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Denali Soundbomb Compact Air Horn
  • Denali Soundbomb Compact Air Horn
  • Denali Soundbomb Compact Air Horn
  • Denali Soundbomb Compact Air Horn
  • Denali Soundbomb Compact Air Horn
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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.


  • 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.


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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

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

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miniature train horn I took more off than I needed to but I had a hard time with the picture provided for the install. On the V-strom you are looking down behind the fairing in front of the gas tank for the 1/2" round bar that supports the fairing and headlights. With that said removing the right side fairing made installation easier as well as running the wiring harness on that side. It is loud and obnoxious, mission accomplished. Also, for installation the factory horn is mounted behind the radiator on the left side of the bike just below the gas tank, I don't know why but it took me a while to find it. May 18, 2015
Da Bomb Cover your ears! This thing is loud. Installation was not too bad since I knew right away that it was going to be a custom job. I have a Honda NC700XD. There was no way this thing was going to fit where the original roadrunner sounding horn was located. I created a slick looking bracket assembly out of a Suzuki foot peg mount (powder coated black finish) and mounted it on the side frame. It looks like it belongs on the bike. I did all custom wiring and loom from parts at local auto parts store. The parts are all multi-packs so I now have enough wire a few more bikes (which I am planning on doing). I have not used the horn on the road, yet - thankfully. But, I have needed to in the past which is why I got it. I can tell you for certain that the horn is literally deafening. You will get noticed. May 12, 2015
Denali Sound Bomb is definitely the way to go Bought this for my bike to add extra sound awareness when needed because of too many experiences with motorist not paying attention. Works like a charm! May 11, 2015
Looks OEM Just the right amount of loud. Cars are now un able to ignore me. April 25, 2015
It Rocks! The Denali Sound bomb is a must have if you want to get drivers attention. You will need a little patience for installing but I finally finished and like the results. I also used the plug and play wire harness and had to splice into my horn wires on the BMW 800 GSA. April 5, 2015
Loud. Yep, it's loud & that's the point. Catches the attention of those distracted or inattentive drivers. Worth the investment. Mounted nicely inside the right hand fairing with the mounting kit for the 650 Suzuki VStrom & Plug & Play wiring bundle. March 23, 2015
Well worth the money! Very easy to install. Makes your bike sound like a big rig. You will get peoples attention. March 14, 2015
horn died after 1 months use Purchased this horn for my spyder. Had it installed by my dealer/mechanic it is not working after only 1 months 1700 miles of use. I'm being told i have to rip it out along with the plug and play wiring (which my mechanic says is sending power properly) and send it all back and wait for repair/replacement. Not happy about riding without a horn. March 12, 2015
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Denali Soundbomb Compact Air Horn
Already Asked: 7 Questions, 43 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Daniel M: Wanted a loud horn with out a loud price Mar 25, 2015
Zenon B: Denali has a good reputation and the reviews of this product were generally positive. Mar 19, 2015
William T: who doesnt want a louder horn? Mar 17, 2015
Craig B: Loudest horn I could find...and I'm horny. Mar 14, 2015
Robert W: I had one of these on a previous bike and they work well as they are very loud and far surpass the volume of the stock horn. Feb 16, 2015
L O: Daily commuter on a sport bike, in Seattle, rain or shine. Get missed on the freeway all the time. Now they will be able to hear me. Feb 13, 2015
Aaron J: Because, I don't want to die when I ride, and from the reviews, this was the best choice! Feb 2, 2015
Kathleen A: Birthday present for my son. Jan 31, 2015
james k: Wanted to be heard on the roads, factory horn wasn't cutting it. Jan 6, 2015
Shane J: Love my bike but the horn is too soft for a commuter bike so I thought it would be a good purchase to rattle up some cagers if they got too close Dec 26, 2014
J A: I like the design of it and believe it will work and look great on my modified KLR650. Dec 12, 2014
Ian B: Looking for a loud horn to make my presence know and this seems to do just that. If it does not fit the bike, it will fit the car. Nov 13, 2014
Omondi A: Simply put. This thing might one day save my life. Oct 22, 2014
Jeff K: Excellent online reviews. Great demo video. Oct 13, 2014
Keanu F: We will see if it fits nicely on my 2015 Yamaha FZ07 Oct 11, 2014
timothy s: loud Oct 1, 2014
Daniel B: I'm sick and tired of my puny OEM horn not cutting it. This will hopefully make my presence known to the idiot cagers. Sep 19, 2014
JAKOB B: u know why i chose this Sep 16, 2014
Bob M: Positive reviews, loud, and compact. Sep 11, 2014
Cliff H: I needed a horn that's louder than my anemic stock horn. The Denali has what I'm looking for in sound and tone, and has a much more "finished" look than other horns of this type, while being more compact. Sep 4, 2014
James M: To replace the original too quiet horn Sep 2, 2014
William H: No such thing as a too-loud horn. I wish manufacturers would include horns like this as stock, but until they do I'll be putting these in every bike I own. Aug 20, 2014
M I: Because you stock it!!! - I had been looking at the Stebel but it had some bad reviews .

