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It became received wisdom that if you lost the keys to your that you were in for an expensive rekeying and lock replacement exercise seems these guys are doing what the Suzuli dealerships should have been offering all along:

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It's for the UK type coded keys and you have to send your ECU off so they can program it to the key.
 

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Before my Burgman I had a Piaggio MP3 and on the forum Modern Vespa, there is a member, JimH who is a locksmith, he has done a lot of keys for members of the forum and has helped a lot of them with questions, including me.

I would highly recommend checking him out for key related questions. He is out of Maine but I believe has done keys for members of Modern Vespa around the world. The name is Absolute Lock and Key and the website is www.allmotorcyclekeys.com.
 

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I have never in 55+ years of owning and driving vehicles lost a key--and 10 of those years were the 60s. I locked one once in the bonnet of a '65 Fiat 850 coupe, but that was it...
 

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+1 Jim is hIghly recommended.

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Before my Burgman I had a Piaggio MP3 and on the forum Modern Vespa, there is a member, JimH who is a locksmith, he has done a lot of keys for members of the forum and has helped a lot of them with questions, including me.

I would highly recommend checking him out for key related questions. He is out of Maine but I believe has done keys for members of Modern Vespa around the world. The name is Absolute Lock and Key and the website is http://www.allmotorcyclekeys.com.
 

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I had a couple of keys cut and cloned and then he helped me troubleshoot a potential problem and rule out that it was key related.
 
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