So I have a 350 that has the stock short block, but I will be running double hump 882 heads, with an Edelbrock Performer intake, 750 cfm quadrajet, headers with 2.5 in dual exhaust and the stock torque converter and 3:42 rear gearing. I’m looking for the best hydraulic flat tappet I can get to throw in the mix to help me get as much juice out of this engine so I can take off the line and through acceleration etc. I was looking at the Performer Plus cam but I have heard that it’s barely a step over stock. I was also recommended the Howard Street Force 2 CL112571-12 the only problem with this is that it runs from about 1200-5500 rpm. it’s supposed to be a great cam, however, since I will be running the stock torque converter will It still be able to run pretty damn good? I know it would be nice to have a stall, but I’m just trying to get by with what I got. If not any other cam suggestions? Thanks in advance! EDIT: So I see what you mean about the 882s. I do have a set of aftermarket performance heads that are true double jump they have a 64cc not the 2.02 however it’s the 1.94. But those heads won’t be finished for awhile they are a side project at school. If I were to run that Howard cam in the mean time with those 882s and then swap the heads once they are ready were it be a dog or will it run good enough for the time being. I need it to run it’s a daily driver I’m just trying to work the best with what I have at the moment. And spend the bucks on the stuff that I will keep in the motor for when I get the heads finished. Edit: the double hump heads I have are 1969 over the counter factory (not aftermarket) performance heads, 64cc 1:94/1:60 don't remember cast # right off but that's what they are. Was told by a local machine shop they are good factory heads to use. The 882s my dad had them on his .060 over 350 with a 350hp cam, Torker 1 intake with Holley 650 double pumper and a 3200 stall 3:08 gears and it pulled really hard in his 78 camaro he had. Anyways wanting to use the 882s until I get my 69 double humps done in school.