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  1. #1
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    How to Hotwire A Suzuki Speed Bike

    I lost my key to my suzuki and need to hotwire it to take it to the suzuki store and get a key.

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    Don't try and hotwire it, they'll probably think it was stolen.

    Just have it towed there.

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    Wouldn't it be easier to simply remove the ignition and take that somewhere to have key made?

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    Petrol Taster
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    putting up a post on how to hotwire it fills me with worry as anyone could read it, aka pikies


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    Sprocket Pilot
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    There was another post recently on the same subject, I think hotwiring it runs the battery down

    Anyway its just silly because it should be relatively easy to just pull the ignition off and take it to the dealer and have a key made.

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    Flipper ( Don't Ask )
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    tow it.

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    I don't think that it's that easy to remove the ignition switch. And with most modern bikes, you can't simply hotwire them, because the steering lock won't let you steer it anyway.

    If it is indeed your bike, then hoist it on a trailer and have it toed over to the dealership. Some dealers will even come pick up the bike (for a modest fee, of course).

    Even if I did know how to hotwire a bike, and bypass the steering lock, do you really think that I would post that information for anyone to see? If so, I've got a bridge over here in London that I'm trying to sell ...

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    How to hotwire a Suzuki Speed Bike,

    HUM!!!!

    Anybody here call their bike a speed bike ?

    Seems fishy to me !

    Yadda yadda yadda, whatever, they ain't going to listen anyway.

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    Sprocket Pilot
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    Quote Originally Posted by inspiron
    I don't think that it's that easy to remove the ignition switch...
    On my Marauder one bolt and one plug removes the ignition. You need to take one of the plastic panels off to get at the plug though. It would likely be much more difficult if the ignition lock was embedded in a panel.

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    You could take your title to the dealership. They should be able to order you a working key from suzuki as long as you have the VIN and proof of ownership.

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    I don't know anyone crazy enough to try to hotwire their OWN bike because they lost a key. Tow it, dude. Hotwiring it would void the electrical portion of your warranty, if you have one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitty Boi
    I lost my key to my suzuki and need to hotwire it to take it to the suzuki store and get a key.
    Sounds kinda un...I mean, ab...normal to me bud . Tell me more!
    "I'm here to fight for truth, and justice, and the American way."

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    Petrol Taster
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    and it is his first and only post!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Bob
    How to hotwire a Suzuki Speed Bike,

    HUM!!!!

    Anybody here call their bike a speed bike ?

    Seems fishy to me !
    Fishy?? Down right suspicious!
    Louis


 

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