Slowly, things are coming together on my 1977 440 build, which will be replacing the 1969 318 in my '70 Satellite this summer. So far: Block and heads hot tanked, checked for cracks, and pressure tested. All good. Block bored .030" Align bored Decked 452 Heads resurfaced Crank ground New SCAT H-beam rods KB pistons(should be final 9.5 comp) 1970 cast intake 1970 AVS carb(I believe 750cfm) Engine balanced Doug's headers There are things left to decide on. For example: - Camshaft Obviously a big one. Mopar Performance Cam P4452783 has been suggested by a local Mopar restorer, and I'm trying to read up on them. Obviously the machine shop is going to give me their suggestion. I was never shooting for a specific HP number with this build. The machine shop figured around 350-375ish, with a focus on streetability, reliability, and torque. I just wanted a fun car to drive with enough of a rumble(already has 2.5" dual exhaust with Flowmaster 40 series mufflers and crossover pipe) to let the masses know it's no longer the same car as last year. So I'd like some suggestions on cams. - Distributor I haven't even started reading up on these. All I can say is the most common name I keep hearing is MSD. - Transmission I have the original 727 that was behind the 1977 440, and there were no issues with shifting or slipping before it came out of the car. Should I open this up(or have it done)and have it checked for issues? My car is a weekend cruiser, and will never see a 1/4 mile race. I do very little highway, and have decided in a 3.55 Yukon geared posi to make the car a little more fun around town. Any and all thoughts and opinions are as always, appreciated.