6/26/16 Update: 166 miles now register on the odometer since put back into service in May and I have been getting more confident getting deeper into the throttle. I am quite impressed with the performance and drivability. I have yet to dump the clutch and launch waiting to get more miles on the clutch and rear. Had an occasion to tangle with a new Mustang on the street both from a 30-40 MPH rolling go and twice head to head on on Fathers Day. Thoroughly embarrased that guy all three romps and his girl friend passenger was laughing her ass off!!!! This punishment was on the way home after a nice 70 mile drive on the highways around the peninsula with my oldest daughter riding along. Up at the next light where they decided to exit the highway, he asked the classic "What the hell do you got in that thing?" :af: I can't wait to get to the track. Shooting for taking Friday 7/8 off of work and test and tune at Bremerton raceway, maybe go back for some more if time allows Saturday 7/9. The carb and timing seems pretty tuned ripping around on the street, and as was tuned on the dyno. It has good A/F numbers at predictable events, i.e. @ idle, @WOT, @cruising rpm's, etc. Crispy throttle response, Don't have any sputter, bog, surge etc. Proform 950 is currently set up with 80/86 jets and 33/79 & 32/79 AB, 4.5 PV. Distributor timing locked out, set @ 36* which it preferred on the dyno over 34*. Plugs look ok too. I'll play with all that at the track TnT if it seems worth while. Got some parts together last week for the next couple of planned upgrades. I ordered Comp Cams Max Jet kit 72-87 and some 85 & 87's. Also grabbed Quick Fuel Air bleed kits 36-25 and 65-75 kits to have on hand for some test and tune at the track. I ordered a 8" dual diaphagm vac brake booster, brackets, rod extension and clevis from MBM Brakes. I want a smaller DIA booster since the KB valve cover is so close and want some added stopping assistance, but want to keep the iron master cyl and reservoir not plastic. I pulled the trigger on QA1 asjustable shocks for all four corners. Just relaxing today in the sun recovering from changing headers and down pipes out to CI headers from Paul at RA Restoration on my pals 68 Rag 4 speed Goat.... Cheers!