Happy Birthday 'Merica. I don't care if it's the 3rd. Like any good American on their birthday, we show up early, kick names, take ass and we're gone before anyone knows what hit 'em. Commando1, I am looking at you when I say that. Now, onto the real reason I am posting in here, my stroker build. I have the short block assembled for my 505 Stroker Kit courtesy of 440source with the dished pistons and need some suggestions on where to go from here. It's a long, arduous, costly journey, but I want to do this right the first time. The fact is, I have been all over the map with what what I want-typical. Ultimately, I think I want to keep the freeway-ibility of my 64 New Yorker, but add as much oompf as possible stoplight to stoplight on 93 octane. Although I don't know the rear gears (I don't see the tag on the housing), I'm guessing it's 2.74 given what my factory manual says in regards to my 742 section. Stock 727 tranny, but up top is now where I need some direction from you sage-like, wunderkinds. Cam-thinking something in the 1500-6000 range? Is 2000 too high for a baseline? I feel like once I narrow down the cam, the rest tends to fall into place. I know hydraulic rollers are expensive, but wouldn't mind shelling our for one. Intake-thinking Edelbrock RPM, but have heard good things about the Torker and Trickflow ones. Carb-thinking Holly/Demon 750-850? Heads-REALLY like the appeal of the Trickflow 270's, but it sounds as though the 240's are the better option (assuming money is no issue)? Not sure which ratio rockers 1.5/1.6. Fact is I am not taking this thing to a drag strip (at least not as a competitor) and I do some occasional highway driving here in NH. Appreciate the help as always lads. Mike Happy Birthday guys!