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Old 05-26-2016, 11:24 PM   #1
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I lost my key to my Duc and got the replacement key. I have the key card but where can I get the key cut and the chip programmed. Are there any in the katy area? Any help would be great.
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Old 05-27-2016, 07:14 AM   #2
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I mean I am just grasping at straws but Id say Houston Superbikes or Mancuso are your best bets...
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I mean I am just grasping at straws but Id say Houston Superbikes or Mancuso are your best bets...
Team Mancuso gave me a some information where I have to ship the Key out of town and it will take 2 weeks to get back.
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Old 05-27-2016, 07:23 AM   #4
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Team Mancuso gave me a some information where I have to ship the Key out of town and it will take 2 weeks to get back.
Honestly, never owned a Duc but thats most of the things I have heard from Duc owners..
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Old 05-27-2016, 07:38 AM   #5
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At least you have the key card. I bought mine used and do not have the card. That is why I am paranoid about my key and keep the spare in my safe.
I tried to get TMP SW to track down the original dealer by the VIN, but ran into a dead end after that.

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The only non dealer guy i know that does them is in san antonio. Not sure if there is a guy in houston.
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whats the ymm and i could ask around
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I don't see why B&L Safe and lock cant do it.

http://www.bllockandsafe.com/

I they cut non chip Kawasaki keys for me, and also chipped Toyota and chevy keys for like $50 bucks.

I buy the blank chip key from the dealership and take it to them.
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I don't see why B&L Safe and lock cant do it.

http://www.bllockandsafe.com/

I they cut non chip Kawasaki keys for me, and also chipped Toyota and chevy keys for like $50 bucks.

I buy the blank chip key from the dealership and take it to them.
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Depends on the Duc, but usually the ECU, Dash, and Ignition on Ducs are programmed together. Superbikes of Houston should be able to do it. I know people from Dallas that have there Dash, Ignition, and ECU sent here to get their keys made. $250-$350ish. It might be much less if you have your key card.
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Listen to this guy.. he definitely knows what he is talking about. Not only is he a serial Duc owner, he used to work at Houston Superbikes and deal with issues like this.
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Listen to this guy.. he definitely knows what he is talking about. Not only is he a serial Duc owner, he used to work at Houston Superbikes and deal with issues like this.
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