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Denali Sound Bomb Compact Dual-Tone Air Horn

The Denali Sound Bomb is eight times louder than a standard motorcycle horn! At 120 decibels, cagers of all shapes and sizes will jump out of your way!

The unique design of the Denali compact horn features a rugged molded clamp that mechanically mates the compressor to the acoustic unit. This makes the SoundBomb virtually indestructible even in high vibration applications.

Features:

  • Current Draw: 20 Amp
  • Dimensions: 5.4” (137mm) wide x 4.5” (116mm) high x 3.6” (86 mm) deep
  • Includes 12 volt (30 amp) relay
  • Optional Plug-N-Play Wiring Harness available (sold separately) 

Note: Mounting bracket sold separately. The Installation (pdf) calls for a 30 Amp fuse, however only a 20 Amp fuse is required.

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4.8 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.7 / 5
Features
4.4 / 5
Style
4.6 / 5
Ease Of Install
3.8 / 5
Fit & Finish
4.8 / 5
Durability
4.3 / 5

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

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4.8 / 5.0
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4.7 / 5
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3.8 / 5
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4.8 / 5
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4.3 / 5
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5 / 5
Very Freak*ing LOUD
This thing is so loud you will laugh your @$$ off when you push the button for the first time. I made a video of the stock horn and then the Denali. Very funny. Highly recommend you do this. I got tired of cars ignoring me in roundabouts. There are now some drivers who peed on themselves. This thing is REALLY Freak*ing LOUD. Very happy with my purchase. This thing is LOUD. This thing is really, really, really LOUD. Videos online do NOT do this thing justice. This thing is really, really LOUD. You will love it. It is LOUD. I think it adds to rider safety. This thing is so freaking LOUD.
November 30, 2015
Ride:
2012 Honda NC700X
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
Durability
3 / 5
Typical air horn design - strong motor internals
This model looks and sounds good but, as all air horns of this design, is still challenging when it comes to mounting. A single mounting point that does not take into consideration the balance point of the unit. But, this is not the only guilty model as I said, many suffer from this aggravation. Looks like they could do better.

I disassembled the motor housing and inspected the internals. It looks really good and should last a heck of a long time. The unit is easily disassembled in the event you want to mount the motor/compressor (one unit) separate from the horn cones.

All these air horns of this design sound about the same. Good and loud but a distinctive, high-pitched sound for sure.

