First of all, you shouldn't take any of my advice here because I am a mediocre mechanic at best. More than one project has ended up at a dealer to fix my mistakes. In fact, I wouldn't take my own advice but when I'm out in the garage, there's no one else to ask. Second of all, I'm only half way through the project and I won't find out how well it works until April. If I'm lucky.
Still, as I've spent some time on this and emailed with RaceTech several times, I thought I would share what I (may) have learned. First, the package is labeled NV for No Video. It turns out there isn't a video and the labeling is for internal consistency.
Second of all, and more importantly, the instructions, which are otherwise quite good, are not specific for BMW's. The product is sold for 70-92 airheads and there are a number of differences in the forks over that period of time. There are some brief comments/instructions on the web page, here
However, I emailed Mat Wiley, listed as the "Vintage God" on RT's website and he sent me some different instructions. If you decide to install these, email Matt yourself as I am not going to claim I understood him perfectly. I'll show you what I did do based on my emails with him.
I'll break this into a few posts to get the pictures in. Break out your Clymer manual and compare to the pictures in there.
When you disassemble the forks, you probably don't need to create a tool as the Clymer instructs -- the bottom nut under the rubber cover will loosen with a socket if the spring is still installed (Edit: I did end up making the tool to make sure it was tight enough on reassembly). Once you remove the fork leg, you also do not need to take out the circlip and the two threaded spacers with a non threaded spacer from the fork tube. However, I would. Like me you might find this: