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post #1 of 3 Old Jun 27th, 2009, 8:37 am Thread Starter
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Power FRK Prices

I recently ordered a Power FRK for my K1200GT. Here is some useful info about pricing:

* Right now, the price on their website is $293. They tell me that the normal retail price is $327. They say that the price will go back to normal retail on 29 July 2009.

* Discount coupons are available for "Members of the Bulletin Boards". I assume that these forums are considered bulletin boards. You can get a 10% discount by entering the coupon code "PPBB" on their website.

I paid: $293.00 - $29.30 (10% discount) + $20 shipping = $283.70

I got the pricing info in an email from Lenny Pederson at Foster Performance. I believe he is a salesperson there, but he didn't provide a title.

Should I share this info in the "Bike Talk" forum, since many BMW riders may be interested, especially those with 2005/6 - 2008 K bikes?

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I haven't received my Power FRK, let alone installed it.
I don't have any other relationship with Foster Performance.
I decided on my own to share this information. I want to help my fellow K1200GT riders to save a little money on the Power FRK, because they seem to be popular right now.
(In other words, don't shoot the messenger.)
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post #2 of 3 Old Jun 27th, 2009, 9:44 pm
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Re: Power FRK Prices

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I recently ordered a Power FRK for my K1200GT. Here is some useful info about pricing:

* Right now, the price on their website is $293. They tell me that the normal retail price is $327. They say that the price will go back to normal retail on 29 July 2009.

* Discount coupons are available for "Members of the Bulletin Boards". I assume that these forums are considered bulletin boards. You can get a 10% discount by entering the coupon code "PPBB" on their website.

I paid: $293.00 - $29.30 (10% discount) + $20 shipping = $283.70

I got the pricing info in an email from Lenny Pederson at Foster Performance. I believe he is a salesperson there, but he didn't provide a title.

Should I share this info in the "Bike Talk" forum, since many BMW riders may be interested, especially those with 2005/6 - 2008 K bikes?

Disclaimers:
I haven't received my Power FRK, let alone installed it.
I don't have any other relationship with Foster Performance.
I decided on my own to share this information. I want to help my fellow K1200GT riders to save a little money on the Power FRK, because they seem to be popular right now.
(In other words, don't shoot the messenger.)
The good thang is the product actually works.



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post #3 of 3 Old Jun 29th, 2009, 2:06 am
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Re: Power FRK Prices

And the bad thang is that I already bought mine at full retail . . .

Actually, it works so well that I've been glad to have it and only wish I'd put it in sooner.

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