Stebel Horn Install on a KGT 1300
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Accessing the Horn connection
The green arrow highlights the location of the horn connector you need to access to set up the trigger for the air horn.
This is on the throttle side of the bike, below the mid way point of the air snorkle intake.
As it is so conjested I decided to remove the air snorkle intake for access.
Prepping the Compressor Mounting Area
Location is now on the Clutch side of the bike.
The red highlighted area is the screw to remove it is a T30 torx.
The ornage wire is my trigger wire for the centech, it is not part of the standard bike.