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What eBay key blank do I buy?

2008 CBR600RR

I called Honda and they want $15 for the key and they don't have the machine to cut it. When I search for "2008 CBR600RR key blank" there's a bunch, some are $10 others are $1.50
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15 bucks for a blank? That's over retail pricing.

35121-MAS-G01 is your stock blank number and that's a type one blank.
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http://www.amazon.com/CBR1000RR-CBR600RR-CBR954-CBR929-CBR1100XX/dp/B00GXZQMP8
They're not OEM, but I bought this three pack. Quick shipping. Got them cut at Home Depot. Work well.

Just a suggestion. But theres OEM key blanks using Paul's part number out there for 10 bucks.

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Some local place up the street said they would do it for $3. Key and all. Ill find out if thats true after work.
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I had a poor experience with the blank keys from Amazon & ebay. The plastic portion of the key came off and after getting it cut, it didn't work. I just chalked it up to "get what you pay for" and wen the OEM route.

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Yeah, mine is a spare and will sit in a drawer, so im not too worried about it.
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We use to cut keys, then both of our cutters messed up, we have a gent that is only a block away and he can copy cut anything we send him, even the Honda ATV key blanks that are only about a inch long.

I have that blank in stock and I can tell you it wont be no 15 bucks to get it to you.
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The guys at a local lock shop had one and cut it or me for $3 out the door.
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I bought one off eBay for about $10 - was more expensive because it needed transponder for the HISS system.

Paid about $9 to get it cut.

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