Just talked to my local Suzuki Dealer (Kent Power Sports in Kyle, Texas). Told them my situation. Got a Volusia. Got a title (VIN). Got no keys. They cannot get a key code from the factory. If I could identify the original dealer, that dealer might have the code stored in their records. I'm the third or fourth owner, so that's not possible. Kent said the best thing to do is try a locksmith. Failing that I could order a new key and lock set (ignition, gas cap, helmet lock) through them. Price quoted was $435. HOWEVER ... these locksets are on backorder nationwide. He said there is only one dealer in the U.S. that has a total of 1 (one) in stock.You bought a bike with no keys? Did you get a clear title?
If so, go to the dealership with that info, VIN#, etc.. They'll check to see if it's stolen.
If not, they should be able to help you or at least point you in the right direction.
If you received no keys and no title, you got bigger problems.
Good hunting!I lost my key once. Had ridiculous quotes to get one made. 350-500. Didnt have the code called 427 locksmiths till I got in touch with this one cat. Told me to pull the whole ignition assembly and take it to him. 10 minutes and 50 bucks later, i had 2 new keys.
Agreed, but I like puzzles. I'll give it little more time and energy.personally I'd take all this aggravation as a sign to piece out the bike and whatever money you make from it invest it into another bike...have to wonder how many other issues you are going to encounter once you get the thing started...