Hi everyone, its been several months since I have posted. Ive been having too work 10-12 hour days to pay for my new money pit. Its a 67 mustang fastback which looks alot like Steve McQueens 68 bullitt.The car has already had some mods done by the previous owner, which include four wheel disc brakes, ford 9" rearend with 3.25:1 gears, trans-go shift kit, montie carlo bar, shelby export brace, lowered stance, J code heads, cobra high rise alluminum intake, 4v pistons, and a mild cam. Now that the car is all payed for and I have saved up more money I would like too turn the car into a real street machine. My goal is to reach 375-400 flywheel hp and 340Lbs of torq. I have spent many hours deciding what parts to use to meet my goals, and I think I have come up with the right combo to get me their. 302 short block w/ 4v pistons Home ported J code heads,with 1.94 1.60 valves 10:1 compression Comp cams XE274H, Duration @ .050 Int. 230 Exh. 236, Lift .519 .523, Lobe 110' Hooker super comp. headers Biggs 650dp carb Rhoads Lifters Edelbrock Air-gap Intake or victor jr. 2.5" mandrel bent dual exhaust with exhaust cut-outs befor the mufflers. Stock distrbuter with Ingitor II, which will be recurved Stock oil pump to save a few hp Roller rockers 1.6 ratio 3.5 or 3.7 gear ratio 2400-2800 stall 17x8 Torq. Thrust II wheels The car will mostly be a weekend cruser which will see the strip every once in a while. One of my major concerns is my stock 302 short block which will be spining up to 6000 rpm, will it be ok to use the stock rod bolts or should arp bolts be used? should I use mechanical secondaries, or vacume secondaries, as well should I use mechanical advance, or vacume advance? Also would the original cobra intake be able to support the kind of hp I wont to make? All sugestions are welcome.