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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-26-2019, 12:46 PM Thread Starter
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Hello ihave just bought a very clean 910 Brutale with only 3000 on the clock ,dripping with lots of carbon,looking forward to getting it out on the road when it stops raining , only one problem it only has one key so im looking for recommendations on replacement
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Congratulations John, always a good day when a new bike arrives, hope your weather is not as bad as our Scottish weather and you get out on the bike soon.

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thanks for the info edward i will be looking into it , i take it the key has a chip in it that has to be programed ?
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Congratulations John, always a good day when a new bike arrives, hope your weather is not as bad as our Scottish weather and you get out on the bike soon.

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yes you are right about the weather been pissing down for days here , and this bike has never seen the rain by the look of it
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thanks for the info edward i will be looking into it , i take it the key has a chip in it that has to be programed ?
No chip, can be copied by any locksmith. My local one charges $1 per side.
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No chip, can be copied by any locksmith. My local one charges $1 per side.
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One would hope! Careful with that...
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I'm not really a 'non-fairing' kinda guy, but that Brutale looks nice. Perhaps the wheels give it an added lift.
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I'm not really a 'non-fairing' kinda guy, but that Brutale looks nice. Perhaps the wheels give it an added lift.
i was all race bike till last year when i sold my ducati 999s , just found it to uncomfortable to ride due to a smashed knee , so thats why i went for a naked bike had a triumph speed triple for 3 years but it was bit of a tractor to ride
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