Kuryakyn Hornet Deer Alert
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Kuryakyn Hornet Deer Alert• Regardless of speed, the Hornet Deer Alert produces a sound pressure of 120 db• Under most circumstances it is resistant to contamination, although regular inspection and cleaning is recommended• Proper placement is essential for maximum performance• Detailed instructions make for an easy, effective installation• There is no substitute for driver awareness, but the Hornet is the best defense available against a deer collision• The Hornet includes a universal mounting bracket, basic hardware and a switch• A separate motorcycle wiring kit is available and includes a harness and switch specifically designed for use on a motorcycle, while not required, it will make the installation much neater• Optional Kuryakyn P-clamps, sold separately, work great on many motorcycles to assist in mounting the Hornet to frames or engine guards• The Hornet Deer alert is designed for universal fit on any motorcycle with a 12-volt electrical system
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pondnut Posted :
Kind of noisy at a stop or low speeds. At highway speed it is fine. The base frequency used to set up the ground wave is 5kHz, this is the reason it can be heard so well. Make sure you add a switch to it. As for testing with deer.. I wont know until later this season.
pondnut Posted :
Works as advertised. I added a fuel filter to it as well as clear fuel line so I know the line is empty when I store it. Very handy IMHO.
Garagedude Posted :
I purchased this for the obvious reason, deer. I live in a highly deer-populated area and felt I needed something. The whistle is well made, nicely chromed, and has a nice selection of brackets and bolts to fit any bike. The only reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars is the whistle is pretty loud. You can easily hear it with the bike turned off and pretty bothersome. If your bike is really quite I would not buy it. I couldn't here it with my bike running, but its a bored-out Harley with headers. If you can put up with a high pitched whistle then go for it.
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