Want some recommendations/advice on my build I'm starting up. I have the basics pretty much set, but some things (specifically the valvetrain) are still up in the air. I'm aiming for a streetable car with a very good lowend that will be fun and fast but still drivable near daily. That being said, it doesn't have to be completely tame, just not looking for over 500HP or anything. I'm planning on using this kit Scat Engine Rotating Assemblies 1-98113BI for the rotating assembly as I want to be able to use it with pump gas and think the compression ratios look good here. For the intake I have an LD340 and I was planning on upgrading the carb to from my Holley 1850 I have laying around to a 750 CFM holley double pumper after saving up a bit. If this is overkill please let me know. What I have questions about are head choices and valvetrain/camshaft options. I'm planning on keeping it a hydraulic flat tappet, and I was looking at Hughes SEH2428AL-11 and SEH2832AL-10 as options for the cam. My only problem with these is the questionable necessity of using all of the other hughes components. Pretty pricey for what, to me at least, seem like overkill for my usage. Could I use stock valvetrain components with this? Or at least stock-style summit lifters, springs, pushrods, etc? What other cams would you recommend? These cams seemed ideal in my research, but please let me know if I'm just completely barking up the wrong tree here. On the topic of heads, I've been considering using 308's or maybe Edelbrocks if I can afford it and it's necessary. Would the 308s be a huge hindrance in a setup like this? Any input at all is appreciated. I have read a LOT about engine building but have not had much experience myself (yet), especially in the realm of V8s and pushrod valvetrains. Thanks for your time and help!