After adding the following: RPM Air Gap intake: $240 Electric water pump: $350 Electric fuel pump: $110 new billet steel harmomic dampner: $270 Comp. Cams Pro Magnum roller rockers: $280 and close to $1000 in labor to install all of the above, for a grand total of about $2 grand. I read from Meziere that dyno results show that eliminating the accessory drag of the water pump frees up to 10 hp. Comp Cams tells me that I should expect to see up to 20 hp by installing their roller rockers. The Air Gap should make up to 15 hp over the torker II. And the dampner will smooth out the crankshaft and prevent power robbing vibrations. The fuel pump will feed the carb enough fuel so the engine won't starve at high rpm. Wow. In the best case scenario, I can see 45 hp but I know I won't. So what do I actually see? A lousy peak increase of 3 hp and 3 ft/lbs of torque. that is a dollar to hp ratio of 1 hp for every $670 spent. Man am I smart or what when it comes to engine building? It is s damn good thing I passed up on that awesome nitrous system for $2,000. You won't be seeing me post here anymore. I am going in the basement to start the car and run a hose from the exhaust to a bag wrapped around my head.