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Looking for locksmith in central MA to cut Aprilia key

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    Looking for locksmith in central MA to cut Aprilia key

    Looking for a local shop in central MA to cut a new Aprilia RSV4 key; any recommendations?

    I have an uncut OEM key; it is an internal cut (milled) key. I do not need it programmed.

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    Re: Looking for locksmith in central MA to cut Aprilia key

    Is there something special about the key?

    https://www.hperron.com/

    They’ve done plenty of keys for me. I had them cut a Ducati key for my 916 back in the day

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    Re: Looking for locksmith in central MA to cut Aprilia key

    Nothing crazy, but it is fancy-pants enough that I'm not sure if most locksmiths would have the milling equipment to duplicate it.

    Thanks for the ref; I'll give them a try.

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    Re: Looking for locksmith in central MA to cut Aprilia key

    Quote Originally Posted by LuvDog View Post
    Is there something special about the key?

    https://www.hperron.com/

    They’ve done plenty of keys for me. I had them cut a Ducati key for my 916 back in the day
    I had Sherman Lock & Safe in Waltham cut a key for my Hypermotard, which (unlike the 916) has a chip built-in. They were a little reluctant to do it at first but they did a great job; they thought it would have some weird Italian chip to encode but I said "Nope, it's an old GM chip from the 1990s" and sure it enough that's what it was.

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