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OK, their prices are much higher as posted on their web site. I have sent them an email. The prices on their web site include VAT - are customers in US required to pay VAT?
I never paid Value-Added-Tax on anything I purchased from Europe, I'm guessing they will deduct it from your price.
 

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The ECU (PGM/FI), wiring harness and other needed parts are priced at $9,167 from Ten Kate (including VAT), if you are getting the HRC Superbike PGM/FI for less than 4,500 Euro than please tell me who your supplier is.


Yes, I am considering the HRC PGM/FI, wiring harness and related parts, please reply on how to purchase from you. I have the software setting tool from 2017.
I have sent you a direct message.
 

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OK, their prices are much higher as posted on their web site. I have sent them an email. The prices on their web site include VAT - are customers in US required to pay VAT?
Yes there is no VAT for parts exported from the European Union. It is very simple and Ten Kate will sort that for you. Like I said, contact them and they will create a quote. They gave me the discount based on making a complete order which had almost everything that is needed to convert the bike to track-only.

If you need a list of parts I ordered lmk, happy to post it here to help.
 

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OK, their prices are much higher as posted on their web site. I have sent them an email. The prices on their web site include VAT - are customers in US required to pay VAT?
You will pay a higher price even with the discount and excluding VAT than the prices I have offered.

I am really not sure why a forum staff member is going out of their way to railroad a forum vendor offering discount prices.
 

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You will pay a higher price even with the discount and excluding VAT than the prices I have offered.
Not true actually and I pointed that out months ago.

I am really not sure why a forum staff member is going out of their way to railroad a forum vendor offering discount prices.
Hey Paul I am just sharing information about my positive experience and I am no staff member, but we have discussed this before and I am certain you remember.

Ten Kate is the only official supplier of HRC parts that I am aware of. Since Thousand Oaks Honda stopped years ago there has not been a legitimate US importer/distributor so as far as I know Ten Kate is it and they are super easy to work with and design parts needed to convert a street bike to track like racing brake lines, rear sets and track bodywork.

Has anyone ordered and received parts from you, would love to hear about that from them.
 

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Not true actually and I pointed that out months ago.
SC82 HRC ECU
Excl. Tax:€3,780.00
Excl. Tax:$4,600.00
-15% (690.00)
Incl.Discount $3,900

Forum member price: $2,725

I am in fact offering forum members a significant savings.

Hey Paul I am just sharing information about my positive experience and I am no staff member, but we have discussed this before and I am certain you remember.

Ten Kate is the only official supplier of HRC parts that I am aware of. Since Thousand Oaks Honda stopped years ago there has not been a legitimate US importer/distributor so as far as I know Ten Kate is it and they are super easy to work with and design parts needed to convert a street bike to track like racing brake lines, rear sets and track bodywork.

Has anyone ordered and received parts from you, would love to hear about that from them.
The fact you are trying to railroad a forum vendor that is offering forum members a very discounted price for product is all that we need to see - this is simply part of your ongoing childish vendetta.

As for official HRC resellers, every full line Honda Motorcycle dealer in Japan can qualify to be an HRC Service Center and as such will sell the parts over the counter.
 

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The fact you are trying to railroad a forum vendor that is offering forum members a very discounted price for product is all that we need to see ...
Paul you should look up what "railroading" is, when/if I do that to you, trust me you will know. As stated before I am sharing my positive experience with Ten Kate and forum members have the right to know about it.

You failed to answer, has anyone purchased and received HRC parts from you for the SC82, yes or no?
 

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You will pay a higher price even with the discount and excluding VAT than the prices I have offered.

I am really not sure why a forum staff member is going out of their way to railroad a forum vendor offering discount prices.
Again.... “Hi my name is Paul Kingsburgh, i'm 52 and I argue with people on the internet to try and achieve validation. I often antagonize and speak passive aggressively towards people and when they try and put me in my place or take me down a peg, I play the victim and then screen shot them and try to get reparations."
 

