Whats up, I just picked up a B&M 144 blower for a good deal and its in great condition. I'll be doing a 357ci motor with it and its going into my corvette. My vette is a stick with 3.73 gears. weights 3650lbs with me driving. Heres my car: So far I have: 144 blower (5.8psi pulleys-will swap to 7psi 2.86 top pulley) 357ci block machined with GM forged Crank forged gm "pink rods" new 1.6 roller rockers-harland sharp 750cfm speed demon mech carb (not boost referenced) I was thinking of getting: Forged pistons AFR 195cc eliminator heads 850cfm blower carb hyd roller cam with split duration and 113LSA MSD boost retard system( i have HEI with re-curve kit and MSD coil and 6a box now) Looking to make as much power and torque as I can with the mini blowerin the idle-6200rpm range for street/strip driving. I want be close to 400rwhp/400'lbs of torque if possible. I wanna spins tires for a roll but also have plenty of mid-upper rpm power. My car buddies tell me I'm wasting my time with a mini blower and they dont make power so I'm trying to prove them wrong. I have connection at local dyno shop so it will be tuned once completed. My questions: Should I get a blower carb or can my current carb be boost referenced? Is 750cfm fine for my power goals or is 850cfm a better match? need options on cam size? i thinking of something like a nX288HR comp nitrous roller cam: 288/315 236/248 .555/.576 113/108 2500-6500rpm....cam will be too big in N/A 357ci but will the blower keep low end torque up and cam will make power in upper rpm? Will a mech fuel pump work to support blower motor? have a high vol carter mech pump now. need opinions on decent priced forged pistons?- looking for 8.5.1 CR (75cc heads, blocks not decked) combo wont be rushed and I'm opened to all suggestions and opinions.