Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Evansville, Indiana
Are the bars in the locked left position?
If the bars are free, you can try push starting it. Or get it to a big hill and coast her down to build up some speed. The gas cap lock can easily be busted from what I heard some time ago, but can't remember how it was done. Probably a big flat screw driver, but I don't know.
I'd say, contact any kawa dealer, give them the vin number and have them contact whoever to get new keys made and shipped to you. You won't always have a big hill to get it rolling fast enough.
If you can get the barrel out or maybe the helmet lock barrel and get the keycode, you can use any of these blanks and have a locksmith make a new key.
Curtis SU-9 (Suzuki)
Curtis YM-58 (Yamaha?)
Ford 5-cut primary blank
ILCO KA15 X106
ILCO YH38 X77
ILCO X120 YH46
Last edited by TheWanderer; 06-30-2007 at 11:44 AM.