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Cut Key from a Basic Key Blank

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Key Cutting Service - Vespa, Piaggio, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Genuine, Kymco, SYM, and Chinese Scooters. We are now happy to offer key cutting services for most scooters. This service is to cut a new key blank. This is the service fee only. It does not include the actual cost of the key. We keep the most complete stock of aftermarket key blanks in stock of ANY scooter shop in the Western Hemisphere. If an aftermarket key blank exists then we'll have it. This service is good for any "conventional" style of key for any make and model of scooter. We define conventional keys as keys that are cut on both sides via a common key cutting machine. This excludes "sidewinder" keys.

General information on Vespa Keys and the Services we offer

The majority of Vespa and Piaggio keys are chipped and need to be programmed in order for them to work correctly. All Vespa/Piaggio models except the followingrequire a programmed and chipped key: ET2, LX50, Vespa S50/150, Fly 50, Typhoon 50/125, and some Fly 150s.

At Scooter West we have the ability to do the following

  • Cut and program (aka; clone) keys to the existing BLUE SLAVE KEY. (Ideal if you want more BLUE KEYS and have lost your BROWN KEY. We'd need one existing blue key to perform this service)
  • Extract codes from a programmed ECU/CDI and supply a new MASTER KEY, as many SLAVE KEYS as you like, and a new lock and tumbler set. (This service is ideal for people that have lost BROWN and BLUE KEYS.)
  • Cut a BLUE KEY from a provided BROWN MASTER KEY. (The BLUE key would need to be programmed via the conventional programming steps.)
  • Provide additional BROWN MASTER KEYS. (The original BROWN MASTER KEY is required for this service.)
  • Key an original Vespa topcase to match the ignition. That's right, the same key for the topbox and ignition. (We'll NEED a BLUE or BROWN KEY.)
  • Sell, cut, and duplicate keys for most Vespa topcases.
  • Sell, cut, and duplicate keys for most brands of scooters: HONDA, YAMAHA, SUZUKI, APRILIA, GENUINE, SYM, KYMCO, and CHINESE SCOOTERS. (We'll need a functioning original key)

Why do I have a Brown key and a blue key? How are they different?

The Reddish-Brown KEY is the master programming key. In the Vespa world, this key is commonly referred to as the BROWN KEY or MASTER KEY. The Brown key burns a code into the ECU on fuel-injected models and into the CDI of carburated models. Once a code has been burned into an ECU or CDI it's burned in there forever. The ECU and CDI cannot be reprogrammed or re-burned. The Brown key is used to burn the code into the ECU or CDI and to program additional BLUE chipped keys. The Blue Key is the Slave Key. In the Vespa world, it's commonly referred to as the Blue Key. The Blue key is the key you should be using for everyday use. The Blue key is programmed via the Brown Master key. You can program as many as five blue keys. There is a programming operation that involves inserting the Brown key into the ignition which allows additional Blue keys to be programmed. Once all Blue keys have been inserted into the ignition and programmed the Brown key is inserted a final time and the program sequence is closed. Any Blue keys that were not included in this program sequence will be locked out. (see video on programming steps)

If you have the Blue Slave Key and Brown Master Key

You have TWO options. It's really easy to purchase, cut, and program additional Blue keys. You can purchase the original Vespa Blue key 573426 or an aftermarket Blue key KB10 for all the models that use the conventional looking key OR purchase 624440, KB15, or 621306 for the models that use the "Sidewinder" style of key. Any local locksmith can take care of cutting this new key; however, we can cut the key blank if you are able to send us your original key. Option 1: If you can handle programming the cut key yourself then you ONLY need to send the Brown Master key. See Reference Number SERV-KEY01 or SERV-KEY01SW for pricing. Make sure to check out our key programming YouTube video. Essentially, we're only charging to cut a key blank with this option. You can select an original or aftermarket key blank with this option. Option 2: If you can't handle the programming then you need to send us your Blue Key. We'll clone the Blue Key and supply you with a key that will NOT need to be programmed via the Brown Key. See CUT AND CLONE DOUBLE SIDED KEY BLANK or CUT AND CLONE SIDEWINDER KEY BLANK for pricing. You can only use aftermarket key blanks with this service.

If your Brown Master Key is Lost but you still have a Blue key

We can clone your existing blue key and provide you with as many aftermarket blue keys as you want. Without the Brown master key you can NO longer use the original Vespa/Piaggio key blanks. You will need to send us the blue key for this service. See CUT AND CLONE DOUBLE SIDED KEY BLANK or CUT AND CLONE SIDEWINDER KEY BLANK for pricing. Again, you can only use aftermarket key blanks with this service.

If you have lost ALL Keys:

We can extract the code from your ECU/CDI and supply you with a new lock and tumbler set, master key, and as many slave keys as you would like. All keys will be pre-programmed to the original ECU/CDI of your scooter. This service saves you a ton of money as the ECU or CDI are expensive.You will need to send us your CDI or ECU. If you have a BV500 or X9 we'll need the ECU and immobolizer .
Please note the year and model with each CDI or ECU you send us.
  • Vespa ET4, LX150, GT200, BV200, BV250 (2006 Only), and any other Carburated Vespa/Piaggio models with Immobilizer see Reference Number SERV-KEY004.
  • Vespa GTS 250/300, Super 250/300, GTV 250/300, LX150ie/LXV150ie (2011 and Newer), BV300, Fly 150 (3-valve) see Reference Number SERV-KEY005.
  • Piaggio BV350, MP3 250/400/500, Vespa 946 see Reference Number SERV-KEY006 or SERV-KEY007.
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Allstate (1955) 788.94490
Allstate (1956) 788.94491
Allstate (1957) 788.94492
Allstate (1958) 788.94493
Allstate (1959-1960) 788.94494
Allstate (1961-1962) 788.94495
Allstate (1963) 788.94330
Allstate (1964) 788.94331
Allstate (1965) 788.94332
Vespa 50 (1963-1965) Early - V5A
Vespa 50 (1966-1983) - V5A
Vespa 50 Special (1969-1983) - V5B
Vespa 50 Special (1974-1976) - V5B (USA)
Vespa 50 Special (1977-1981) - V5B (USA)
Vespa 50 SS (1965-1971) - V5SS
Vespa 90 (1963-1967) Early -V9A
Vespa 90 (1967-1984) - V9A
Vespa 90 (1974-1977) - V9A (USA)
Vespa 90SS Super Sprint (1965-1971) - V9SS
Vespa 100 (1978-1984) – V9B (Euro)
Vespa 100 Sport (1978-1984) - V9B (Canada)
Vespa 100 Sport (1980-1981) - V9B (USA)
Vespa 125 (1948-1950) – V1T-V15T
Vespa 125 (1950-1952) – V30T-V33T
Vespa 125 (1952-1953) - VM1
Vespa 125 (1953-1954) – VM2
Vespa 125 (1954-1955) - VN1
Vespa 125 (1956-1957) – VN2
Vespa 125 (1957-1958) –VNA1
Vespa 125 (1958-1959) –VNA2
Vespa 125 (1959-1961) – VNB1
Vespa 125 (1961) – VNB2
Vespa 125 (1961-1962) – VNB3
Vespa 125 (1962-1963) – VNB4
Vespa 125 (1963-1964) – VNB5
Vespa 125 (1964-1966) – VNB6
Vespa ET3 (1976-1983) – VMB
Vespa 125 Sears (1966) - VMA1 (Blue Badge)
Vespa 125 Primavera (1965-1967) - VMA1
Vespa 125 Primavera (1967-1983) - VMA2 (Euro)
Vespa 125 Primavera (1974-1977) - VMA2 (USA)
Vespa 125 Super (1965-1969) - VNC
Vespa 150 (1954-1955) - VL1
Vespa 150 (1955-1956) – VL2
Vespa 150 (1956-1957) - VL3
Vespa 150 (1957-1958) – VB1
Vespa 150 (1959-1960) - VBA
Vespa 150 (1960-1962) – VBB1
Vespa 150 (1962-1965) – VBB2
Vespa 150 Super (1965-1979) – VBC
Vespa 150 Super (1974-1977) – VBC (USA)
Vespa GL 150 (1963-1964) - VLA
Vespa GS150 (1955) – VS1
Vespa GS150 (1956) – VS2
Vespa GS150 (1957) – VS3
Vespa GS150 (1958) – VS4
Vespa GS150 (1958-1961) – VS5
Vespa GS160 (1962) - VSB MARK 1
Vespa GS160 (1963-1964)-VSB MARK 2
Vespa GT 125 (1961-1973) – VNL2
Vespa GTR 125 (1968-1978) – VNL2
Vespa PK All Models (1982-2000)
Vespa P125X (1977-1982) – VNX
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