" Named after Baker Beam, grand nephew of the legendary Jim Beam, Baker’s Bourbon is aged seven years and hand bottled at 107 proof. Embracing over six generations of distilling experience, Baker’s Bourbon utilizes a special strain of jug yeast that has been in the family for over 60 years. Aged in new American Oak barrels, Baker’s was awarded a gold medal from Wine Enthusiast and a double gold medalist at the San Francisco Spirit Awards. "
" Found this Bourbon today. Supposed to be pretty good, looking forward to trying it:
"Opening nosings detect concentrated, litchi nut, deep-roasted grain scents; aroma turns baked, buttery, oaky and almost brandy-like with aeration. Palate entry is integrated, sweet, and slightly peppery; at midpalate there’s a sweet oak/vanilla rush that backs off prior to the finish, leaving behind taste traces of spirity heat, vanilla extract, cake frosting, butter cream and resin. Evokes thoughts of Cognac, in particular, from the Borderies district. Best Buy." 90-95 pts.
I've decided to go a different direction with my car so I'm putting my DP nitrous kit up for sale.
I've invested quite a bit in this kit, and 95% of it is NEW with very few used parts from my old setup. Including: Progressive Controller, Remote Bottle Opener, Bottle Heater, Autometer Electronic Nitrous Gauge, Etc. Please see pictures for all included components(lots)
A (Dry) kit from Saad Racing with way less components and no accessories costs $1295. I'm only asking $2000 for everything. Please PM me with your interests.
U will love Durango. Very neat little town. They have the most brewing companies in the US when comparing w population I believe. Magnificent scenery especially when taking steam engine train to Silverton. Mesa Verde is near by also. "
" [QUOTE=bmw335iguy;549100]Hey guys, figured I'd ask here since everyone seems to know their $#@!. I don't track my 2008 135 but might like to in the future. Mainly going after straight line grip and just want a better handling street car. Here's what I had in mind:
M3 front control arm kit
Dinan camber plates
2011+ linear m sport springs
Defiv lockdown kit
Mfactory LSD -(once proven and available for welded diffs)
Already picked up: m3 subframe bushings, arc 8s "
I think sticky means the kit as a whole. Especially the dme tuning/injectors etc.
I'm sure sticky knows the commercial implementations of the m112 and that it's about as indestructible as they come. The biggest challenge is the tuning.
But with all these kits: support is verything. That said, someone was also the first to try a AA kit or ESS kit.
I know what you mean/said, but I had a respectable engine builder (Rebello Racing) adddres this issue. And I still have a BMW.
Need for torque down low depends on the drive ratio. The choice of CF or volumetric is imho more based on how the engine's used/suited. An engine that loves to rev (and is used in that way) is more suitable for a CF.
Is a 540i such a car/engine? (personally I think not)