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Old 3rd December 2010, 00:56   #166
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Krishnaraj Enterprises - Immobilizer Key Duplication Services for Indian Automobiles

I think this is the place. Brilliant, im gonna go there sometime this week. Thank god I dont have to order on ebay and pester my Honda dealer to program, these guys look professional enough.
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Old 3rd December 2010, 10:11   #167
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Attaching photos of the flip key. You can contact Pulin at 9820899927Flippy Keys-img_0359.jpg

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I have ordered for my flip key thru DSP. They have sent the tracking details on it. So when i check the status, it says "departure from transit office of exchange". Any idea what this means ?
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Old 14th January 2011, 23:30   #169
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^^ It roughly takes 15 days from the date this status was updated to reach you. start inquiring with your post office from the 10th day, mine was returned thrice for sake of a day or two. It was not delivered to my home as there was no one to collect it at the time the post man came.
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Thanks Mrinal, Will keep an watch on it. Will let know the postman in advance as i know him from many years.
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Status as on today is like below. Why would it go to Calcutta ? when destination is Bangalore.
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Old 24th January 2011, 17:37   #172
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Got a call from home, that the key has been delivered Will post the pics once i reach home.
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Old 25th January 2011, 19:40   #173
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Here are the pics of the flippy key.
Now i would like to know, does the key maker remove the key from the flippy key box and then make a duplicate or does he make it when the box is still on it. The reason i am asking is suppose he is going to keep the box and then duplicate the key, is not there the chances that he might break the box which is plastic make.
Any suggestions or thoughts on this please, as i am planning to get this done tomorrow.
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Old 26th January 2011, 20:34   #174
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the blade has to be removed. Without removing the key cannot be cut. It is very simple to remove the blade from the case. There is put which holds the blade.

The guy who made the key for me was unable to cut it properly. It was jamming a little and the functioning was not smooth. I was scared of the new key ruining my original locks. What i did then? Cut the blade out of one of the original keys and asked the key maker to cut a flange to fix it in the case.There is a groove to hold the blade against the pin.

PS: My key works beautifully. The remote doesn't. The key maker dropped the silver button some where. I had to order it 4 times to receive it. my post office was sending it back everytime. So I had to order it to my US address and I brought it from there. Unfortunately, the new button doesn't fits the remote.
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Thanks for the suggestion Mrinal. Will see how the key maker does it, if not i will also replace it with the original key.
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Yesterday,the Autocop remote for my Accent gave up
A new one would cost me around 900 bucks,also the guy recommended a flip key based Autocop remote for 1.5K.
Is it going to be really a genuine autocop?,do they make such products?
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I got the same ones for the Elantra, but its rubbish, the button doesnt come back up once depressed.
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Yesterday,the Autocop remote for my Accent gave up
A new one would cost me around 900 bucks,also the guy recommended a flip key based Autocop remote for 1.5K.
Is it going to be really a genuine autocop?,do they make such products?
^^^Akshay, Who is doing this in Chandigarh, Would love to do it for the Tuc's Autocop Unit. Lemme know if you can.
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^^^Akshay, Who is doing this in Chandigarh, Would love to do it for the Tuc's Autocop Unit. Lemme know if you can.
Rohit,it is being done by a guy in Sec 16 panchkula.
il PM you his contact number.
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Old 18th April 2011, 13:03   #180
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Just saw this post on carwale, which also talks about these kind of flip keys

Anybody needs a Flip Key | Spares & Accessories | Car Forums - CarWale
The poster has his website at www.duplicatekeys.in

Apologies, if this has been quoted earlier as well.
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