Be sure and feed this horn through the supplied relay. It will pull upwards to 18-20 amps, depending upon the voltage source and it's regulation. If you try to wire it direct (with no relay to handle the current load) you will likely damage the contacts for your horn button! Use appropriately sized wire designed to handle 20 amps.
March 9, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
LOVE MY SOUNDBOMB!
I love this horn, I recommend it to every rider I know and I even intend to put one on my cars. It's very loud and simple to install. The only reason I didn't give a higher score in "ease of install" category is because there was no mount kit for my bike so I had to rig it myself. I did give it a high durability score but I mounted mine out of the elements so I don't know how it would fair in a more exposed location but it seems well made. Great horn for the price!
June 28, 2016
Ride:
2008 Buell XB12XT Ulysses
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
I feel very confident that I will finally BE HEARD!
This horn is VERY LOUD, and it gives me a feeling of confidence that I will be heard. I highly recommend using the wiring harness and the mounting bracket. They both made things go much quicker and smoother on the installation. It works. It's loud. It's quality
November 17, 2015
Ride:
2010 Triumph Speedmaster
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Loudest Horn Ever!!!
People know to get the heck out of my way now. I had to lay into the horn for a dummy that was coming right for me in town the other day and everyone within a 1/4 mile turned around to see what was going on. Fantastic product
November 3, 2014
Ride:
2014 Kawasaki KLR650
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
1 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
2001 KLR 650 install
This horn is loud.
Everything works great, especially with the wiring harness.
If you have a first gen KLR 650, the best place to mount it is on the right side of the frame above the engine. The bolt that stabilizes the exhaust with the frame works great. After wiring, get a 2 inch long, 1 inch wide piece of flat steel and drill holes in it. One end attaches to the frame and the other to the horn. If you don't want someone to merge into you on the freeway, you need this thing.
March 1, 2016
Ride:
2000 Kawasaki KLR650
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
One extremely loud horn, but not the easiest to get onto the bike
I purchased this horn to replace the wimpy, weak "meep meep" of the stock horn unit on my 2002 BMW F650CS, and man, what an upgrade. Not even the most oblivious of texting drivers will be able to ignore the deafening sound of this horn. Wiring up the horn was a piece of cake, I did have to cut the stock connector off of my horn wiring though as it was a proprietary connector that I couldn't remove from the factory horn to reuse, but aside from that, a few spade connectors, some wire and a bit of heatshrink got the job done nicely. If you're not familiar with either crimping or soldering wires together, I would highly recommend buying the pre-made wiring harness as twisting and taping wires together just will not do. The main installation bugbear I had was trying to mount the thing, it's physically a very large horn and has specific mounting requirements to avoid premature failure. I mounted mine to the stock bracket that I had bent in a vice to angle it correctly, although in this setup, if I hit a pothole the fender just comes up and kisses the bottom of the horn, so I'm going to get some aluminium stock and remake the bracket to move the horn up and back, away from the headlight and away from the fender when the suspension is heavily compressed. If I was going to do it again on my bike, I'd probably get the split version and find somewhere to stash the compressor to make more room for the horn itself.
June 18, 2016
Ride:
2002 BMW F650CS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
2 / 5
A Tight Fit on a 2013 V-Strom 650....WORTH THE EFFORT!
Go from "Pardon Me" to "LOOK OUT COMING THROUGH".

* In December 2015, I purchased the Denali from Revzilla and ordered the other components available: Wiring Harness and Mounting Bracket to mount on my Suzuki V-Strom 650 Adventure.

* First I disconnected the battery, then removed the gas tank for more access to the R/H side instead of removing the R/H side faring which would have been more complicated.

* NOTE: I'm a skinny guy with long fingers so you wider guys might need to remove more plastic than I did for easier access!

* It's a tight squeeze, but the bracket and the horn fits snugly in place, see photos as proof.

* It took me several tries, adjusting the mounting bracket and horn, so everything will comfortably miss the fork leg and barely miss the faring.

* Better safe than sorry while digging around: I used some closed cell 1" wide weather stripping to help cushion the horn from the faring: don't need plastics chaffing each other.

* The wiring harness has minimal instructions that are spelled out in a diagram. No problem at all with the wiring install, and you'll need more zip ties, as usual, than supplied. I like to put a spot of dielectric grease on connections to help prevent corrosion.

* Buttoned everything back together, hooked the battery back up, turned the key and blipped the horn button. Now there's REAL AUTHORITY! RREEAALL AAUUTTHHOORRIITTYY!!

* I can't speak of longevity, since it's January here in NW Minnesota and have a few months before riding weather returns. Since I use a horn sparingly it should last for years.

