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CB1100 Lock
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guitardo Offline
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Phoenix, AZ
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Post: #31
RE: CB1100 Lock
(04-29-2013 12:52 PM)popgun Wrote:  I received the motorcycle lock that can be stored under the seat from the webike site in Japan

It is a Honda lock, in a box with a Honda part number tag. It arrived with no key or tumbler to lock it with. The Honda box was packed in a shipping box. The Honda box had been opened, maybe by customs.

I emailed webike about the missing parts, but after jwayne's experience, I'm not expecting much.

I'll keep ya posted.

I ordered the same lock. See my thread under Honda U Lock.
If you need the translated directions, I think I still have them.

Larry
2013 CB1100
2009 Bonneville T100
1995 HD Superglide
1981 CB650C
08-15-2013 02:27 PM
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popgun Offline
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Virginia Beach
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Post: #32
RE: CB1100 Lock
Thanks Guitardo,

Another member and I did finally get it straight. Actually he did most of the getting it straight, but we did get the right cylinder and apparently I keyed it correctly.

I wouldn't mind the instructions for keying the cylinder though, if you do have them in English. They came in Kanji.

I'll PM you me email.

If you come to a fork in the road, take it!
2013 CB1100
2012 ST1300
08-16-2013 04:46 AM
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Elipten Offline
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San Antonio, TX
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Post: #33
CB1100 Lock
I bought the lock and cylinder. Easy to put together and key to bike. Even says Honda on it!

I also got the "rubber band" to hold the lock in place. Honda part number 50291-MCW-D00. I got it from Samurider. It is smaller but much stronger than the one for the tool kit. Does a nice job of holding lock in place.

Mr Takashi of Samurider got it for me.


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(This post was last modified: 01-20-2014 09:04 AM by Elipten.)
01-18-2014 10:52 AM
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Randy B Offline
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San Jose CA
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Post: #34
RE: CB1100 Lock
Pictures would be nice.
01-18-2014 10:56 AM
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CB4ME Offline
Road Warrior

Maryland
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Post: #35
RE: CB1100 Lock
(01-18-2014 10:52 AM)Elipten Wrote:  I bought the lock and cylinder. Easy to put together and key to bike. Even says Honda on it!

I also got the "rubber band" to hold the lock in place. Honda part number 50291-MCW-D00. I got it from Samurider. It is smaller but much stronger than the one for the tool kit. Does a nice job of holding lock in place.

Takashi had added 5 new items since he returned from winter vacation on the 6th. The mini lock is one of his new additions.

Exchange rate is excellent right now. 10,000 yen of merchandise can currently be had for $96 US. That same 10,000 yen product would have cost over $102 not too many months ago. It adds up when you're buying high price items.

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01-18-2014 04:14 PM
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Elipten Offline
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San Antonio, TX
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Post: #36
RE: CB1100 Lock
(01-18-2014 10:56 AM)Randy B Wrote:  Pictures would be nice.

I updated the post with a picture.

I now know how so I'll post pics of my bike when rest of the parts arrive.

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2013 CB1100
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01-20-2014 09:05 AM
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Randy B Offline
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San Jose CA
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Post: #37
RE: CB1100 Lock
Cool.
01-20-2014 05:36 PM
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Ghis Offline
1st Service Completed

Brighton, Colorado
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Joined: Mar 2015
Post: #38
RE: CB1100 Lock
Wow. I so wanted that U-lock too, but I think I'm gonna chicken out of that one. I had read in a article somewhere, when the bike came out, that you could fit your own U-Lock under there, given that it's the right size. I might just buy a few, keep the one that fits, and return the others. For the key, who cares, if it's now two instead of one. I'll just keep the key under the seat in the tool box compartment. You have to remove the seat to get to the U-Lock, so might as well have the key there too. I don't mind having two keys in my pocket. I wouldn't attach it to the ignition key, since I wouldn't want it to dangle from the ignition, scratching the dash, or scratching the tank when opening the gas cap.

Meter covers/battery pig tail/riser extensions/rear rack/custom top box/CBLGND plate/RLETs.

Now: '13 Triumph Scrambler & '13 Honda CB1100.
Then: '85 Vulcan 700/'95 Vulcan 750/'97 Marauder 800/'08 Sportster 883/'12 Dyna Wide Glide/'14 Sportster Seventy Two 1200.
04-19-2015 08:37 AM
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popgun Offline
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Virginia Beach
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Post: #39
RE: CB1100 Lock
The U-lock cylinder comes as a kit that you key to your bike key. Its part of the Honda One key system.

We have a How to on this with English instructions and also how to determine if you need the A or B cylinder.

I have 2 U-locks. One for the CB and one for the ST. Uses the bike key after I keyed it. Its easy with the instructions.

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04-19-2015 08:43 AM
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Volchkoff Offline
1st Service Completed

Russia, St.Petersburg
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Post: #40
RE: CB1100 Lock
How do you lock a bike? Could you attach photos? There are 2 types of HONDA lockers: short and long one.

2014 HONDA CB1100A 2013
2012 HONDA VFR800 VTEC 2003 ABS
04-22-2015 06:42 AM
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