Originally Posted by Obsidian
So if I buy from overseas can I still have my units repaired overseas? but I can't have them repaired here in the USA? What purpose does that serve other than price gouging?
Just trying to figure this out...no insult to anyone intended.
Yes and Yes. It's not price gouging at all... Much More Racing is a company that operates in different continents. Many products are developed for certain continents... the first Power Masters had a 110V version and a 220V version depending on where the consumer is located.
I've done both (purchase MMR products overseas and the USA)... items that can be costly if they break (Power Master, Cell Master, CTX-D, etc) I have purchased in the US (Nexus Racing)... now, smaller items such as the heat sinks, distibution blocks, etc I would consider purchasing overseas.
Very similar in photography... I have thousands of dollars invested in Nikon camera gear over the years... it is much cheaper to buy gear overseas (called grey market) but, grey market items do not carry the same warranty as Nikon USA gear. As with MMR, if any of the items purchased overseas broke, I would have to ship it somewhere in Asia... same with MMR. USA bought Nikon gear, if broken, gets shipped to Torrance, CA while MMR items gets shipped to British Columbia, Canada.
So... yes, overseas items may be a little bit cheaper but, if something went wrong... I think you'll wish you had spent a little more buying here in the USA.
I have had very good experiences with Arun and Kumpol at Nexus Racing... also with Steve at SpeedTech. I strongly recommend them.