Hello everyone. Started working over my motor that I built years ago. High nickle 4 bolt main. Its become a lot of learning to see what mistakes I mad during that build up so I'm hoping for some insight on how I can build this thing back up for my truck. So far, It has an Edelbrock RPM performer, Edelbrock 1406, Pro Comp PC3001-0606-0026 aluminum cylinder heads which measure out to 64cc/190cc I had the valve seats replaced and the springs setup properly for a flat tappet setup. I am fairly certain we had the block honed a little over to get scuffing out of the cylinders, I believe dished pistons. If I recall correctly we put in a Edelbrock performer cam, I'll be checking this out a little bit more as I get into it. My first thoughts of going through this motor was to replace old external gaskets and seals, replace the oil pump, rear main, replace the balancer and put a timing mark on it so I can actually time the thing with a light, and check bearings and cylinder walls with hopes of them being just fine. If I can get the info off my cam and maybe pickup some more performance by changing it out with something else I may do that as well. I am by no means an expert engine builder, and really don't know a lot of the specifies to things so I'm looking for some info on these things, is this a decent start so far?