I bet you mean Beacon Park! That's just up the road from here...
No, Audio Note are wrong I'm afraid.
The older Airpax 818 and 807 motors are very different. They draw a lot more current and need a 0.39 cap (except Philips told everybody it was 0.68 - don't ask!).
They (AN) do tend to be a bit like this - I need a set of springs for my IIX900 - but all I get is pathetic excuses like they "can't get any" - yet they're still manufacturing the thngs in Estonia or somewhere.
Rega know what they're doing - they've probably made more t/t's than Systemdek, Audio Note & Pink triangle put together - so trust them. They were the first one's to use the '813 motor (which was made as an Airpax branded one originally, presumably by Philips). It is the first and only motor to be made specifically for t/t use - none of the others were, just standard industrial motors which got used for t/t's.
So 'tiz your call, but if AN came round to my place I could demonstrate the differences as we've several motors & psu's between us...
Actually, the very top Rega board has a couple of resistors to even up the 2 phases across the motor and they fit a decent thrust bearing, which is the best version of the 110v motor kit - I'll post a pic if i can find one.