Now that seems an interesting idea since I'm always having trouble finding the horn when I need it. But I can see some issues. First the arrangement becomes non standard. I'm not sure if every bike has its horn on the left, if that's the case then other riders/owners could get confused. Personally I've now got used to the funny left right switches.
OK, so now for the practicals. I've had my '97 switches all apart to clean them. The 'push switches' are just that - no more than 2 wires each, simple push to make for 'on'.
The horn/switch rockers have different colors/legends and are handed so can't be swapped. The horn is on a relay so the low curent handling of both switches is the same.
If you are happy to have something different and won't worry about the switch colors/legends it's easy to do the swap since you are just talking 2 pairs of wires. I don't like quoting wire colors because they can be different, so check the Clymer wiring diagram. From memory, both handlebar wires arrive in the wiring junction box that sits on the right side under the tank. That's where I would go to do the switchover. Running wires right/left/right across the bike will be very untidy.
Finally, if somebody has added an Autoswitch on the indicator cancel, make sure that wire moves across too, else you'll find you need to hit the horn to put on the PIAA's!
I'd be interested to know how you find it works out after trying the mod. You could still end up hitting the new cancel/old horn and putting the left indicator on, but that's less likely if you rely mostly on self cancel and don't have Autoswitch.
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