Dont use keyhole shutter

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Re: Dont use keyhole shutter

Post by kayz1 » Sat Apr 28, 2018 6:00 am

Yes Meldrew Sir, the Kawasaki J300 ( Kymco ) i have has the same thing. The only difference i can see is that to close it you use a little yellow button on the slot outer rim to open it the same as the Burger, the back end of the key.
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Re: Dont use keyhole shutter

Post by Steve_D » Sat Apr 28, 2018 7:58 am

Luckydave wrote:You can only close it with the unique to your bike key,don’t close it and you won’t have a problem opening it
Definately din't need the original key to close it. You can shut it with any key or even a large flat headed screwdriver or anything that will fit in that hex.
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Re: Dont use keyhole shutter

Post by andyscooter » Sat Apr 28, 2018 9:02 am

Honda have it as well brilliant way to stop people glueing up the ignition or starting it
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Re: Dont use keyhole shutter

Post by Maxsymuppet » Sun Apr 29, 2018 3:31 pm

Meldrew wrote:What's complicated? From what I remember from my Burgman years, the keyhole shutter is closed and opened with that Allen key thing on the ignition key, it's just something else you use until the novelty wears off.

Haven't SYM also got the keyhole shutter on some of their models.
I don't know about the other models as I haven't looked, but the Maxsym has one. I don't bother with it as it's too fiddly and I have an immobiliser fitted. Secure enough for me with a good padlock and chain. I didn't bother with it on either of my Burgmans either for the same reasons.

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Re: Dont use keyhole shutter

Post by Symcity » Mon Apr 30, 2018 3:54 am

Meldrew wrote:Haven't SYM also got the keyhole shutter on some of their models.
Yes - that was a feature on my 300 Citycom


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