I wanted the plug and play wiring kit as well but it's out of stock - will you ship it for free when it come in ?
Aug 4, 2014
A S: Because I almost got squished spltting lanes yesterday and the monster SUV cage dweller did not even stir when I hit my puny BMW horn... Jul 24, 2014
Francisco S: Best solution to replace small horn came whit the bike.. Jun 22, 2014
Michael S: being overlooked in traffic can be a death sentence Jun 21, 2014
A shopper asked: Can this be rigged with an independent horn button? The horn button on my NC700X is not easy to access in an emergency. Apr 4, 2015
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William H: 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.
Apr 5, 2015
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Aric W: Of course, the only limiting factor is your wiring ability. This horn likely draws quite a bit more power than most factory original horns so full wiring is the safe route. You need fused power to a relay, then to the horn. Run the negative from the horn to ground. Then run signal wires from the relay up to your preferred switch. Apr 5, 2015
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Ron G W: Yes Apr 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: 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. Apr 20, 2015
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Dave D: 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 :)
Apr 21, 2015
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Austin L: I'm about as mechanically savvy as a blind man flying a spaceship. I do not know if you can take this unit apart. I will admit that mine sticks out a fair bit, so I see why you would want to take it apart if possible. I have seen a few brackets at lowes and Home Depot that could be used to mount it sideways and more flush. You honestly don't notice it after a while and the few times I've had to use it, I didn't care the location, it's louder than all get out and gets everyone's attention. Apr 20, 2015
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Alex K: The unit is a single piece and cannot be separated. Well, not without breaking it anyway. =p Apr 21, 2015
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SIMON P: it's a sealed unit, you cannot take it or dissemble the horn. It's a complete unit. Apr 28, 2015
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Don S asked: 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? Nov 12, 2014
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Jeff K: 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. Nov 12, 2014
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Josef B: Im not sure about the Wolo but I know I love my Denali, if you arent good with wiring then it might be a bit confusing but there are instructions online that tell you how to wire it up exactly. The hardest thing is finding a place to put it on your bike but I just used an L bracket to attach it to the lower radiator mount under my right fairing and its been working great for me! Just do a search to find some videos on them and compare, but I liked my Denali so much that Im going to order another for my car. It sounds like a train horn that is slightly higher pitched in my oppinion but it still sounds low enough for me. Hope this helped! Nov 12, 2014
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Daniel J: Denali sound bomb has a loud tone , easily heard that makes for a worthy after maket horn. It is bulky and mounting option is most important In deciding to buy. It is easy to install. If you do your own maintenance you can buy the parts for wiring Or pay 25 for ready built harness. I can not give you a comparison but I do reccommend if you do not mind mounting it outside on crash bars or look at a mounting point big enough around the guts or your motorcycle. Nov 12, 2014
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wayne k: Hi. I cant speek for the wolo, but the denali is great. Loud and really great tone. You have to know how to hook up a relay for installing. If you dont use a relay the fuse will blow right away.
Very hsppy with the quality of the denali. Great horn. Sounds like a tractor trailer.
Nov 12, 2014
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Ibrahim M asked: Hi Team,

Would it fit 2012 Harley Davidson Roadking?, I kow it's universal, but I really don't want to have hard time.


