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Old 04-25-2005, 09:24 PM   #1
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Unhappy SK+ Kit Delivered: Now What?

I just got the SK+ kit delivered. Everything is in German. I tried translating the install document using google but it is still unclear (as far as steps to do, etc.) Any suggestions would be appreciated. I wanted to do the install myself and get it tuned at a shop and it seems pretty straight forward but even I am skeptical that I can do the install with no real instructions or experience.

I live in the bay area. Any recommendations on a shop to do the install with limited instructions? I guess experience is the key here. What guages/sensors are a must to have. Your inputs are greatly appreciated.
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Old 04-25-2005, 09:58 PM   #2
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what's your email....i used a different website to translate the instructions and can email you what i came up with....install doesn't seem too bad
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Old 04-25-2005, 10:01 PM   #3
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a/f ratio gauge isn't required, but nice to have.

for sure try to have an EGT (exhaust gas temp) gauge and maybe a boost gauge (although with this kit don't expect to change the boost too much, but it's nice to have the ability to monitor boost levels and watch out for boost spikes).
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a/f ratio gauge isn't required, but nice to have.

for sure try to have an EGT (exhaust gas temp) gauge and maybe a boost gauge (although with this kit don't expect to change the boost too much, but it's nice to have the ability to monitor boost levels and watch out for boost spikes).
any recommendations on where to pick up the gauges at?
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I just got the SK+ kit delivered. Everything is in German. I tried translating the install document using google but it is still unclear (as far as steps to do, etc.) Any suggestions would be appreciated. I wanted to do the install myself and get it tuned at a shop and it seems pretty straight forward but even I am skeptical that I can do the install with no real instructions or experience.

I live in the bay area. Any recommendations on a shop to do the install with limited instructions? I guess experience is the key here. What guages/sensors are a must to have. Your inputs are greatly appreciated.
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i have a friend whos a bmw tech, if you need one. Girard from TWC with the red widebody e36 m3 turbo.

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This is unfortortunetly why I did not end up buying the kit from Infinitas, he wouldn't translate it. I wish you good luck, it is actually a very easy install I hear, Samir and the boys would probably be able to do it fairly quickly.

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edit: Guage wise, usually what people will run is A/F ratio, Boost, and Oil Pressure. With this charger they are definetly not a Must have since it's fairly low boost and easy maintenence, but at least a boost guage is nice too have.
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Personally I would go to a reputable shop like Rennwerks in mountain view. They are very experienced with aftermarket parts for BMW and Porsche.
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Old 04-26-2005, 06:22 AM   #11
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SK+ English Install Doc exists.

Someone just sent me an english version of the SK+ Install Document. Hurray!

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This is unfortortunetly why I did not end up buying the kit from Infinitas, he wouldn't translate it. I wish you good luck, it is actually a very easy install I hear, Samir and the boys would probably be able to do it fairly quickly.

Good Luck,

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edit: Guage wise, usually what people will run is A/F ratio, Boost, and Oil Pressure. With this charger they are definetly not a Must have since it's fairly low boost and easy maintenence, but at least a boost guage is nice too have.
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