Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: western Massachusetts
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You're right, a covered location is a good idea. Also, make sure the trumpet points down so water does not collect inside, which will ruin the reed.
You can split the compressor and the trumpet and mount them separately. Just use some plastic tubing to connect the output of the compressor to the input of the trumpet. I split mine and reconnected them in reverse order (a big zip tie did the trick) and used plastic tubing as described. This allowed me to attach the horn's bracket to a simple piece of aluminum stock that I bent to shape and attached under the left side side panel. That's on my '08, not sure how it would work on later years.
In any case, the horn is WAAAAY louder than stock, so however you end up mounting it, it's a good idea.
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