Ibrahim Marmoush
Apr 28, 2015
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Kirt M: Yes, I would "think" it should fit. I mounted mine on a 2014 BMW K1300S which has fairings and relatively little space but was able to find a mount. Also I found running the ground wire "directly" to the battery ground facilitated a successful install. And for the record, this thing is loud and does a great job letting others know you are there. Install/Directions were easy to follow; look on soundbomb device next to connectors and there is a "+" / "-" for the connections. Apr 28, 2015
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Ibrahim M: Thanks Kirt, this is very helpful my friend, I appreciate your input. Apr 28, 2015
SIMON P: hi Ibrahim,

I install the horn on a suzuki bandit. It was easy for me to install the horn. I bought 2 more for my friend after he heard the horn, He install his on a kawasaki concour 1400 and his truck.

On a harley, you must have more then enough room to fit the horn. You might have to fabricate a bracket to install the horn. D'ont forget to install a relay with a 25 amp fuse. it draws a lot of juice.

Hope it help's

Apr 28, 2015
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Ibrahim M: Hi Simon,

Thanks a lot my friend, very helpful indeed.
Appreciate the help.

Ibrahim Apr 28, 2015
Jeff H: Have you checked to see if they (Denali) have a bracket to fit your bike?
If so, just bolt it on. If not, I recommend building a small box using the dimensions so you have a physical size to check for a fit.
When it's in your hand it's bigger than you might think, however it's not super heavy so (If you build one) it doesn't need a monster sized bracket.
Apr 29, 2015
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Ibrahim M: Thanks Jeff, will try that too.

Ibrahim Apr 29, 2015
A shopper asked: How would I go about installing this on a 13' Yamaha R6, as I have not seen any reviews or videos on how to to do due to the lack of space and fairings? Oct 19, 2014
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Daniel B: Although I installed this on my KLR 650, I also have an R1, so I know sport bikes as well. Since a sport bike is designed to be compact, there is really no way to get it mounted inside of the fairing on one. My recommendation to mount it on the R6 would be to bolt it under the frame portion of the tail section of the bike. All you will need is to go to Home Depot and get a small L bracket (you'll see what I mean once your sound bomb arrives). Then just find any bolt on your bike under the tail section, remove it, put the bolt back in with the L bracket attached, then mount the new horn. Super easy. I highly recommend ordering the wiring harness that RevZilla has for it. It makes wiring it a breeze. Oct 19, 2014
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James M: The mount doesn't work on my 2014 kawasaki Ninja 300, but I was manage to ziptie it inside the side fairing without any problem, a bit tight but it also help secure the horn in place. Oct 19, 2014
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Shepherd M: Hi, Would you mind sharing the pics? I also bought this and I am looking for best option to mount it Feb 14, 2015
A S asked: Hi, how are you? I have a 2012 Suzuki GSXR-1000 that I want to install this horn to, is it compatible with this bike? which bracket and harness would you suggest? thanks for your help Dec 18, 2014
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SIMON P: Hi AS. This horn is a universal fit but you have to install a relay (that's already in the box) because it draws 20amps. You have to locate the horns on your bike fist. If the soundbomb doesn't fit at the original location,remove your fairings and find a location to install the horn, but keep it away from the exhaust area. You can modify the original bracket if necessary and use it to install the soudbomb on the new location. Wiring wise, I made my own wiring and I wired the relay using the oem wires from the horn and adding the rest of the wires to complete the electrical system. Hope it helps. Happy holidays Dec 18, 2014
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