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Just to let you guys know that I just signed up to the new and improved forum as our representative at Tyga Performance. If you have any questions about our products, please feel free to send me a PM or better still an email.

To celebrate our joining, we have put the T8 and RC211V style MC22 body kits on special price on our website (www.tyga-performance.com) for a limited time of only approx. 700 Aus dollars (exact amount depends on the exchange rate)
 

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WB! and that's a great price!
 
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               EMS Air Shipping Zone 6 $182.86USD

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               SAL Air Shipping Zone 3 $81.37USD
 

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Price is not including shipping and unfortunately we can't send SAL shipping which is really cheap because the Aussie Postal workers complained the boxes were too heavy! (can send to the rest of the World though... ) so shipping is by EMS to Australia and costs around 225 $Aus.

On the plus side EMS shipping is very quick and efficient so we can have the kit delivered in approx. one week from order.
 

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Thanks for all the favourable comments. On the MC19, it may or may not get a body kit depending on the workload for our designers.

On the painted kits, we can't offer a discount, sorry. The idea of the discounted unpainted kits is to make up for in volume of sales what we lose out on in margin. With painted kits, we only have one guy working with us part time so we can't turn these out in volume at the moment.

We will be making step kits for the MC22 next.

What other products do people want for their CBRs or anything else for that matter?
 

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First up, thanks for being consistent and taking our queries on board.

Second, if you were to offer bolt up gearing kits for these bikes (whether they be 428 or 520) that includes all hardware and a gearing calculator on your website, you'd make a killing.

Just food for thought :)
 

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We do make stock shaped lowers and uppers. The sales are not that great so not sure why that is. Maybe because they are not painted.

What do you mean by a bolt up gearing kit? Do you mean a kit which increases the gearing?
 

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richo said:
Second, if you were to offer bolt up gearing kits for these bikes (whether they be 428 or 520) that includes all hardware and a gearing calculator on your website, you'd make a killing.
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What do you mean by a bolt up gearing kit? Do you mean a kit which increases the gearing?
I'm guessing he means a gearing kit that would increase acceleration. Stock gearing on an MC22 is 17/52 and most bike shops can only get 17 tooth front sprockets and 52 or 54 teeth on the rear. So if you go 17/54 the acceleration increase isn't that great.

If you were to sell 14-15 teeth front sprockets and 54-56 teeth rear sprockets, which would make a considerable difference when accelerating, alot of people on CBR250's would be interested.

Only problem with this is it would put the speedo off by alot..

EDIT: From MCA, a 31-KVO front sprocket is available in a 14 tooth version and the 32-428 rear sprocket in a 54.. These fit the MC22, but you would have to use a 520 pitch chain. Going down 1 tooth on the front is usually equivalent to going up about 2 or 3 on the rear, so going from 17/52 to 14/54 is like going up 8-11 teeth on the rear (massive acceleration increase)
 

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Alex92 summed it up exactly.

Paul: There are other manufacturers on the market who make the sprockets already. JT/AFAM/Renthal/Whoever, whether or not you'd manufacter them yourself is completely your call, but it's a very easy mod to do with significant benefits, that a lot of people riding the bikes you're primarily marketing towards (older JDM models) seem to be completely in the dark about.

By removing the necessary steps where people find a forum (like this one) ask the question about gearing, get 5 different answers and still no idea, by saying "This kit fits the MC22 and will do xyz to your gearing", I think you could capture a lot of the market.

Just a thought though :)
 
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