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    cp-e FMIC with Inline Oil Cooler - NO CUTTING REQUIRED

    With one of the largest and most efficient cores - it requires ZERO cutting of any part on your car!

    Here are the white papers for detailed information! ENJOY!

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    I will put up more pictures later but here is a sneak peak.

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    Ok, that is absolutely awesome!

    When you put up the pics later, create anoter thread in the N54 section for the FMIC please! The current photo link does not work, just letting you know.

    I'm working on a plugin to allow you to mirror threads here in various sections, but for now, I want you to get max exposure and I want to promote this to the front page!

    Seriously, excellent work!

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    Got mine on yesterday. HOLY $#@! this car pulls up top now. What a nice difference. Can't wait to run more boost. Click here to enlarge

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    Awesome product! I think im love with the 135i for DD purposes!
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    Thanks for the whitepapers, that looks like it took a LONG time to do, and is appreciated!

    Is there any research on the oil cooler that comes with the FMIC? I'm curious because of what Abid had to say about the oil pump not being able to maintain pressure. Is it also possible to get the FMIC without the oil cooler? What was the reasoning behind putting the oil cooler on top of the FMIC?

    Thanks!

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    The white papers are so detailed! I appreciate all the effort and time for the testing along with the writeup.

    More important question...WHEN WHERE AND HOW CAN I ORDER??? Click here to enlarge

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    Oh anymore info regard the oil cooler? The white sheets only had IC info and didnt mention anything about the oil cooler.

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    Give us a call and we'll get one heading your way!

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    A company that actually tests an intercooler and provides the results? wtf? Someone pinch me.
    Looks amazing as usualClick here to enlarge

    Everyone should read that pdf file.

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    Looks clean. Will be adding it to our product lineup shortly. Click here to enlarge

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    Loosh - yours is boxed up waiting for you.

    Terry - as usual you are a gentleman and a great person to work with. Let me know if you need anything.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by saikyo Click here to enlarge
    Thanks for the whitepapers, that looks like it took a LONG time to do, and is appreciated!

    Is there any research on the oil cooler that comes with the FMIC? I'm curious because of what Abid had to say about the oil pump not being able to maintain pressure. Is it also possible to get the FMIC without the oil cooler? What was the reasoning behind putting the oil cooler on top of the FMIC?

    Thanks!
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by elim11 Click here to enlarge
    Oh anymore info regard the oil cooler? The white sheets only had IC info and didnt mention anything about the oil cooler.
    there isn't the empirical data for the oc that there is for the ic. It is simply added value to an already superior product. As far as the oil pump is concerned, that is a non issue. The oc consists of lines and a finned tube with zero change in tubing diameter from stock. There is no restriction in flow, only added length. As far as real world results go, I've noticed my temps are 10-15 deg lower. More importantly perhaps is that the temps fall much more quickly than before. When I rarely got to 250, it would just sit there until I turned the car off for a while. Now it drops noticeably when driving. And it's never gotten to 250 and I upped the boosto 14psi with ambient temps in the mid 80s.

    The price is comparable to the other options out there but the core is better. The addition of the oil cooler is icing on the cake. And, it really works!!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by www.cp-e.com Click here to enlarge
    Loosh - yours is boxed up waiting for you.

    Terry - as usual you are a gentleman and a great person to work with. Let me know if you need anything.
    Ship that bad boy out, you know the address. Not interested in the oil cooler though. My car never runs above 240 no matter how hard I push it. If I had temp issues, i would def be interested.

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    PDF embedded, thread stickied.

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    would this be covered under warranty ?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by D335i Click here to enlarge
    would this be covered under warranty ?
    The intercooler itself or your motor you mean? Your BMW warranty will not cover aftermarket parts. However, if something happened with the intercooler on they would have to prove the intercooler affected it. Plus, with no cutting, you can return to stock fairly easily.

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    Seriously considering the C-PE FMIC, from what I hear this is the best on the market so far.. Debates?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dOpEdUpM3 Click here to enlarge
    Seriously considering the C-PE FMIC, from what I hear this is the best on the market so far.. Debates?
    It is one of the best on the market, not much debate Click here to enlarge

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    Nice!!!! Def one of the best FMIC from i can see.. Esp since it comes with the oil cooler.. That is something nice to have extra!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    The intercooler itself or your motor you mean? Your BMW warranty will not cover aftermarket parts. However, if something happened with the intercooler on they would have to prove the intercooler affected it. Plus, with no cutting, you can return to stock fairly easily.
    Sorry for the late reply,

    I was just thinking this would be an improvement over stock and BMW would not use it as an excuse to void.

    Thanks,

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    Does this unit look similar to a stock FMIC, I'm looking for something that looks stockish and the OC is a nice add-on.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by D335i Click here to enlarge
    Does this unit look similar to a stock FMIC, I'm looking for something that looks stockish and the OC is a nice add-on.
    You can see some pics here: http://www.bimmerboost.com/showthrea...all-and-review

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    If you take the logo off or call and order direct and have no logo put on - then I would say it looks near identical at a glance. Without getting under the car to check or getting on your hands and knees and noticing the denser fin count - etc. etc. Click here to enlarge
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    if my car does not have the sport OC installed is your OC compatible with aftermarket lines if i am retrofitting it onto my car?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by robb41488 Click here to enlarge
    if my car does not have the sport OC installed is your OC compatible with aftermarket lines if i am retrofitting it onto my car?
    Bump for an answer... unfortunately CP-E isn't active much if at all on the board.

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