Hey guys, new to the forum but not the Buick world. I'm currently on my 3rd skylark (rust free AZ car!!!)...3rd times a charm. Anyhow, I've got my old 350 that I built when I was 16, its a 71 block and heads with nothing done to the bottom end aside from the usual rings and bearings. I did put in the high pressure/volume oil pump kit, but that's it. The cam is the Poston GS112, rhoades lifters, big push rods, roller rockers, springs, retainers, locks, seats and seals, intake (Poston) and headers and plan on running the carter 750 AFB. Now being much older and wiser (sometimes), I'm looking for a real competitive overbored 350 combo. I'll be switching to around 10:1 CR with 0.030 overbore. I'm not going looking for 70 heads but I will pocket port, gasket match and bowl blend the 71 heads. I have a spare set to practice on. I plan on mostly road racing not drag and need a good motor (reliable) with torque to push me out of the corners and horsepower to shoot me down the straights. Several people have commented on the reliability aspect but that thing made it 30k with a 16 year old lead foot and shifting 55-6000 rpms ALOT. I even took it to 7000 rpm's once, and it didn't blow. I'll also be running 4:10 gears with a T-56 (no I'm kidding, it'll be a 4 speed)I'm open to suggestions. Thanks. :beer I don't know what's the deal with all these smilies but had to use one!