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      11-05-2009, 06:08 PM   #1
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Our CMGS and VC-2 Controllers have been a great success but we wanted to make an already great value even better. Recently we have made some substantial changes to the CMGS. The enclosure is now 100% CNC machined Billet Anodized Aluminum. This makes a huge difference in the quality and appearance of the CMGS.
Recently we have release CMGS-FS V105. With the new flash we carry over all the great features of the CMGS, but now add failsafe in the CMGS directly. This means you do not need anything other than the CMGS and a flow sensor. This gives you a boost gauge, flow gauge, progressive controller and failsafe all in one 52 MM gauge.
We had 4 things in mind for the CMGS-FS BMW Kit:
1. SIMPLICITY:
We wanted this to be simple, effective and easy to use. Also, it needed to allow for the cleanest possible install. When considering systems on the market to see the advantage of the CMGS is simple. Competing systems on the market would make you buy a progressive controller (typically about 3.5 inches X 3.5 inches). you would need to buy the failsafe module (typically about 4 X 3 inches), you would need to buy a 52 MM flow gauge and finally if you want a boost gauge you would need to buy that. The CMGS-FS combines all 4 into 1 neat package. If you love your boost gauge and dont need another, you can configure the CMGS to display pump dutycycle or voltage instead of the boost. In addition to all of that the CMGS can inject based on just boost, just MAF or boost and MAF at the same time. other progressive controllers give the option of one or the other.
2. Adjustablility:
We made certain the CMGS has a number of adjustable params. This makes the All-in-one CMGS more flexible. These will be discussed later.
3. Quality:
We will not compromise on quality. The CMGS is all CNC machined, the pump is our 250 psi pump, our new high pressure hose and other upgrades are included.
4. Value:
With all of the features and performance of this system, the value will be obvious.

FEATURES:

Included:
The new CMGS-FS kit will include the following:
13 PAGE INSTALL GUIDE for the BWM N54 Platforum with PICTURES.
135I/335I Specific Install Guide
high pressure 200-250 psi pump
no tank, 1 gallon tank or 1.5 gallon trunkmount tank
Turbine Based Real Time Flow sensor
low level fluid indicator
Water Filter
2 injector nozzles
60 feet of wiring
zip ties
electrical connectors
15 feet of high pressure semi-clear nylon hose
15 feet of boost line (for trunkmount kits, 7 feet for underhood kits)
CMGS controller (including failsafe ability, progressive controller, boost display and flow display).
Fluid Control Device (solenoid or checkvalve)

How does it work?
Most of you are familiar with how the CMGS can be "programmed". Its a simple matter of just turning the knobs into configuration mode and setting values. Here are some videos to get an idea. Please note that some of these videos are of the first gen CMGS, it does not have the new CNC enclosure.

CMGS videos

BUILT IN FAILSAFE
The failsafe configuration will work very similar. you will turn the min max knobs to 1 to get into the failsafe configuration mode. From there the failsafe options will show. The AUX output wire on the CMGS can be programmed in this mode to stay on unless there is a problem in which it will turn off...or it can stay off unless there is a problem in which it will turn on. Within the configuration you will easily set the flow threshold as well as the dutycycle threshold. If the params are not met the failsafe will trip.
FAILSAFE Configuration options:
1) Flow window. You can set the low and high flow.
2) you set the threshold of boost, voltage or dutycycle.
3) you set the AUX wire as Normally Closed or Normally Open.
If the system theshold has been met and you are not within the flow window your failsafe will trip. If your low level sensor is installed and you are low on fluid it will trip as well. As well as your failsafe tripping, the CMGS gauge will give you an error code telling what the problem is. No more guessing as to what the problem is like with other failsafes on the market.
"000" Fluid level is low.
"001" Flow has dropped below the MIN flow threshold.
"002" Flow is greater than the MAX flow threshold.
"003" system is flowing when it should not be.
You can set the flow threshold from 100 to 2500 CC/M on the low and high.
Boost threshold can be set from 1 to 30 PSI
Voltage from 0 to 5 Volts (or the multiplied value)
Dutycycle from 1 to 100 %.

The low level fluid switch will activate the fault input when you are low on fluid. If the fault input activates, the failsafe will also trip. You can connect any third part device to this input as well to trip the failsafe.
DISPLAY
There are several values that will display on the CMGS at all times. Flow rate and your fault status and your choice of BOOST, PUMP DUTYCYCLE or VOLTAGE (such as MAF). Most customer will choose boost between them. Please note that flow rate will always be present along with one of the other choices.
Also, when you turn the MIN or MAX knob to set the MIN and MAX the value that you set will display on the screen for 3 seconds and then revert back to your boost, dc or voltage. If the failsafe is enabled and it trips it will flash the error code until the fault is restored (as well as tripping the actual failsafe wire)

Injection MODES:
With the 135I, you will inject based on boost on a progressive matter.


FLEXIBILITY:
We feel this makes a good case to be among the cleanest simple installs on the market especially since this combines a flow gauge, boost gauge, progressive controller and failsafe into one unit. No computer is required to program the failsafe, just navigate through a few menus. You can set the boost, dutycycle or voltage threshold as well as the low/high flow threshold or window. you can also set the AUX output wire (failsafe trigger) as normally open or normally closed. In otherwords you can turn it off if there is a failure or turn it on when there is a failure. When you are low on fluid it will also trip the failsafe.
If you have a progressive style kit from another manufacturer, you can replace the progressive controller with the CMGS and Flow Sensor as it is compatable. The CMGS can be used simply as a failsafe, flow gauge and boost gauge on an existing system as well.