* I hope this review helps someone.
January 4, 2016
Ride:
1998 Moto Guzzi V11 EV
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
Durability
3 / 5
Perfect look for the Victory Gunner.
Bought it for the blacked out appearance. Quality, sound and install very similar to the Stebel though this one seems to be more robust in that the motor to horn mounting is with screws and a beefier housing versus the Stebel that is clipped on and glued. Unknown long term reliability. Super fast shipping by Rev. Thanks.
November 23, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Even tailgaters back off when a bike sounds like a Mack truck !!!
Great looking , easy to install , and easy to hide on just about any bike. I just installed the Sound Bomb on my VTX 1300R and it is 10 times louder then the stock meep meep horn. I recommend getting the Plug and Play wiring kit that relay keeps you from burning up the stock horn button this thing draws a lot of amps and you do need that relay. My only complaint is with the mount on the horn its not very secure and popped off after a very short ride the wires kept it from falling to the ground so I had to get creative with some hose clamps and it has not moved sense.
October 21, 2014
Ride:
2006 Honda VTX1300R
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
Because cagers are clueless!
Greg P on Sep 24, 2016
I currently have a fiam low note horn and it isn't loud enough at interstate speeds. The reviews from your site and the fact it is a compact horn.
Bob D on Sep 2, 2016
Because cagers are clueless!
Greg P on Sep 24, 2016
This horn has a serious noise level!
Kurtis M on Sep 4, 2016
I currently have a fiam low note horn and it isn't loud enough at interstate speeds. The reviews from your site and the fact it is a compact horn.
Bob D on Sep 2, 2016
After being run off the road twice in a roundabout, I figured it was time to upgrade my oem horn.
Chad D on Aug 29, 2016
Compact ,fitment , the right horn for my bike.
Luis G on Aug 29, 2016
This horn is definitely "The Bomb". I bought one for each of my 5 motorcycles. This is the first horn I have ever had that gets you instant respect!
anton w on Aug 12, 2016
Its a must on any bike. I refuse to be silent.
Pedro E on Aug 12, 2016
super loud sounds like a train and makes people jump when you get on it
Kyle V on Aug 11, 2016
Some things have changed in the last 30 years in the world of moto. Some things have not. Manufacturers continue to spec squeaky, anemic horns. With a helmet and hearing protection I cannot hear my OWN horn at 60 mph!! Hands full phone users and texters BEWARE, here I come.
L I on Jul 27, 2016
Want to be heard
Jon M on Jul 13, 2016
couldn't mount this to my 2015 R1. no space to mount.
Owen C on Jun 15, 2016
Have had too many cars and trucks get too close to me - need to let them know of my presence using this horn. The horn is awesome - extremely loud.
LuckyToday on Jun 9, 2016
I chose the Denali Soundbomb because I wanted something that would make the guy about to turn into/in front of me have to change his shorts.
BorisB on Jun 9, 2016
to effectively get the attention of drivers. Louder than a normal bike horn
Brian S on Jun 9, 2016
This horn is LOUD!!
Tim G on Jun 8, 2016
This horn is a must on any bike.
Turk on Jun 4, 2016
See above comment.
Evan S on May 16, 2016
need and up grade
William C on Apr 26, 2016
Needed a better horn for all those cars that cut you off.
Matthew C on Apr 13, 2016
sound and color
Bruce E on Apr 10, 2016
I need to upgrade my vw beetle *meep meep* to a louder horn to get noticed on roads and highways
Richomx on Apr 6, 2016
I had one of these on my last bike. I liked it a lot. They're really loud!
MarkBMW on Mar 31, 2016
These horns are awesome and very easy to install. The split horn is best for some applications
K A on Mar 18, 2016
More reliable than the Stebel Nautilus Compact (been through two, thankfully they make this now.)
Wes37 on Feb 10, 2016
Loudness to get noticed!
Mikel M on Jan 26, 2016
I wanted a louder horn and all the reviews are great.
peter s on Dec 31, 2015
it's the only compact horn i could find that was all black, and the sound sample i heard online was amazing through my two little tiny computer speakers. install looks pretty easy. I can't wait to install it, and see for myself.
RJ F on Dec 30, 2015
This horn is ridiculously loud... I mean, really, so loud you *will* be scaring people.
Gets driver's attention very quickly!
Ryan T on Dec 30, 2015
This is one loud horn. Well worth the money but hard to mount.
Troy P on Dec 20, 2015
I wanted a loud sounding horn for my bike.
Jair S on Dec 19, 2015
it was a great price
MARVIN W on Dec 18, 2015
Needed to be able to make a statement when needed. From the YouTube videos I heard, I think it is just what I need.
John P on Dec 17, 2015
I wanted a louder horn to wake up cagers, the specs for this horn were in the range I wanted
Dean G on Dec 17, 2015
I bet this horn is the Bomb!
Roberto M on Dec 17, 2015
Wanted to replace the pethetic squeeker that came on the bike.
George S on Dec 16, 2015
sounded best
Richard C on Dec 7, 2015
its loud
Jeffrey L on Dec 3, 2015
I live In N.J. So I can wake people up when they are on the highway and texting n driving at the same time
Maxmilian H on Nov 29, 2015
Reviews
Andrew G on Nov 25, 2015
I don't want to get killed
Roger B on Nov 22, 2015
Replacement for the one I already purchased and am (unfortunately) returning due to a physical manufacturing defect on the mounting bracket.
TRPonSV650 on Nov 22, 2015
Get's people out of the way plus the construction of this unit is quality.. Although on a ZX14, you have to make your own bracket and since I am running a double horn.. It's super loud..
Oceanrider on Nov 11, 2015
good reviews & my factory horn sux
Mike F on Nov 2, 2015
I read a good reviews for this horn..
nicolas v on Oct 31, 2015
Husband requested this as a birthday gift.
Margaret L on Oct 26, 2015
Why not scare the BaJesus out of lane travelers! :)~
Christopher S on Sep 17, 2015
so people hear my coming!
Peter R on Aug 31, 2015
Price plus ratings plus free shipping
David M on Aug 22, 2015
safety
Sergio V on Aug 21, 2015
It's loud! Gets the attention when you need it (or want to vent, LOL).
Justin H on Aug 11, 2015
This horn has a serious noise level!
Kurtis M on Sep 4, 2016
After being run off the road twice in a roundabout, I figured it was time to upgrade my oem horn.
Chad D on Aug 29, 2016
I read one of the reviews and was it correct that the unit can be disassembled to have the pump and horn seperate? If so how much tubing is between them? I'm thinking of this for my '07 Shadow Spirit 1100 and so it doesn't stick out like a wart on a witches nose I'm wondering if I could try to bury the compressor under my seat and the horn down under on the frame.
A shopper on Apr 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I installed it on my 2014 R1200GS and separated the horn and compressor with about 16" of tubing. It seems to work just fine. I don't think the length of the tube should matter that much (within reason) but I wonder if there would be a lag time between when you activate the horn switch and it actually goes off? Maybe you should test it with tubing before you install it to confirm and ensure you're happy with it.
The horn itself is good and loud. I've only used it a few times and got the persons attention :)
Can this be rigged with an independent horn button? The horn button on my NC700X is not easy to access in an emergency.
A shopper on Apr 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can do this. You will need the (optional) "Plug-N-Play Wiring Harness" which has the needed fuse and relay needed to safely run this horns high current draw -- Do NOT upgrade the wimpy OEM horns without using a relay! Aftermarket momentary-contact switches are available which you can locate where you want on the bike: search a good parts site for a "mini-push-button-switch" for one possible example.
Depending on your skills and obsession with clean installations, this is a 2- or 3-beer project.
Hello, I want plug it into my F800GS 2014. But my BMW have CANBUS system. I want to buy wire for CANBUS. Where can I buy?
NGUYEN DUY L on Aug 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Best to use a electronic power distribution module to wire accessories to newer CANBUS systems. They won't interfere with the CANBUS operation, they allow several accessories to be used at the same time while providing protection and eliminate the need to use relays for high power switching.
Is there any current draw when the horn is not being used?
Will there be any electrical issues installing on a Honda VTR100F (superhawk)?
Jonathan C on Jun 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm not savvy enough with the electronics to confirm if there is a current draw when the horn is in "standby" mode waiting to be used, which is 99.5% of the time. I haven't found any issues since installing it. I couldn't install the Soundbomb in the same location as the stock squeeker horn that came with my bike (2014 BMW R1200GS) because it got in the way of the suspension. I extended the factory wiring harness leads to a new location and it has worked very well.
Sorry I can't speak more specifically to the electronic questions.
I have a 2012 BMW F650gs bike with the Denali Soundbomb Compact Air Horn work with this? Do I need the wiring harness too?
Marcia S on Oct 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I am not familiar with that exact bike but in most cases you just have to find a spot to mount it. It can be behind the fairings or underneath the forks, wherever, believe me, it is going to be heard. Regarding the wire harness, unless you know how to build a harness of your own and wire the relay that comes with it, buy the kit.
Ron
Will this work on a 2013 suzuki dr650? Do I need any other wiring with it to hook it up?
A shopper on Jul 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have a friend who owns a 2005 Kawasaki ZX6R 636. Hers was mounted underneath the fuel tank. I believe she purchased the harness and relay. I have a 2006 Triumph Sprint ST 1050. Mine is mounted to the frame inside of the fairing just below the radiator. My shop also fabricated a cover to help protect it from the elements.