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Again.... “Hi my name is Paul Kingsburgh, i'm 52 and I argue with people on the internet to try and achieve validation. I often antagonize and speak passive aggressively towards people and when they try and put me in my place or take me down a peg, I play the victim and then screen shot them and try to get reparations."
I am struggling to understand your exhibited level of animosity towards RC45. On the surface, your contributions to this forum are limited to negative comments in wake of any posts made by RC45. I have tried to Ignore all of your posts that are one way or the other offensive, but that left a void that begs the question “Why is Dave on this forum?”. Your recent posts have now resorted to posting personally identifying information about him, where you are shadowed behind a name; which as far as I can tell is a pseudonym since a quick search doesn’t yield results for the name of David Alshire in the Houston area.

I think it is more sensible for the legacy of this forum and its focus, for you to stop production of such content that remains as litter for people to step over and around.

I do apologize if this post in itself appears to be a personal offense towards you. However, it is not. It is only bringing forth the frustration with the continuous stone throwing, which appears to be stemming from something that most of others are not privy to.
 

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@Bosston you should read my other posts where you will find proven, useful info for free. I have no idea who Dave is but, like me, he keeps it real. Maybe try reading these posts objectively instead of blind allegiance to Paul.

@hardcoremofo that's a pretty funny pic man, you work hard on that? Still livin' on that 2016 FEB Bike of the month high?
 

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@Bevo I think @J D can clear this up for you.
Ahh.. since my name shows up on that list, it appears that anyone who is given moderator duties is considered "Staff" by the hosting platform.

So, this revelation brought up the question: When are my statements personal and when are they representative of the moderator role?

To not veer off topic much further, I'll move my thoughts on this to the RANT thread here:

 

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I actually did earn that title, ask around. Who is Brian? I am sure your parents are proud of your accomplishments...
Who shall I ask? Your sausage fest of Batty and Shire?
my parent are super proud of a real person. Not someone who has a new bike and some parts that think they are better for some reason.
I think the only real SC82 specialist are the engineers who designed the bike. The rest are mostly wannabes like you
 

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Who shall I ask? Your sausage fest of Batty and Shire?
my parent are super proud of a real person. Not someone who has a new bike and some parts that think they are better for some reason.
I think the only real SC82 specialist are the engineers who designed the bike. The rest are mostly wannabes like you
I get batty's purpose here, to ask questions that others should've been asking some time ago.

I don't get what you're purpose is though, @hardcoremofo. Sounds like you're getting restless, you need a vacation.

@Bevo
It's quite simple actually, and pretty glaringly obvious:

@roadracerx is the most knowledgeable person with regard to the new SC82, based on his posts, I made him an honorary member of the SC82 section. He is not looking to profit from it, but just share his vast racing experience with the other members, for the good of the Group. His 'staff' member status is Honorary, due to his contribution. He is not a 'moderator' in the day to day sense, he is a content contributor. He doesn't have to deal with the day to day moderator duties as such.

I hope this is cleared up.
 

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I did the same thing, a few years ago on another moto forum I admin.. Brought in another friend, who writes for a major moto publication, (and owns said moto), and gave him the same status, because he's also a great content contributor.
 

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I did the same thing, a few years ago on another moto forum I admin.. Brought in another friend, who writes for a major moto publication, (and owns said moto), and gave him the same status, because he's also a great content contributor.
Sweet
 

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Who shall I ask? Your sausage fest of Batty and Shire?
my parent are super proud of a real person. Not someone who has a new bike and some parts that think they are better for some reason.
I think the only real SC82 specialist are the engineers who designed the bike. The rest are mostly wannabes like you
Well that doesn’t seem very accurate. RacerX has contributed a ton of great information about his sc82 and racing experience. What do you contribute except for crapping on people.
Oh wait, you can’t answer, see you on st pattys day, I guess. :ROFLMAO:
 
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