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    I like the CB350 horn I'm using
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    A 6 volt horn on a 12 volt system, just like a 6 bolt light bulb on a 12 volt system, will likely burn out in pretty much no time.
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    I got this horn off of Amazon for my CM400C. Fits & works perfectly
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    1981 Honda cm200 Twinstar

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    I should add.... I did have to drill the hole a tad larger to get the 8mm bolt through the mounting bracket.
    1981 Honda cm200 Twinstar

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    Do you want to replace the horn, or just get it working again? Mine stopped working and I tweaked the adjustment bolt a little bit and got it working again. You have to back off the set nut and then you can use a screwdriver to turn the bolt in and out. After a little hunting, I was able to get noise out of it, and with some additional adjustments, got the sound back to where it should be.

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    when I bought my 82 450 nighthawk the horn did not work, bought one off ebay from a salvage yard, it also did not work, told them to send me any honda horn with the same electric connections and mount, don`t know what they sent me, but it works great

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