FYI: Denali now makes a horn which is made in 2 parts separated by wiring to make it easier to mount on smaller bikes. Maybe you should look into that.
I plan on replacing the OEM horn on a '09 Vulcan 900 Classic and have narrowed it down to the Denali Soundbomb and the Wolo Big Bad Max Air. I'd like to get opinions on each of these including ease of installation, quality and more importantly sound. They seem to have different pitches and I'm wondering which is better?
Donald S on Nov 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I can speak to the ease of installation. I used the plug and play harness with the Denali Soundbomb and made my own bracket out of a small u-bolt from a cable clamp and a short piece of flat bar since the mounting kit for the Suzuki V-Strom was out of stock. The plug and play harness made the installation a snap. I love the sound...it has a little deeper tone than a comparable product that my brother installed on his Versys. I can't speak to the comparison against the Wolo, however as I don't know of anyone who has used that in my riding circles. Great quality by the way. First test honk from the horn made me jump. Louder than I had expected.
Can this be hooked to original wiring ? I have a 2005 Suzuki Boulevard, Thanks
A shopper on Jun 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The installation instructions are provided on the product page, read them.
The pocket watch sized stock horn uses about 20 gauge wires. These will not safely carry the current for an air horn. Install as indicated by the instructions.
I am wanting to fit this on my 2013 FLSTF (Harley Fatboy) - any additional mounting hardware or relays are required?
Jainiti S on Sep 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have no Harley mounting advice.
You will need to buy the wiring harness that is a second purchase item. This harness includes a relay.

