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Plug-n-Play or Cut-n-Splice....its the latter!
Why is it that companies inaccurately represent products by using the term plug-n-play, when in actuality you need to cut-n-splice....as in the case of this product. When I unplugged the OEM horn on my 2013 1200GSA, I immediately realized the harness isn't even remotely close to the BMW plug, so I called Twisted Throttle (distributes this and the Denali horn). Great, friendly people at Twisted (as here at Revzilla), yet right up front they said oh yeah, you'll need to cut, splice, pick up connectors from a hardware store that were not included, and then try to shoe-horn, er, the horn, into the OEM position (b/c this horn is significantly larger, and there's little room behind the fork tubes). Not to mention the Twisted instructions were approaching the terrible instructions of the German translations that come with Touratech products. All this said, I cannot recommend these products unless they revise their advert to say splicing WILL BE required, and rewrite the instructions (which btw the Twisted rep admitted were incorrect/misleading). Won't know about performance/durability until its been on the bike for a little while, and hoping that BMW sells a make plug with pigtails so I won't have to cut-n-splice in order to plug-n-play. Ugh.
September 27, 2014
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