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Anyone have an aftermarket horn on their Cross Country? I'm not too impressed with the stock horn.
 

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I'm with you on the horn issue cheers

My pre-victory custom bike had the same horn issue. I purchased a Wolo Loud One low tone horn which worked great.

I just picked my 2011 XC up last week and haven't had the chance to find where it is on my new ride.

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The FIAMM horn is probably an easier and cheaper option than the Wolo or Stebel as the latter needs a relay and the FIAMM is plug & go. I had a Stebel on a previous bike, and they are reat attention getters, but finding a place to mount them can be tricky.
 

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Yep; this is one of those times when function over form rules. I saw a similar one on ebay for about $20 but it was chromed and it look like the opening faced down instead of sideways which would be better for rain.

I found a set of clock and thermometer stick-on/glue-on for the JP and they turned out great for $63 delivered. The 3M double-sided tape will work but I'm going to put my hot glue gun to some use as well.

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Be sure to look for the coupon code at the top right hand of the page to keep your total price for both of them down to $63.

I apologize if I'm stealing someone elses thunder on the clock/thermometer thing but I'm sure there are lots of people like me on a very tight budget right now.
 
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