This kit is 100% complete with the only options being tank size, CMGS bezel and display color. 2 injector choices, low level float switch, flow sensor, water filter, solenoid are all included. You will be able to see the flow rate in real time as well as your choice of boost, dutycycle or voltage. the low fluid level has a visual indication as well as failsafe status. Once the user manual and updated diagrams are available I will post them as well.
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Our new CMGS-FS BWM kit is now ready. See video of the failsafe. Will post link to the product.


http://www.coolingmist.com/videos.aspx?videoid=13#video

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      11-08-2009, 02:39 PM   #4
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Here is a link to the new CMGS-FS 135 I and 335 I specific kits.

http://www.coolingmist.com/detailmai...?pid=CMGSFSbmw

Everything that is needed for the install is included. Here is a link to the PDF. we have over 50 pictures of the entire install.

http://www.coolingmist.com/instructions/cmgs135i335.pdf

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Thanks everyone for your wonderful support. Our BMW 135 I project car has been working out great. When you download our PDF for the CMGS BMW FS kit, that BMW in the instructions is ours (not the one on the cover though).

We have a 135I, so we have a kit specific to your vehicle and can help you with any questions you have.

You have an awesome ride and our CMGS FS BMW kit is clearly worthy!

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      11-25-2009, 08:37 PM   #6
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Feel free to call us, PM us or email us if you have any questions. Our website is www.coolingmist.com and phone is 888-MORE-HPW Our BMW 135 I kit is not a "universal" one size fits all. We really have a BMW 135/335 I kit that is designed for this vehicle. Our instructions document the install on this specific vehicle and all parts needed for install are included.

Nothing is easier, nothing is better. Spend more and get less...or buy ours and get everything you need and more importantly what you want.

CMGS allows you to see your boost, see your flow rate and gives you your failsafe status in one 52 MM gauge. There is no clutter of 4 different gauges/controllers like with our competitors kits. Just one gauge that does it all. This allows our kit to be easier, faster and less expensive. Its integrated with more features at a better price.

Lets detail what we are talking about so you can really see what a value we are. Coolingmist defines value as Performance, Quality, Features, Engineering and Price. We define engineering as making things smaller and lighter...not having more features...except maybe having more features in a smaller package. Lets break this down.

A progressive water meth kit with a 200 + PSI pump will cost you around $450-$500 from one of our competitors. They will sell a failsafe for $160. A flow gauge is $140. You probably want a nice boost gauge in your vehicle, so thats another $100. Our kit comes with a fluid control valve, its optional in our competitors kit $40.

Now you can see with our CMGS-fS BMW kit you get all of that in one 52 MM gauge for $625 and a complete BMW specific kit. you would spend $900-$1000 to get the features of this kit with our competitor and then you have the nightmare of installing a boost gauge, flow gauge, box progressive controller and box failsafe with flow sensor.

By looking at the above example you can see how ours will cost less. . and the quality is top notch (all CNC machined aluminum,etc). its because we engineered an All in one product. We did not have to design 4 different products which makes the product cost alot more.

Any questions about our kits let us know. You will not be dissapointed in a Coolingmist Kit.

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Nice and true I looked at snow and its so much more, when I save up enough for one I will def go with you guys!
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Here is a nice plot detailing some of the features of the CMGS All-in-one Gauge Controller. You will immediately see how the CMGS like no other allows you to see all your important things at one glance. Boost, Flow, Failsafe Status and Controller settings.

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the N54 platform does exceptionally well with water meth injection. Whether you are just looking to cool your temps, replace race gas or make big power sooner or later you will want...actually NEED a meth kit. If you have a tune, you will never get the most out of it without a great meth kit and we have one designed for your vehicle.

Get a CMGS FS BMW kit and get a kit designed with your vehicle in mind. CMGS displays boost in real time so you will not have to get a boost gauge. If you have one, this will replace it making install easy.

See what CMGS-FS BMW is all about. No other mod will give you so much for so little.

http://www.coolingmist.com/detailmai...?pid=CMGSFSbmw
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bump everyone. Give us a call! 888-more-hpw or see us at www.coolingmist.com. Our product is unmatched at safely giving you more power. forget the upgraded intercooler!

See what we have to offer!

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let us know what questions you have!

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Contact us at www.coolingmist.com to see our meth kits. We spared no expense to make the CMGS-FS BMW kit the best in the business. learn about all the benefits of this kit. Any questions let us know.
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The link to the 135i specific install guide doesn't seem to work - can that be reposted please?
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The link to the 135i specific install guide doesn't seem to work - can that be reposted please?

Ok, I found where the link was broke, here it is again.


http://www.coolingmist.com/instructions/cmgs135i335.pdf

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Contact us for questions about this kit. Its kick ass I promise.....Also the new flash is going to work with JB3 for map switching automatically!

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Let us know what questions you have. The CMGS-FS BMW kit addresses the failures of many other kits on the market. We designed an "all in one kit" that gives you the best of all worlds. Finally you can view your boost, flow, settings and failsafe status at a glance as well as have a simplified install.

Visit us at www.coolingmist.com and see what CMGS-FS BMW has to offer. You will not be disspointed in a coolingmist kit.

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This is our VC2 version of the kit. instead of a gauge, it has a 3.5 X 3.5 inch box that you can mount on the tank. Other than the way the controller mounts, its the same as the CMGS. This is for someone that wants to put the controller in the trunk and does not want to mount the gauge.




http://www.coolingmist.com/detailmain.aspx?pid=VC2FSBMW

wiring is the same as the CMGS-FS

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