They say they developed them with Ohlins, for use with Ohlins fork springs, not a copy, and not sure why anyone would confuse them with racetech instructions, that makes no sense why you would even think that.
Anyway, they told me to do a straight swap with the OEM part, as per the paper in the pack, which is pretty vague to me, and in Italian.
They recommend Ohlins springs and Ohlins 5 fork oil at 130mm oil level, but I don't know what the original and modified numbers mean. I have taken a photo of the only thing they sent.
PS: If you don't know, please don't bag them or make silly suggestions.
OK, based just on the pictures presented it looks as though you have:
*New Compression Valve assemblies with prefitted shim stacks.
*Revised Rebound Valve Shim Stack sets.
*Tabulated info that gives you the shim stack sequencing, plus compares it to stock so you will be able to tell which one goes on first when you do the Rebound work, as well as the stack build comparisons to stock for both Compression and Rebound.
*A suggested Oil Level, and 130 is a good number to use for the nature of the build you are doing.
* A recommended oil viscosity and the 5W you stated makes sense.
It looks as though you are left on your own re spring rate and installed preload selections, but both are pretty straight forward to do.
As for instructions on how to do the compression revalving and rebound reshimming, their assumption is likely that whomever is buying the stuff already knows how to do it.
There may be a video you can free access from Racetech, if you need it.
You should be able to find something on YouTube.
Some years ago, zaq123 and/or rmb posted some excellent pictures and notes of 919 front fork cartridge revalving.
I don't remember the thread name.
See if you can find it here on WristTwisters.