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WHere can we duplicate the key for our bike?


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That true.. good workman ship also

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I just duplicate at any key maker I see on streets / in shopping center.

Will tell them its bike key. If they ok, then let them do.

Few bucks only :)

 

Lol..... They are talking about those keys build in chip.

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Lol..... They are talking about those keys build in chip.

 

The chip is hidden under the key with the tag above...just take out the tag and u can fing the chip inside...this is wat i saw my mechanic doing for Honda bike

Class 2B - 23 Sep 2008

Class 2A - 10 Nov 2009 Suzuki DRZSMK6 (DEC 09 - MAR 12)

Class 2 - 01 Feb 2011 Ducati Hypermotard 1100S (Mar 12 - Jan 16), Ducati Hypermotard 821 (Jan 16)

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Class 4 - 25 Feb 1999

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Take out the chip from your existing key, and put it into this empty key.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Honda-Motorcycle-Empty-HISS-Key-Case-Cut-to-your-bike-CBR929-Fireblade-VFR800-/140825681333?pt=UK_Motorcycle_Parts&hash=item20c9dd5db5#ht_1909wt_1163

 

Then go to a key shop, duplicate the key pattern. There you go. $25 DIY. :)

 

 

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This key has space for the transponder chip inside it, so all you need to do is take the chip out of you old, broken or worn key, and put it in the new one. Then you are back up and running without the expense of a new ECU and lockset!

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Goodluck Locksmith Service

Address: 152 Jln Besar, Singapore 208870

Hours: 
Saturday    10am–5pm
Sunday    Closed
Monday    10am–5:30pm
Tuesday    10am–5:30pm
Wednesday    10am–5:30pm
Thursday    10am–5:30pm
Friday    10am–5:30pm

Phone: 6298 3673

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23 hours ago, SB said:

Goodluck Locksmith Service

Address: 152 Jln Besar, Singapore 208870

Hours: 
Saturday    10am–5pm
Sunday    Closed
Monday    10am–5:30pm
Tuesday    10am–5:30pm
Wednesday    10am–5:30pm
Thursday    10am–5:30pm
Friday    10am–5:30pm

Phone: 6298 3673

price increase oreadi.. used to be $40 now $60 upwards... for key with transponder

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