Thanks for the key Rob... BTW, both the 650 and 1100 have EXACTLY the same size/style key. Now the bonus... the 1100 key you made for me also starts the 650!!! ... works on all key locations on both bikes!! Woot! <happycamper!>
OH MY, I HAVE NOT BEEN THIS IMPRESSED FOR A LONG TIME
I wont post the details, just in case Rob doesn't want it posted
suffice it to say, AWESOME
end result, I have single key that fits my 89 AND my 96 KZP, just by flipping the key, as mentioned in a post earlier. that's not even why I'm impressed, getting there was the impressive part
89 KZ1000 Police (fully dressed)
96 KZ1000 Police (fully dressed)
86 KZ1000 Police (Parts bike, parts available for sale)
04 Ninja 250
frahg1 wrote: Hi friend´s, i need a kz440 key code (222-323)
Im, from mexico,
Might help to send a PM ( personal message ) to rstnick...
Names Rob , for a key
SEND PM WITH BOTM NOMINATIONS
Original owner 78 1000 LTD
Mr Turbo Race Kit, MTC 1075 Turbo pistons by PitStopPerformance , Falicon Ultra Lite Super Crank, APE everything. Les Holt @ PDM's Billet Goodies . Frame by Chuck Kurzawa @ Logghe Chassis . Deep sump 5qt oil pan. RIP Bill Hahn
Keep track of your keys!! Make sure you have a spare!!
Yesterday we had a guy come in (to autozone) on a cbr (nice bike btw) he got a week ago, he dropped his key while in the store. Another customer stole it. We knew who it was (a known thief), but he wouldn't admit to it and company policy prevented us from doing anything else about it. That was the guys only key. He pushed it home. If there is somewhere that is very hard to notice, keep a key on the bike! For example on my versys behind the front fairing is a good spot, requires allen wrench to take the fairings off and you have to remove other parts before you can take that fairing off. I only know this because I dropped my key in the bike once and my allens were under my (locked) seat. I had a spare at my house, but I had to get a ride home to get it.
I have a spare for each of my bikes, the one I dropped I recovered when I got home. It was behind the front fairing. Just thought I would share the story and hopefully get some people to consider a back up plan while they are out and about, not just have one at home.