I got a customer at my shop and I've been upgrading his brakes and suspension but then we got to talking about his engine and how it was setup. I could tell it needed carburetor tuning and timing re-curved. I did that and it runs a lot better but I can't do much for it's driving manners. I finally got the cam specs from him and for a street cruiser it is overkill IMO. Like I said It's a stroked 440 to a 499, Edelbrock RPM heads, SRP pistons netting him 10.5:1 Intake is Edelbrock TM7, The cam is a Comp Cams Hydraulic Roller 23-713-9 with .549/.544 lift and 242/248 duration on a 110 LSA. He's got the 4.10 gears out back and what seems like a 1200 stall converter LOL. As you can imagine just putting in gear kills the idle by 350 rpm and there's not much low speed torque to be enjoyed. You need to wind up the motor to make some steam. I'm suggesting a cam closer to lower 230 duration or high 220's and of course the Edelbrock Performer RPM intake to help him enjoy a healthy production of low speed torque for a very stout street cruiser ocassional street brawler setup he intended. What say you guys?