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    Blank Key Online Ordering

    Hey guys,

    Havent posted in a while but I was wondering if anyone has any experience of ordering a blank key for their moto?

    Looking to order it for my 13 Daytona and was told it was $80 for a blank key from the dealer and then I had to get it cut on top of that.

    Had a look online here and found that it can be piked up for less than half of that. Anyone ever use these guys?

    Cheers in advance for any info
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevMc View Post
    Hey guys,

    Havent posted in a while but I was wondering if anyone has any experience of ordering a blank key for their moto?

    Looking to order it for my 13 Daytona and was told it was $80 for a blank key from the dealer and then I had to get it cut on top of that.

    Had a look online here and found that it can be piked up for less than half of that. Anyone ever use these guys?

    Cheers in advance for any info
    Are they immobiliser keys, if so that blanks not going to work.
    Also like yamaha knockoff keys that you can get for a few dollars are cheap plastic, look/feel different with no chip
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    Just paid $78 for a OEM Suzuki key then $15 to get it cut, well worth it, it actually does the job, not sure I'd go a knock off!?

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    Hey KevMc , I haven't seen you for ages ! I bought all my spare Daytona keys on the interwebs for $4 each from China and then got them cut by someone who knew what they were doing. I got quoted about $70 each from triumph for the blanks.
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    Ahh that's right triumph don't put immobilisers in their bikes...

    Carry on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by filbert View Post
    Ahh that's right triumph don't put immobilisers in their bikes...
    2013+ models do
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bean View Post
    2013+ models do
    So a $4 blank from china may not work 😉
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halo_2 View Post
    Are they immobiliser keys, if so that blanks not going to work.
    Also like yamaha knockoff keys that you can get for a few dollars are cheap plastic, look/feel different with no chip
    IF it's just the key that's the issue ie worn/bent then he could probably use a cheap blank, cut the head/chip off the old key and clip it to the new key
    I know guys in the UK that did this with BB keys, have also seen the chip cut out and either put in a seperate fob or even put into a knock off key that was designed to come apart

    If it's because he just doesn't have a key then that will likely mean genuine although given the original post there was no mention of extra costs for coding
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryanoceros View Post
    Hey KevMc , I haven't seen you for ages ! I bought all my spare Daytona keys on the interwebs for $4 each from China and then got them cut by someone who knew what they were doing. I got quoted about $70 each from triumph for the blanks.
    Hey Ryan, yeah man long time. Havent been really out and about on my Triumph in a while.

    Yeah thats what I thought, dropping so much for a blank key was crazy IMO. Ive got my immobilizer and alarm on a separate fob so its not inbuilt thankfully.
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