Question about 2006 Suzuki GSX-R 750
No, it is not a coded key. I suggest going to alldata.com and finding your key code, its usualy a 2 letter 3-4 number code and find the key and get it cut to the code of the bike. the VIN usually will help. Or get the blank key for it put it in the ignition and wiggle the key around, not too hard though, take it out and look at the markings on the key. Then file those marks down till you cant see them, and repeat untill you cannot see anymore marks. Do the same for the other side. (USE CYLINDRICAL FILE)
Aaron, 10 years of locksmith :)
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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