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For those of you looking for parts like me and saw the thread on the forum that had the parts from Bikers and thought they looked sweet i did some research. Sent them an email and they emailed me back the parts list with prices. Shipping is usually a week. You have to pay by transferring money into their account. No CC or Paypal unfortunately. Shipping cost is by weight. I converted all prices from Thai Baht to US Dollars. Enjoy

Adjustable Brake Lever (extra long) - $24
Folding Adj. Brake Lever (ex. long) - $28.38
Adjustable Clutch Lever - $21.70
Folding Adj. Clutch Lever - $26.71
Rear Footrest - $30.04
Front Shock Up Adjuster - $36.72
Front Caliper Guard - $33.38
Chain Adj. with Stand Hook - $43.40
Fork Stabilizer - $56.76
Front Sprocket Cover - $36.72
Rear Adjuster Plate - $30.04
Rear Wheel Protector - $50.08
Clutch Cable Guide - $13.35
Front Brake Resevoir Cover - $11.01
Rear Brake Resevoir Cover - $10.01
Centered Bolt - $10.68
Oil Filler Plug - $11.68
Extra Protectors - $8.34
Engine Guard Set - $140.23
Engine Plug - $15.02
Rear Footrest Set - $116.86
Rear Set - $173.62
Fairing Guard Set - $106.84
Swingarm Axel Cap Cover - $26.71
Front Wheel Protector - $43.40
Adjustable Handle Bar Set - $126.87
Handle Bar Cap - $14.02
Rotating Bar Clamp - $3.00
Clutch Adjuster - $4.67

All of these parts are available in GOLD, SILVER, RED, and BLACK
 

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Feel free to email them and get the prices. Or you could just use a converter to convert what i put up
 

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Our markup is like 1 million percent, we make like 1000000$ for every $1 sold. :confused: :rolleyes: This has been posted from my personal jet.
 

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What is your markup on items?
I wouldn't be suprised if it is about 300%. The company I order some of these parts from - Tsukigi Racing (because I could pay through paypal) had a 290% markup from the "Bikers Sale price" (after conversions of course). This markup makes the parts much more expensive so hopefully the quality is excellent.
 

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I spoke with the company you suggested and I am getting $67.50 per brake lever if I want to order...PLUS shipping which they have not confirmed yet. I may not go through with it.
 

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When do you expect them to be in?

I wouldn't be suprised if it is about 300%. The company I order some of these parts from - Tsukigi Racing (because I could pay through paypal) had a 290% markup from the "Bikers Sale price" (after conversions of course). This markup makes the parts much more expensive so hopefully the quality is excellent.
 

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I wouldn't be suprised if it is about 300%. The company I order some of these parts from - Tsukigi Racing (because I could pay through paypal) had a 290% markup from the "Bikers Sale price" (after conversions of course). This markup makes the parts much more expensive so hopefully the quality is excellent.
Nobody (at the retail level) has a 300% markup in this industry, more like 20% if their really lucky. The manufacturers (bikers themselves) might see 100%.
 

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Nobody (at the retail level) has a 300% markup in this industry, more like 20% if their really lucky. The manufacturers (bikers themselves) might see 100%.
just curious to hear your take on the quality of the bikers product line, or if theres alternatives you recommend as well... maybe there's a brand line that you guys have had great experience with?

im definitely interested in purchasing parts to completely customize my cbr, but i dont really know much on the aftermarkets...

thanks in advance!
 

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^ awesome! i have my 1st order in process with you guys already for some yoshi sliders. looking forward to receiving and doing more biz :)

i need to check out your site for more goodies for the cbr!
 

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Nobody (at the retail level) has a 300% markup in this industry, more like 20% if their really lucky. The manufacturers (bikers themselves) might see 100%.
I'm just going on the prices that were quoted to me from the two companies. Bikers quoted me prices in Thai Baht and Tsukigi Racing quoted me prices in US Dollars. I'm in Canada so I converted both prices to Canadian dollars and the Tsukigi prices WERE 290% more after the conversion. To me this actually makes sense. Tsukigi needs to purchase the parts from Bikers, have them shipped to Japan (or the US wherever the warehouse is). All this cost money so they would obviously need to mark up the products so they can make money. After all their expenses their profit margin might only be around 20%.

Whatever the explanation is you cannot deny that the Tsukigi prices are much higher than Bikers. Mind you Tsukigi Racing did give me about $200 (USD) discount on the products themselves and paid some of the shipping from their warehouse in Japan (will cost me $100 to ship from Japan).

Some of the products were not in stock so they expect delivery to by August 29.
 
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