Givi Key Codes (Magic Decoder Ring + Quiz)

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by kennybobby, Oct 28, 2011.

  1. Keymaker

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    Don't think I've seen any 4 digit ones so far.
    The picture that grimly posted has a (JMA) HAF-2D , comparative to a (Silca) HF75R.
    This blank is a bit too short , you can see that it has the shoulder cut back in the picture.
    My best guess would be to use a (Silca) LF23R or JMA LF-11D.
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  2. LLeditor

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  3. LLeditor

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    Thanks for the reply. I am the editor of a locksmith magazine in USA. The substitute blank for 4-digit Givi locks is Silca GT5 but I wanted to know the exact blank.
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  4. guywithchickens

    guywithchickens Been here awhile

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    For internet posterity, this worked. Old Givi Monokey 2112 and Ilco YU2/X167.
    [​IMG]
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  5. Sirena

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    Thanks to the previous posters for the "internet posterity" I have prev gen Monokey #162 if anyone needs it.
    Also FWIW the Yakima and Thule rack key blanks will fit (like Ilco LF12) but the numbers engraved don't match Givi.
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  6. FZ-1 Beast

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    Can someone please help me understand what my key code is so I can have a key cut? I don't want to have to drill the cylinder and can't take it to a locksmith because it is still on the bike and the bike is sitting in my storage unit not currently running. The number on the outside of the lock is 073 it is a Givi Monokey Top Case.
    Thank you
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  7. FZ-1 Beast

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    Bump
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  8. swq123

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    SILCA LF12 code 073
    [​IMG]
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  9. FZ-1 Beast

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    You are Soooo Awesome! Thank you so much. You are my new best friend! lol
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  10. swq123

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    check it out and report
    you welcome
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  11. Mattbastard

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    So, is there any way to transpose the 3 digit number on a tumbler over to a cut code onto a blank without using one that's already referenced in this thread?

    Because I didn't see a way from this thread, unless I missed something.

    I've got an 021, which I already picked open and got the tumbler out but the key is long gone. How do I turn 021 into "XXXXX"? Or is that information in Givi's database?
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  12. MrVvrroomm

    MrVvrroomm Been here awhile

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    As your luck may have it I may have an 021 key, or 3...as well as a cylinder. I have so much Givi stuff I have a spreadsheet. 021 sounded familiar.
    PM me.
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  13. Mattbastard

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    Solid! PM sent
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  14. Hama

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    Hi,
    I have a lock with number 114 on it. You know the key code for that?. Thanks for any help.
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  15. justjuha

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    Any chance to have code for a lock #120.
    Thank you in advance.
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  16. Mrbarry

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    I’ve just got a new bike and it has a Kappa box with the Z140R lock, number 161. I have no key and stumbled on this thread. I have tried a three based number system (1,3,9,27,81 for the 5 steps) and it doesn’t work out, I tried deducting the base number from 243 and 244 to account for zero, then switching from decimal to three based. I have inverted numbers, tried off sets, all sorts. There seems no clear way to calculate this to me?
    Anyway I still need a 161 key
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  17. AllSeasonRider

    AllSeasonRider Wandering, maybe a little lost...

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    Wish I could help... I fortunately had a lone key on an older E45. The little plastic handle snapped off and I was worried I was going to lose it. Local locksmith was able to make 2 copies for a few bucks - they don't fit/work quite as smoothly, but they work well enough.

    I think we've determined that the cut codes are not sequential with the key codes. If you've got a missing key, your best bet might still to be to order a replacement key and lock cylinder set, assuming you can get the box open (locksmith may help).
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  18. MrVvrroomm

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  19. der_saeufer

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    A couple data points from Europe... Local Belgian locksmiths, in typical fashion, didn't want to copy my Givi key because they'd never heard of it. So I ordered one by number off replacementkeys.co.uk that works great. While that was in the mail, I happened to stop into a little hardware store in Kent who had also never heard of the brand but looked at his wall of blanks and copied the Givi key for £2. I have an E460 case with a 3-digit key number.

    Replacementkeys used a Silca BT2, which has a blade a little longer than stock and has a nice rectangular head. The hardware store used a JMA RE1D, which has a small, round head and looks more like the key to a filing cabinet. Both keys work perfectly.
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  20. littlegee121

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    Hi guys I have just bought 3 GIVI Trekker cases, topbox (064361) and 2 side cases (451661). The side cases both have the same key number except the topbox which is different, what are my options for changing the barrel to match the side cases bearing in mind I don't have any other barrels? Also how do you calculate a code for these keys for future reference? I haven't pulled the barrels yet, when I do I will post a pic for y'all. Monokey1.jpg Monokey2.jpg
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