Sirene position at GL 2005


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Kriboganteng
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Sirene position at GL 2005

Postby Kriboganteng » Thu Jan 10, 2013 12:36 pm



Hi, i'm Yos from Indonesia. i want to ask an opinion from all GL users.
Where is the best and simple position will you put your sirene?
because now i'm put it at the left engine guard, and it's became a serious issue, when i take a sharp turn to the left, that sirene touch the ground, and it's freaking me out.
someone told me to install it somewhere near the cover time belt, maybe under or behind it, but i dont still get it, because there is no place anymore for sirene.
so i'm here to ask you guys, where do you install the sirene :)

Best regards



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Re: Sirene position at GL 2005

Postby FlyBoy2121 » Thu Jan 10, 2013 5:21 pm

I Kriboganteng

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Re: Sirene position at GL 2005

Postby themainviking » Thu Jan 10, 2013 8:10 pm

Kriboganteng wrote:so i'm here to ask you guys, where do you install the sirene :)

Best regards


I do not have a siren on my bike - I am not police. In my country, I am pretty sure it is against the law to use a siren while driving except in a parade.
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Re: Sirene position at GL 2005

Postby Kriboganteng » Thu Jan 10, 2013 8:42 pm

I do not have a siren on my bike - I am not police. In my country, I am pretty sure it is against the law to use a siren while driving except in a parade.

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indeed sir, i would use it for parades too. because i'm never horn the sirene while i'm ridding alone or with my friends :)

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Re: Sirene position at GL 2005

Postby jfgray » Fri Feb 01, 2013 8:29 am

There are suppliers who make low profile siren horns meant for motorcycles - specifically for police vehicles. One of the smaller units would probably fit below the front cowling. I'd just make sure that the speaker horn completely clears the plastic on the bike and faces forward - or the sound will echo through the front cowling and be quite loud for the rider!

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Re: Sirene position at GL 2005

Postby artgrantz » Fri Feb 01, 2013 4:49 pm

FlyBoy2121 wrote:I Kriboganteng

Look the picture

FlyBoy2121 :D


Love the picture. Your lady has a big smile on her face.

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Re: Sirene position at GL 2005

Postby FlyBoy2121 » Fri Feb 01, 2013 9:57 pm

I artgrantz

His not my Lady, and it is not me.

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artgrantz wrote:
FlyBoy2121 wrote:I Kriboganteng

Look the picture

FlyBoy2121 :D


Love the picture. Your lady has a big smile on her face.




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