I'm building a 351 Cleveland, stock bottom end with ARP hardware, open chamber 4V heads. I'm aiming to get pistons to achieve 11 to 1 comp ratio. I want to choose an aggressive hydraulic roller cam and combine it with a suitable induction combination. This is a car that I intend to race, as a well as use as a daily driver. I am seeking to maximize all out performance while maintaining steerable manners that will allow me to drive the car to school everyday. But that being said, I want a cam that will have a healthy amount of chop at idle as well as give me the best possible ETs. I know my 4V heads will be making power higher up in the rpm range and my goal for this motor is to combine cam and intake choice to make power down low as well. I want to rev to the motor high, I want to make horsepower, but I don't want it to be a dog right off idle like so many people claim 4V Clevelands are. This is the first engine I'm building so I'm looking for advice on intake and cam choice. Oh also I know I might need at low rise, dual plane intake for making power down low, part of me wants a high rise manifold that's gonna stick through the hood a little bit. If that would be at all possible while mainlining power down low, I'm all for it. Also, the car has a stock converter automatic right now, but I'll be converting to manual as well and the car will have 3.73 gears put in it. I'd love to hear people's experience with high performance Cleveland builds.