Some of y'all are going to hate me, some of y'all 'll love me. My name is Seth and I am new to the forum, I live in North Carolina and am a sophomore high school. I love cars and am currently in the process of stripping down an old '63 Small Journal 327 SB Chevy. I am a Chevy guy but, a friend of a friend of mine is going to sell me a '68 Fastback Mustang without a motor or transmission this summer when I have the money. It's an originally 302 4-speed car with a 9" rear end. Its black (was originally red), manual brakes, manual steering, and can be put back together with this SBC while I'm in high school. I originally wanted a Chevy (El Camino!) or camaro. But this mustang is to good to pass up (or to be true). Can someone run this motor through a desktop dyno? Again i'm a highschooler and cant afford the program. 327 Small Journal SBC 64cc Vortec Heads -170cc Intake -1.940 Intake Valves, 1.500 Exhaust -stainless steel valves -Beehive Springs for up to .550 lift -1.5 stainless steel full roller rockers on 7/16 screw in studs -Performance hardened push rods -9.75 Compression Ratio -Stock Forged Crank -Stock Forged Rods -Forged aluminum flat top pistons 2v-relief -Custom professionally dyno tuned Quadra-Jet Carburetor. -Electric water pump, no power steering or brakes -Comp Cams Solid Flat Tappet 230/236 -268 intake duration, 274 Exhaust duration -intake lift .488 with 1.5 rockers, -exhaust lift .501 with 1.5 rockers -110 LSA Any other specs I need to include for results? I am going to run splayed 4-bolt main caps and a crank girdle, along with rocker girdles. But I don't think the desktop dyno cares. They make a kit to convert center bolt heads to accept classic perimeter bolt valve covers and give enough clearance for girdles. The car is a 1968 Mustang Fastback with manual brakes and steering, no A/C. I want a 22 gallon gas tank kit. I am aiming for 2800-LBs with gas and my 140lb self I am going to upgrade the suspension with HD coils and leaf springs but leave it stock style. Koni or bilstein shocks, stock height. I will convert the front brakes to disk with summit parts and leave the rear drums. Putting the biggest/widest tires possible on stock height. T-56 off an LS1 with 4.11 Posi rear gears with 27" rear tires. I think the car will be nicely set up for everything. What do y'all think? I probably left some stuff out. I hope I wont be torn up for "wasting" a chevy motor in a ford but thats the only way to fix a ford! Inspiration is coming from a good friend with a 327 Chevy in a '40 ford coupe with a t56 and 4.11 gears and a towing cam. : ) Thanks in advance to anyone putting my build through the desktop dyno.