I need to snap a few more pics and it may take a few days to get everything written down due to a busy schedule. Over all this isn't a hard install, But I seen a few tips and tricks that make the process easy.
Get yourself some wire from an auto parts store. Black red and white should do ya just fine to help you keep from mixing wires up. You can use whatever colors or even all the same color, just make sure you label them to keep things straight in your head. Buy two add-a-fuse while there so you woln't have to do any splicing. It makes the job simple and quick, plus if you ever need to pull the wideband out, its a simple task.
Now go to Radio Shack and buy 1 male 6 pin molex connector, 1 female 6 pin molex connector, a straight 2.5 mm mono headphone plug, and some small gauge speaker wire. (the mono plug and small gauge wire is if you plan on doing the analog data logging via dsp/dst. The kit does include a cable to datalog via laptop but you must supply your own serial to us cable. So you decide which you rather do.
For now, a few pics.
Gage Wires + a male 6 pin molex connector from Radio Shack
Twist and fold the wire like this.
Using a pair of micro pliers fold the tabs of the metal pin over the wire. I positioned the wire so that it made contact on the bottom of the pin and the tabs folded over the sheathing. You dont need to crimp down with all your might. These wires are thin and delicate. use just enough force to make sure the pin woln't slide off, but not enough to actually damage the wire.
Repeat on all five wires and then carefully shove the wires into the plastic plug.
Now take 2 and a half feet of red, and white wire and attach the female pins. For the black (ground) you will want to take 2 and a half feet of wire and the ground from the wire you will be using for your 2.5 mm headphone jack. twist them together and then attach them to a female pin. You want the gauge and the 2.5 mm jack to share a ground so that way their is no variance in the reading between the gauge and your dsp/dst. Now take the other side of the wire for the jack and attach your pin. From here I would put the plastic plugs together and then insert your wires. This will keep you from goofing up and aaccidently putting a pin in the wrong hole.
Open your driver side door. Pull the door seal down from around your a pillar (against your windshield) and dash. Pull the a pillar cover from the top edge where it meets the headliner down toward the center of your steering wheel. It has two metal clips the fasten the top and middle of it to the car. Nothing special here, just pull gently. Repeat these steps on the passenger side. Now you need to pull off the top of the dash. On the left and right sides are two philips screws, and two more in the center where the defrost vent is. Once all 4 screws are out, lift up at the huge lip that goes over the spedo. Now that your dash is raised up follow the 2 wires and vacuum line coming from your boost gauge. Unplug your wires and pull the hose from the boot it's connected too. Now the dash is free and you can pull it out.