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    Hornet 600F Ignition replacement

    Hey Guys just trying the tap into the pool of knowledge here.

    My Son has an 06 CB600f Hornet as a work hack
    Some dickheads tried to pinch it but only managed to smash the Ignition and steering lock.
    We wish the thieves had been capable enough to actually steel the whole bike but the dickheads couldn't even achieve that
    So bike is worth stuff all and insurance claim prob not worth it for the Access/return and loss of no claims.

    $600 bucks plus 3 hours labor for Local Honda to do it. I can do it easily to help him out but Honda say its needs to go in and have the ignition reprogrammed if we fit a second hand one or a ebay job.

    I know I can prob fit the old one back in without the steering lock or a switch somewhere under the tank but he will always have that worry when its parked.
    Fucking thieves I hate the bastards.

    Anyone here been down this track replacing an ignition before.
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    they made 600's for decades, maybe the year would assist in advice being suitable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reckless View Post
    My Son has an 06 CB600f Hornet as a work hack
    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    they made 600's for decades, maybe the year would assist in advice being suitable?
    2006?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    they made 600's for decades, maybe the year would assist in advice being suitable?
    oops, looked at it on my phone....

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    Its ok Spyda forgiven LOL

    Yes might patch up the old one and bugger the steering lock.

    Hopefully them cutting the wiring hasn't already screwed up the HISS

    Thanks for that
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