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Old 11-09-2006, 10:55 PM   #1
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I need a key

to a gsxr 750. My dad's is sitting in the garage and I'd like to take it for a spin. Problem is, he took the key with him. I already tried the Busa key. It fits, but doesn't start 'er up. So, I was wondering if anyone had a 750 key that I could borrow for awhile.
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Old 11-09-2006, 10:56 PM   #2
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Old 11-09-2006, 10:57 PM   #3
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Oh, i forgot, it's a blue/white 750, if that makes a difference.


I know that keys only work in bikes of the same color
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Old 11-09-2006, 11:13 PM   #4
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but i have a key you can have for 100.00
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Old 11-09-2006, 11:16 PM   #6
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you just need someone to post a pic of their key. then you can zoom it up and trace it. whittle one out of some wood laying around...
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Old 11-09-2006, 11:17 PM   #7
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but i have a key you can have for 100.00
! If I had $100 I would just go buy another 750. What kind of sap do you take me for?
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lol...ill five you 150 if you let me come pick it up
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you just need someone to post a pic of their key. then you can zoom it up and trace it. whittle one out of some wood laying around...
Right!
I figured the Busa key would work.

In college I gave someone the key to my chevy truck so that they could go out and get my CDs. They came back and were like, dude, there's no Cds in your truck. When we went to look we saw that there was another green 1/2 ton chevy just like mine about three spots down. My key opened its doors and started it. We parked it on the lawn in front of the Pike house.
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I used to be able to open my buddies ranger with my thunderbird key. lol oh what fun
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I remember in Houston several years ago there was a jogger in like memorial park, that dropped dead from a heart attack. He wasn't carrying any ID, but had his car keys in his pocket. The cops took the key and tried fords in the parking lot until the key opened --and started an explorer. They took the body to the morgue and called the dude's wife to come identify the body. The fooked thing is that she got to the hospital, positively Id'd the body and then went home to mourn. That's when her husband called to say that his car was missing from the parking lot!
Apparently someone else had died, and their key started up 'ol boys car. The best part though was that the wife Id'd a totally different person as her husband.
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I remember in Houston several years ago there was a jogger in like memorial park, that dropped dead from a heart attack. He wasn't carrying any ID, but had his car keys in his pocket. The cops took the key and tried fords in the parking lot until the key opened --and started an explorer. They took the body to the morgue and called the dude's wife to come identify the body. The fooked thing is that she got to the hospital, positively Id'd the body and then went home to mourn. That's when her husband called to say that his car was missing from the parking lot!
Apparently someone else had died, and their key started up 'ol boys car. The best part though was that the wife Id'd a totally different person as her husband.
It woulda been funnier if he came home and caught her gettin knocked down by his buddy :laughing6 :laughing6
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my kid would have half a gixxer sticking outa his a** if he did that.

thank you, have a nice ride.
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Old 11-09-2006, 11:35 PM   #14
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my kid would have half a gixxer sticking outa his a** if he did that.

thank you, have a nice ride.
Once i wanted to take my dad's bike out and I saw that there was 300 miles even on the trip odometer. I figured that he would probably notice the mileage difference if I took it out for a short trip.

So my plan was....clear the odometer, ride 150 miles, then turn around and ride home!

Now he'll let me ride it whenever. Man, I love my busa too, I don't know how he rides that 750 with the geometry it has, he's 60 years old. More of a man than me I guess.

no, I already knew that.
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once again dumbass...how old are you?? I did that kinda sh*t when I was 17.
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I'm 26.
And I never did that.

Thanks though.
I am a dumbass.
I really do need to be reminded of that occasionally.
I appreciate your help.
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Old 11-10-2006, 12:05 AM   #18
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I told my dad im getting an extra key made for his r1 for him... ( i made 2 extras)

Too bad i never got to use it since he fcked up the transmission =(
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[QUOTE=cashtown]I'm 26.


, I just remembered that I turned 27 last week.
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Oh, i forgot, it's a blue/white 750, if that makes a difference.


I know that keys only work in bikes of the same color
are you ok? have you been smoking?
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