FIAMM Mini Blaster Twin pack for when you need to be heard...
This is a horn designed specially for the limited space on a modern motorcyle and with features that will withstand the harsh outdoor environment encountered on a motorcyle.
Now you can buy a twin pack of FIAMM mini blaster horns - one with low tone, one with high tone. Louder than a single FIAMM mini blaster.
Legality: ECE homologated
Maximum loudness: 119 dB
Type of sound: low and high tone tone.
Metal parts treatment: zinc plated
Trumpet material: ABS plastic.
Size: 85mm x 90mm x 58mm for EACH horn
Note: Low and high note.
Horns are paired
Other information: horns are left and right handed.
Also includes: fitment bracket and relay.
R1200RT - see below for more details
K1200RS/GT and most early BMW's.
For the F800GS, R1200ST, K1200S and K1200R use the FIAM Mini Blaster horn or Master Blaster horn.
Fit most larger Japanese touring bikes and all Triumphs.
For other bikes check the measurements of the horns combined - often one will fit but not 2 !
Not suitable for the more recent Can Bus wired BMW's - the 1200's (except for the R1200RT and R1200 Adventure -SEE BELOW) and F650gs/800S/ST/GS - just not enough space! Go for one of the FIAMM single horns.
R1200RT - notes from one of our customers.
Pre 05 the RTs came with two proper horns fitted, post 05 RTs have all the wiring for two horns, but BMW just taped up the socket for one (see photos) and fitted a small pancake type horn in the location under the handlebars. So it is a simple matter of swapping out the pancake unit for one of the FIAMM's and installing the other on the front nearside (see photos). There is enough room and the Canbus does not have any problem driving both units after all the pre 05 RTs had two units and it seems BMW did not change anything other than taping up the second socket!!
Hope this is of interest to you, when I was upgrading my 08 bike I noted that your website said I could not fit dual horns, but when I found I could and how easy it was I thought I would let you know.
R1200RT - notes from another customers.
Two CAN-BUS leads are the easiest way to fit the horns:
The first FIAMM horn uses the original BMW CAN-BUS connector, unplugged from the original horn, so a CAN-BUS adapter lead is needed.
The trick is that a second horn connector is already there on the R1200RT (except for models from 2011 onwards), it is taped to the front fairing frame tube with the wiring harness towards the left hand side. I just untaped it, used a second CAN-BUS adapter lead (ordered from you) to connect the second FIAMM horn and voilà. No electrical problem whatsoever, nothing special, just push the horn button and a blast of sound comes out...
This is a much cleaner install than a siamese connection to the first horn lead and using two horns on one lead may cause the bike's computer to detect an overcurrent and trip.
Easliy installed the Fiamm twin pack on my Adventure behind the tank side panels works perfectly