High-G FJR Junkie!
Join Date: Apr 2013
Location: Corinth, TX just south of Denton on I35E
It's a good idea to use copies. The factory keys are, I think, softer and bend more easily than they should.
I went with these guys. I figured cutting a key to code (if, of course you have the code) would be more precise than just copying an even an unworn factory original. It cost a bit more - $10 - $12 a key instead of $3 - $5, but I have the two factory keys and the code tag tucked safely away in a file cabinet. I am just happy that US spec FJRs do not have an immobilizer.
Time spent looking at motorcycles, even Harleys, is never wasted.
Series III fairing removal:
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