Impressive horn. Will make your Harley even louder.
Ed
I am fairly proficient in doing oil changes, changing out spark plugs and air filters on my bike. So taking off the fairings is not a major problem for me. I am curious if installation of this air horn on a 2015 BMW S1000 RR requires an special modifications to the bike. Or is it as simple as finding a good spot on the frame and mounting it on it? Also do I need to wire the horn directly to the battery or can I hook it up to the OEM horn's wiring harness?
A shopper on Jun 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This is a wonderfully powerful horn; however, it requires ample power to make it work. The standard factory wiring on most bikes will not likely allow this horn to work by simply swapping out with the factory horn.
You will need to install the relay that Denali provides with the horn and run direct wiring to the bike's battery or fuse box using a 30amp fuse. The relay acts as go between of the oem horn wires, Denali horn, and power source.
There are wiring kits that you can buy that make installing the horn easier for you. I elected to run my own wiring. While my own wiring required more time and effort, I was able to choose the quality of the wiring, insulation, connectors, etc. that were to be used.
For me, finding the installation spot of the horn was the most difficult part of the install. In my case, I bought a customized bracket to fit the horn to the bike, which make the install look like factory. You would not likely know its even there, until I point it out. Plus, I kept my horn working too. For the price, this horn is fantastic. It really does get people's attention.