Its the cost that is so stunning here!Shocking it may sound, but this actually works. Because mine had really worn out ignition lock cylinder, this is what I have now. Just make sure that you get the right one, they have both for carby bike and for ie.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Ignition Switch Lock Fuel Gas Cap Key Set Ducati 900 SS 1999 750 SS 1999 at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!www.ebay.com
When I got the bike, it was missing the rear seat latch key cylinder (the PO told me that it just popped off). And annoyingly, the ignition cylinder was really worn out that it took a great bit of fettling to turn on or off the ignition (it wasn't the key, one of them was new). So I searched, and for life of me, I could not find the complete matching OEM set, so this is what I found and decided to use. One thing though - I wanted to keep the Elephant on the fuel cap, so I had it keyed to fit the new key. It works fine, really. Quality-wise? Honestly, I'm not sure which is worse, the 90s Italian, or the 21st century Chinese. I took the Chinese fuel filler apart side by side with the original (was trying to swap the barrel, didn't work, has slightly different design), and neither looked to be better nor worse than the other.Its the cost that is so stunning here!
All that for a tadge over $50?
Is it any good?
I swapped mine for a second hand set however only wanted the fuel cap and swapped the tumblers ( Keys worked just the fuel cap seal had perished)
Not sure I paid much less than this!
I have the very same bike and had the very same problem. I ordered a kit with all three (gas cap, ignition switch and storage lock with matching key). the storage lock cylinder did not match so I put the new tumblers in the old lock cylinder to match the new key, something I have done many times in the auto industry. If this happens to you and you do not fell comfortable doing this take both the old and new one to any lock smith and ask them to "re-code" the cylinder, they will know what you mean! PS: I paid about $65 for the kit.I have the opportunity to buy a 900ss , with low 6500 miles , has been in a low speed crash
( mostly cosmetic) for cheap cheap $$!
However ....... problem .....
there are NO keys!
What’s required to replace parts to get it back to go time?