I'm looking for a little cam advice. Here's my application: '79 Camaro, 355 CI block, 5073 Edelbrock E-street aluminum heads (70cc chambers, 185cc intake, 2.02/1.6 valves), 200-4R automatic w/ overdrive, 2400 stall converter, 4.10 gear w/ posi in the factory 10 bolt, 275-45R17 rear tires. The car is pretty much factory weight with a full interior. I'm looking for a strong engine with good street manners. I regularly drive the car to work in the summer, and need to be able to get stuck in traffic without worry. It'd be nice to keep running 87 too, but that's not a necessity and I think that'll be dictated by the decisions I've already made affecting compression ratio. I'm not sure what the compression ratio is, so please don't dwell on that missing piece of information. This project started out as a head swap, and snowballed into something more excessive. I was running 87 octane in the old 76cc heads and never had an issue, so the engine was not running excessive compression before the project started. I went with the thick 0.039" head gasket Edelbrock recommended for the heads, so I only expect the smaller combustion chambers to up the compression slightly. One cam that caught my eye for the price was Summit's SUM-K1104. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-k1104 Based on what I've been reading, this seems appropriate. Please let me know what you guys think, and I'm open to other suggestions as well. I plan on calling Edelbrock later today or tomorrow to get their 2 cents.