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    Horn position

    Hi all I was just interested where people positioned their horn.

    I have a AK AC Cobra gen II with Chevy 383 stoker conversion. Im using the AK wiring lume which suggests that it should be positioned somewhere front right. Not sure if there is any IVA requirements for the positions?

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    Most utilise one of the bolts that protrude through the body on the inner front offside wing just in front of the oval body holes. That is where the AK wiring loom finishes
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    Yeah that's where I was thinking... I would like it to be a bit more on display but not sure where else it could go.

    Thanks for your help.

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    Mine comes off the bolt that hold the top radiator mount, adjacent to the expansion bottle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonym View Post
    Mine comes off the bolt that hold the top radiator mount, adjacent to the expansion bottle.
    Mine is in the same place as Tone's. I have modified the horn bracket ,so that the horn is facing forward.
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    Mines where it should be in the middle of the steering wheel but then I have a Sierra column.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TINKA View Post
    Mines where it should be in the middle of the steering wheel but then I have a Sierra column.

    So where is your horn switch Martin???
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonym View Post
    So where is your horn switch Martin???
    Oops must read the post properly next time

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    Shouldn't a car of this nature have twin horns?
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