I received my Denali Mini Sound Bomb (MSB) from RevZilla today and installed it (sort of) on my '16 Versys 1000 LT. I have installed two previous Mini Sound Bombs on my 2009 Vulcan 900 Classic LT and my wife's 2009 Vulcan 500. Both installations went smoothly and the horns worked great (although I had to trim the housing of the horn on the 900 so it wouldn't impact the front fender when the front shocks compressed - simple mod though, and it didn't impact the effectiveness of the horn.
During my install today, however, I ran into several problems, and the horn still doesn't work... First of all, the threaded mounting pin on the rear of the MSB is much shorter than the pin on the rear of the stock horn so you can't utilize Kawasaki's rubber mounting configuration. I jury-rigged a system that worked, but it deadens the sound of the horn significantly. Secondly, the MSB is nearly three times as thick (front-to-back) as the OEM horn, and although I finally managed to get it bolted on using the original bracket, it comes in contact with the front forks when the handle bars are turned to the extreme left or right. So at this point the horn doesn't work, and I am trying to determine a new mounting strategy (I really like the horn!).
I really like Doug Just Doug's idea of mounting it below the radiator, but I am curious about the effect of exhaust heat and road flack on the MSB housing - it doesn't appear that substantial to me a looks like it wants to be in a protected spot. I would also like to know how Doug Just Doug extended the wiring to reach the horn - home brewed extension or something from the aftermarket?
"Not all who wander are lost."---Gandalf Grayhame