Silvia Titanium Key – RI Gen2
Premium titanium keys for your Nissan Silvia!
These fit the S13 and S14 (complete compatibility list below). Each key has a polished/brushed finish as pictured.
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- Manufactured from titanium
- Machined from solid sheets of titanium based on our Solidworks drawings
- Design mimics the original R32 GTR keys with a few minor differences
- Due to the materials used these are very strong
- We have personally tested our keys to fit the R32 Skyline, Z32 300zx, as well as the S13 Silvia.
- Our unconfirmed compatibility list is as follows (this list is growing): 1980-1984 Datsun 810, 1984-1988 200SX, 1989-1991 240sx, 1984-1989 300ZX, 1989-2000 300ZX, 1982-1986 720, 1983-1990 Pulsar NX, 1982-1986 Sentra, 1990-1991 Stanza, 1989-1994 R32 Skyline, 1995-1998 R33 Skyline, 1994-1998 S14 Silvia
- The actual key design (pictured) should be compatible with the ignition cylinder/door locks of other vehicles not listed. Compare the length and grooves in your key to the ones in the picture.
- Each key needs to be cut on a MANUAL key cutting machine. Please seek out an experienced locksmith in your area.
- No kiosks and no automatic machines at hardware stores.
- Instruct the locksmith to cut the key slowly. Cutting this key using the same speed as a typical brass key can either damage their blade or damage your new titanium key
- After your key is cut you will need to debur the edges before using it. The wire wheel on a typical manual key cutting machine is not enough.
- Use either a small jewelers file or rolling up a piece of sandpaper (200-320 grit) to smooth out any and all sharp edges left over from the cutting process.
- If you plan on testing the key in your car immediately, bring your file/sandpaper with you!
- If your key is being matched/cut from an extremely old and worn key, we highly recommend finding a locksmith in your area that can code cut this new key.
- This often involves them generating a code from your existing key, cutting a generic blank using the code in their machine, and then matching your new titanium key on the manual key cutting machine.
- We tested both methods and measured the differences with a digital caliper… the code cut key is a clear winner. Our original prototype did not work on an 89 Skyline but the problem ended up being the worn original key.
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