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Old 02-28-2017, 04:12 PM   #1
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Separated A Stebel Horn To Mount

Tried twice before to mount the Stebel. Its just to big to mount on the Versys 1000 as a full unit. So separated the compressor from the resonator. Fitted a brass fitting got two clamps and some tubing.Mounted the compressor to the stock horn mount and the resonator next to it. The front fairing wouldn't fit so took the stock horn mount off zipped tied the compressor to the lower fairing bracket and the only way to get the fairing on with the resonator was to zip tie it to the compressor so its beneath the compressor....Success. Didn't take any photos of it mounted but what the heck it works and its loud. BTW i broke the excess plastic off the resonator where the compressor was held. Some folks use a dremel i just used some hand tree pruners to cut it off

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