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    How do I find evo parts in the ETK? I select ECE and I do not selct a year yet it shows me no part numbers for things like 48mm throttles or headers etc. Any help is appreciated.

  • #2
    Have you tried clicking or double-clicking the part descriptions? (Unfortunately I don't have mine w/ me.) That should show the part numbers and their descriptions.

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    • #3
      you have to select the proper year and month.

      e.g. for E3, I select january 1990.
      for an E2, try november or december 1989.
      if there is an evo version of the part, then the
      parts will be listed under the standard parts.
      on the german ETK you will also see the sonder serie
      listed, like cecotto.

      John

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      • #4
        Originally posted by John
        you have to select the proper year and month.

        e.g. for E3, I select january 1990.
        for an E2, try november or december 1989.
        if there is an evo version of the part, then the
        parts will be listed under the standard parts.
        on the german ETK you will also see the sonder serie
        listed, like cecotto.

        John
        Interesting. On the HTK I'm able to forego entering a year/month and view all parts for all years, simultaneously. I guess they changed this with the ETK.

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        • #5
          perhaps you know a trick I dont. Ive never been
          able to automatically list alls evo parts
          at once, e.g. list all the headers from various years,
          or list all the valve springs. but on the other hand,
          im not a computer geek, so I might be doing things
          the hard way for a long time now ))

          in germany the m3 is still on the ETK, and not on the HTK.

          let me know of any special tricks

          John

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