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    Immobiliser removal/bypass

    Hi could someone please tell me (via Pm) how to bypass the immobiliser on my RSV. I'm pretty sure what to do but just want it confirmed before I fry anything. I snapped the end off my only key with a transponder in and can't be bothered paying for a new key to be coded and cut. Also I think immobiliser is on its way out as I have to use kill switch to turn the bike off. Thanks in advance

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    It's OK I held my breath and did it. Managed to bypass the immobiliser so I no longer need transponder chips in my keys. Not bad for a 10 minute job.

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    Well done

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    Opened the immobiliser today, water had got through the seal somehow and the solders look a bit crappy... At least it's sorted. Time to sort out the non existent rear brake!!

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    Thumbs up Immobiliser issues

    Quote Originally Posted by Weinerrabbit View Post
    It's OK I held my breath and did it. Managed to bypass the immobiliser so I no longer need transponder chips in my keys. Not bad for a 10 minute job.
    Hi would it be possible to pm me with details of how you bypassed the immobiliser, I have had several garages look at my bike and as yet none of them have come up with a solution other than to buy a new immobiliser.

    I don't want to spend unnecessary money buying a new immobiliser.

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    Can someonePLEASE PLEASE PLEASE pm me the details on how to bypass the immobilizer. I’m sort of in the same pickle as OP. I broke the end off my only programmed key and I’m left with an unprogrammed key that is now only good for just unlocking the forks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by genralx4688 View Post
    Can someonePLEASE PLEASE PLEASE pm me the details on how to bypass the immobilizer. I’m sort of in the same pickle as OP. I broke the end off my only programmed key and I’m left with an unprogrammed key that is now only good for just unlocking the forks.
    Just tape the broken key on the side of the barrel in the short term as the chip is in the head of the key and will deactivate the immobilisor when near the barrel. Then take it to a key cutter and ask them to clone the chip into a new key. Key cloning is not expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spoonz View Post
    Just tape the broken key on the side of the barrel in the short term as the chip is in the head of the key and will deactivate the immobilisor when near the barrel. Then take it to a key cutter and ask them to clone the chip into a new key. Key cloning is not expensive.
    I tried that and itís not reading the programmed key for some reason. Thats what the dealership said I could do as a quick fix.

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    Then take it to a key cutter and ask them to clone the chip into a new key. Key cloning is not expensive. Customization Fasteners,Special Part Fasteners Manufacturers

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    Quote Originally Posted by FtyGero View Post
    Then take it to a key cutter and ask them to clone the chip into a new key. Key cloning is not expensive. Customization Fasteners,Special Part Fasteners Manufacturers
    Tried that as well. NOBODY in the San Diego area can clone an Aprilia Key. I have literally went down a list of locksmiths and dealerships on yelp and everyone that I talked to said they can't clone my key. I'm at the point that I really want to just remove the immobilizer or sell the bike. This has been a headache that I have been dealing with for almost six months and I'm beyond frustrated. That being said if no one wants to share with me how to bypass/remove the immobilizer, I'm more than likely going to sell my bike and let them deal with this garbage.

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    So I figured it out on my own no thanks to anyone. Which confirmed my original thought on why I don't understand why people won't share the info. It's so simple to bypass the immobilizer that any average bike theif would already know how to bypass it and get your bike started in literally 5 mins. So that is a very dumb excuse to use for not sharing. A hint to everyone, just study the wiring diagram in the maintanence maual. If you still have any doubts PM me and we can talk.

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