Well, I thought I had made enough of a sacrifice to the convertible when I bought the new steering wheel, but I was wrong. Took her out for a cruise and when I got off the freeway I could hear a tick and a miss. Checked it out and I have a couple valves that aren't being moved by the cam very much anymore. I ad made the choice to reuse the Comp XE268H that came form the dead 451 and before that the 383 the car came with. Well now, that was a dumbass move on my part, even with the new lifters that were put in this 440. So, the Mopar guru helping me with this advised me to go with a roller cam this time. Checked out the various cams, and decided I wasn't going with Comp this time around. The Whiplash and the Voodoo cams have a good reputation and I talked with the folks and Lunati and settled on a Voodoo. Old cam Comp XE268H Advertised Intake Duration: 268 Advertised Exhaust Duration: 280 Intake Duration at .050 Inch Lift: 224 Exhaust Duration at .050 Inch Lift: 230 Intake Valve Lift: 0.477 Exhaust Valve Lift: 0.48 Lobe Separation: 110 Intake Centerline 106 New Cam Lunati 20230711 Advertised Intake Duration: 270 Advertised Exhaust Duration: 278 Intake Duration at .050 Inch Lift: 219 Exhaust Duration at .050 Inch Lift: 227 Intake Valve Lift: 0.515 Exhaust Valve Lift: 0.530 Lobe Separation: 110 Intake Center line: 116 Should have it this week. Already got matching Lunati springs and roller lifters. Bought a set of Isky ductile iron rockers and sent them to Rocker Arms Unlimited to be bushed and refurbished. They will come back with new chromed rockers shafts, new hold downs and spacers and shims to eliminate the spring spacers they came with. Still trying to figure out the front cover/cam button drama that roller cams require but I'm getting there. I'm hoping this cam will wake up the 440 a bit more.