Here is our latest 440 build. Pretty mild, small HR cam, MP 452 straight plug heads w/mild port work(stage 1), Pump gas 9.75 to 1 compression. Nothing to serious just a well built well engineered 440. Here is the run down 440 prepped and blueprinted 440 cast crank 10/10 and balanced Speed pro flat top pistons MP aluminum 452 heads MP dual plane intake(RPM) MRL HR cm setup 220/228 110 LSA .550/.560 lift Proform 750 carb Aluminum roller rockers It ran good with the FBO ignition, had 15in vacuum at 900 idle without the vacuum advance hooked up. With the vacuum advance hooked up, it pulled 19in vacuum at idle. Ran smooth and layed the torque down. Peak torque was 568tq at 3450. The dyno pull was started at 2800rpm and it was already making 534tq and held 500+ all the way to peak power of 519HP at 5400rpm. So for a MILD 440, that's a good day 519HP and 568TQ all in by 5400rpm. It was still making 500+HP at 5800rpm, but no need to run it that high for a street machine. This engine will have a LONG Happy life in the 1968 Satellite.