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i need to hotwire my 600rr

i left my last remaining key at a friends place 300kms away, and i need to take my bike to the lake this weekend. is there any way for me to bypass the ignition?
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Maybe you should call the police to see if they can help you.
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Maybe you should call the police to see if they can help you.
my dads a policeman and he has no clue... :D
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i don't want to wreck my ignition in the process. if i disassemble the two large gold hex nuts on the bottom, or the phillips head screws, or both, will that get me to where i want to be?
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Hope the bike is in your name cause if you get stopped with no key it is going to be a problem.
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my dads a policeman and he has no clue... :D
bwahahahahahahahaha nice comeback!

sorry i cant help ya. i dont have schematics.



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if someone knows how, but doesn't want to post it publicly on this board, feel free to PM me. i will even take pictures of me standing beside the bike holding a sign or something to prove its me haha. i have been a member since 04 when i bought the bike, obviously i'm not a random thief haha
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Good luck dude they have internal security systems. If u dont know what your doing it cuts somthing off and it wont let u start it. My buddie works at a honda dealer and he said that is dosnt even like messing with it. You are better off using a truck. Just a FYI
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Hope the bike is in your name cause if you get stopped with no key it is going to be a problem.
its in my name, and i have my registration and DL with me at all times. my dads a cop so he makes me lol
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Good luck dude they have internal security systems. If u dont know what your doing it cuts somthing off and it wont let u start it. My buddie works at a honda dealer and he said that is dosnt even like messing with it. You are better off using a truck. Just a FYI
dammit :(

the whole story is i got too drunk last weekend visiting my buddy, and during the night we got seperated and he never came home, so i had to leave my luggage at his place
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guess i will just have to wait till i get my luggage bussed to me if theres an internal security device... i'll have to take my dads crappy slow goldwing to the lake this weekend :(
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Well do a search and you will find you answers... I wouldn't bypass the igintion on a street bike..


If you have a 03-04 theirs a diode on the bottom of the igintion..

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have your buddy next day air the damn key so much easier
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That's only like 186 miles.. don't be a *****.. if you really wanna ride your bike then drive out to his house and pick up the key haha
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i have been a member since 04 when i bought the bike, obviously i'm not a random thief haha

Been a member for 2 years with 35 posts?????

Dude nobody on here is gonna show you how to steal a bike.
And even if it is your bike, I wouldn't want info on hotwiring a RR posted on a public forum.

Drive to your so called buddys house and get the key you lazy fuk!!
And why did you have your motorcycle key with you if you didnt have your bike there? And why is that the ONLY key you happen to leave there? And why would that ONE key be out of your pocket where you could forget it?
And why would you think you could come on here and post this bullsh1t??
And why don't your friend overnight you the key?
And why don't you have another key?


Go fuk yourself!


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Been a member for 2 years with 35 posts?????

Dude nobody on here is gonna show you how to steal a bike.
And even if it is your bike, I wouldn't want info on hotwiring a RR posted on a public forum.

Drive to your so called buddys house and get the key you lazy fuk!!
And why did you have your motorcycle key with you if you didnt have your bike there? And why is that the ONLY key you happen to leave there? And why would that ONE key be out of your pocket where you could forget it?
And why would you think you could come on here and post this bullsh1t??
And why don't your friend overnight you the key?
And why don't you have another key?


Go fuk yourself!


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A Goldwing is NOT slow!!!!! It's only as slow as the rider!!!
lol u pissed off the doc

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Cant you call Honda dealership or go there and ask that another key be made for the bike using your vin number? I dont own a bike so i dunno if its like a car.
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Cant you call Honda dealership or go there and ask that another key be made for the bike using your vin number? I dont own a bike so i dunno if its like a car.
yes. any honda dealer can cut you a new key with the numbers stamped on the key housing... and proof of ownership.
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Been a member for 2 years with 35 posts?????

Dude nobody on here is gonna show you how to steal a bike.
And even if it is your bike, I wouldn't want info on hotwiring a RR posted on a public forum.

Drive to your so called buddys house and get the key you lazy fuk!!
And why did you have your motorcycle key with you if you didnt have your bike there? And why is that the ONLY key you happen to leave there? And why would that ONE key be out of your pocket where you could forget it?
And why would you think you could come on here and post this bullsh1t??
And why don't your friend overnight you the key?
And why don't you have another key?


Go fuk yourself!


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A Goldwing is NOT slow!!!!! It's only as slow as the rider!!!
Tell us how you really feel. Don't hold back, cuz.

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Cut the wire to the Flux Capacitor and you're good to go.

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My 04 is really easy to hotwire. I refuse to say how, but when I was putting in my alarm system, I found out exactly how it all works and it's way too easy to do. My alarm lets me start the bike and run it keyless. If you do it wrong though, you can short th whole system. Even if you get it on, the starter wire is under the seat and would be a pain to jump, you would be push starting. How the fuk did you get the bike that far from the key in the first place.
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Any sportbike is easy as hell to fire up without a key if you know what you're doing. We shouldn't have to tell you how to do it, you should be able to figure it out yourself by looking at the ignition. If you can't figure it out then you probably aren't mechanically inclined enough to do it even with instructions. Unless you really know what you're doing, you'll just end up poping the diode or a fuse. Then you're gonna have to tear the ignition apart and solder another one in. It's a b!tch of a job because of how small it is too.
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Stop being dikc Spank. It is in the Service manuals and Cymlers guides..
Just jump the harness, unplug the the ingnition from the harness, plug and make a jumper.
This is hell on the battery so get it set and get on the road.

You can also just splice the wires at the ignition or the harnes and cross them. I believe they are red and black wires.
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