Denali soundbomb

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dan 1290
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Denali soundbomb

Post by dan 1290 » Fri Jun 02, 2017 10:47 pm

If someone is interested.
I purchased the Denali soundbomb, the mounting bracket (for the super adventure 1290) and the plug&play wire kit.
Everything fits easy and perfectly on my SDR 2015.
No errors and it is crazy loud.

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dan 1290
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Re: Denali soundbomb

Post by dan 1290 » Fri Jun 23, 2017 10:56 pm

- UPDATE -
Never mind, for so reason I started getting "General Failure" code this week, it clears when I stop and restart the bike but come right back when I use the horn again. :roll:
This really sucks !!!

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Re: Denali soundbomb

Post by eternal » Thu Oct 26, 2017 7:49 pm

Looks a little vulnerable down there, prone to tip-over, stones, dirt and water splash but, great for sound and looks! I also got a SoundBomb (looks just like the old Stebel/Nautilus I had on my FZ1.) Not sure whether this has any bearing on the dash light problem but back then we were soldering a diode between the 2 motor wires to prevent excess electrical feedback (after horn use) through the relay which eventually erodes the connections there resulting in relay failure. Diodes are one-way 'gates' that allow current through but prevent it coming back so excess current is kept in a constant loop going through the motor (which is harmless) and not the relay.

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Re: Denali soundbomb

Post by dan 1290 » Thu Oct 26, 2017 11:49 pm

Here's Denali's reply to my email:

Daniel,

Hello! Thank you for your email. Sorry to hear you are having issues. The Soundbomb is indeed canbus compatible, however canbus systems generally have a set operating tolerance for variation in resistance / draw at a set point in their system. Some bikes can have narrower ranges than others. We have found that KTMs are especially sensitive. The only workaround we have been informed of is to retain the bikes OEM horn in addition to the Soundbomb horn so that the bike continues to register the proper resistance. If this is not a solution to your liking you are also welcome to contact us at 888-524-7921 and set up a return.

If you have any further questions please feel free to contact us.

Best regards,

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