar end that bolts just below the tank. I pulled 16AWG through the bar, installed grommets and sealed the whole thing in place with Goop. There are pluggable connectors on both ends of the wire for ease of disassembly for removal of bars or horn. It's a clean install and worth the effort.

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Does anyone have good pics of this mounted on a DL1K? I'd like to get it inside the fairing, but all I've seen are are DL650 installation pics.

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post #3 of 16 Old 12-11-2006, 08:25 PM
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Roo here greetings :-D I also have a Stebel horn and a photo would be great to get a second idea of mounting the horn
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Iv'e done that. Here ya go!



http://picasaweb.google.com/raydebruyn/StebelHorn

edit: there ya go, made it public.

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try again on the new link bud.
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Slick, link works now.

You might check the mounting instructions. I think they suggest a more upright mounting position.

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Yea, they do, but I have had zero trouble with water intrusion, even under pressure wash. [See the little pipe by the red wire?]

Works ok for me
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post #9 of 16 Old 12-12-2006, 09:16 PM
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Roo here Looks good the way the Horn was fitted , however i never received a wiring diagram could somebody help me please
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The mounting position(upright) could have something to do with integrity of internal parts over time and wear and tear while in operation in that position. The water factor can be covered with the use of some surgical tubing no matter what the position.

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