Im in the midst of trying to plan out a 572 wedge stroker (4.5" bore and stroke) when i came accross this 4.75" stroke crank (part #: 44404750) http://ohiocrank.com/crankshafts/ I'd be ok with going 565 with that 4.75 stroke and a 0.030" over 440 block cause itd save me a fortune on a keith black block. Can a stock-ish 440 block even handle that? What kind of grinding has to be done to fit that stroke, what oiling system should i invest in (something that isnt too obvious would be nice cause I'm trying to retain an as stock as possible look) and is it at all reliable? This is going to be a pump gas street engine that i want to last for years and probably wont ever see the 7,600rpm spins that these engines are known for, and im aiming for 9-10:1 compression ratio. Not being built to roar down the quarter, more be unique at the meets and be able to say "hey i built this".. I'll play around with combinations of con rod lengths and combustion chamber cc's before i start buying but is there specific types of connecting rods i should focus on? Like I-beam vs H-beam?