Thanks for the Business 101, I think I got that down.
Again, if you are Kinetic, with your multiple screen names, why not have this on the Kinetic webpage as well?
Your Business 101 answer was in the first post of the thread, if you read the thread why ask the question? I'm not Kinetic, however I WAS the sales manager there for 2 years, and I help them on the forums.
I see the other turbo kits on their website, all except the 24v, which Kinetic (or you? ) have announced was already in developlment and one of your test car customers even leaked it out ahead of the typical Kinentic R&D policy of 6-months.
Yes, they are on my site not theirs, because they have a limitted sales staff, and they haven't had a chance to take pictures and put the kit up. I received an email from the owner saying that the kits are in production and after placing an order there is a 1 week lead time to ship.
Or did I answer my own question right there? Basically you guys don't want to incur the liability yet want to capitalize on the 24v turbo market before it fizzles?
I don't know what liability you're talking about, the kits are in production, if they didnt think the kits would sell they wouldn't build them, business 101 class 2.
Hence the reason why you wanted to quickly get the hardware out, versus the complete package like previous Kinetic setups?
Kinetic offers hardware kits for the 1.8T and has done for some months, just like ATP does, whats wrong with having a hardware kit? Why limit yourself to selling a complete kit with software if someone doesn't want to use the software in the kit?
Again, let me rephrase my question, why would Kinetic allow you (the distributor) to release a turbo kit w/o software and fueling?
Please see previous reply and business 101 class 2 again