I have a 40,000 mile ho motor that I tore down and fly cut the pistons so I could throw some Vic jrs on there. I rebalanced and installed arp hardware everywhere. It is a blow through. I struggled with all kinds of ignition problems with the digital 7, and the CSU carb needs a bit more tuning for a momentary bog but it’s pretty close now and I feel like I won’t be wasting a ton of time on the dyno now when I go. I know people have gone higher but it seems 450rwhp is the line not to cross. I am currently making 7-8 lbs of boost and I’m running 22 degrees of timing at full boost. Cam is a nxhr282. 560 590 lift on a 112. Afr is 11.1 under wot. When I dyno it I was going to jet it closer to 11.5-11.8. I want to purchase a smaller pulley to make around 10 lbs but I was told not to do that and I should drop my timing down to 20 to be safe. Could I really be making 400 plus at the wheels right now? I have not taken it past 5000rpms yet and don’t plan on it seeing 6000. Hp numbers for people’s combos are all over the place. Do I need to get more conservative on my timing and leave the fuel there until I hit the dyno? Or should I get the fuel closer to that 11.5:1. Grab the smaller pulley?