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    rabid reader dbrick's Avatar
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    Santa Cruz CA

    Fiamm horns

    The new-to-me R1200R has a wimpy horn. I have a pair of Fiamms on the RS that work very well. I see two different series of Fiamms now available:

    72002 (high)/72012 (low)


    72102(high)/72112 (low).

    They look like the same physical size. The latter series is called "Freeway Blaster," and the specs given at Amazon show a bit more sound.

    Anyone have any specific information about or experience with these products?
    Last edited by dbrick; 10-08-2010 at 03:32 AM.
    David Brick
    Santa Cruz CA
    2007 R1200R

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    I haven't actually bought a Fiam horn for years, but I've never seen a bad Fiam product. I've seen some cheap knockoffs from across the sea (the other sea) that look like Fiams but don't work like Fiams, but I've not seen a bad Fiam product.
    Paul Glaves - "Big Bend", Texas U.S.A
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    Eastern KY
    O'reilly Auto parts will get you either one & they are loud enough. You will need to splice the wire ends and some heat shrink connections will improve the job.

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    Scottish Transplant Picinisco's Avatar
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    The Desert Southwest, AZ

    eBAy Fiamm Horns

    The name Fiamm draws a lot of bids on eBay but here is a secret. Do not tell anyone. Volvo and Saab car horns are Fiamm but if the seller just lists them as Volvo or Saab, bidders looking for the Fiamm name miss these postings.
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