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Relocated horns

Discussion in 'X-Runners' started by gunner76137, Mar 29, 2012.

  1. gunner76137

    gunner76137 [OP] Xrunner Junkie

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    After finishing my RGM I needed to relocate my horns,so I got it done today
    Heres where they were.
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    Heres where I moved them.
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    I also painted the silver on the radiator and the red on the supports.
     
  2. The1youluv2hate

    The1youluv2hate Well-Known Member

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    schleygo Well-Known Member

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    Hello from 76001.

    Looks good. I'm about to do the same thing w my horns in a few days, waiting on a satoshi I ordered.

    Did you have to rewire the horns to get them bolted on like that? It looks like the factory wiring goes into one horn then splices off that first plug into the second. Thanks for the help
     
  4. gunner76137

    gunner76137 [OP] Xrunner Junkie

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    Yes, you have to rewire them. I used a peice of wire, some wire cover , and some crimp connectors.
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  5. schleygo

    schleygo Well-Known Member

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    I will follow this. Thanks for the post.
     
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