So who loves RPM? Big Block Edition soon to come!
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im running the old rpm/drive stack .. and im loving it .. rpm gives a good boost .. good find texas .. hopefully NP will carry the big serving for a good price
is drive also going to be coming in big block?
08-02-2008, 05:18 PM
Big block Edition RPM AVAILABLE NOW on the AN site!
www.appliednutriceuticals.com or www.appnut.com). If it sells well, then it will be distributed to retailers...
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oooooo.......time to whack out on some RPM.... I am going to have to do RPM/Drive again after mexico, that stuff was tight.
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Here's the skinny:
Easy question first: "Why the hell is it called Big Block?"
Answer: It's an automotive analogy. (I guess you're not a gearhead...LOL) Back in the day during the reign of muscle cars, the big block V8s ruled the road. Ford 429s and 460s, Mopar 383s and 440s (and of course the 426 hemi), and Chevy 427s and 454s. Muscle cars...big blocks...you get the picture.
As for the chocamine: The original version contained the patented version of cocoa extract; Chocamine, which is standardized to 12% theobromine. Availability became unreliable plus the price went up every time we ordered it, so we had to seek alternatives. Standard cocao extract is standardized to 10% theobromine, so we made up the difference with pure theobromine - in fact we added a little more than that - so it's actually a little more potent than the original. All other main constituents are pretty much the same in either extract.
Methyl xanthine caffeine vs. "regular" caffeine: It's the same caffeine. No change in the capsule, only how it's written on the label. Our attorney now reviews all of our labels for DSHEA compliance, and use of the most common name is preferred.
240-Count DRIVE: On it's way. We call it "OVERDRIVE". (Another automotive analogy...LOL)
Hope that clears everything up.
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