Okay well im not really stuck per-say. But i cant figure out what to do with my valve train, what springs/cams to run and such. I'm still looking for a daily driver and don't want to many premature ware issues. Yes, i know that aftermarket cams will do this, but to minimize it while still making my 200Whp mark is my goal. I'm looking for a solid 2.0L gsr build. Going to consist of: Gsr bottom end bored/sleeved to 84.5 Compression ratio of about 11-8-1 RS machine ITR pistons ITR oil/water Pump Gsr rods ARP studs everywhere Head: 00 B16 head PnP/valve job etc. . . the works Bolt ons: ITR 4-1 header ( smsp or hytech header later on ) 2.5in magnaflow exhaust sorry, i also only listed parts that i believe are important to my question, which is what cams/valve train should i run. . . I'm looking to stay around the 700-800 dollar range. Also looking for cam recommendations and opinions. For cam companies ive looked into skunk, and mostly blox. Does anyone run blox cams? Eugen from prostreet swears by them. . . I was looking at s2s2 or blox b's. I need my car to be streetable. No s2s3, pro 2's and such. . . there pretty much to aggressive for everyday use Ive looked into companies like RM, Omni, Skunk, UGR, Blox. . . but then ive also heard from a couple heads that omni, and rm valve trains are horrible. . . or well maybe not horrible but not to par with other companies. Where as skunk2 is a bigger name but is over priced. Omni used to work for skunk, blox is a break off of skunk. . .it honestly seems to me that most of these other companies are just pissed off skunk employees that made there own company to give it to skunk. Ive also heard that UGR, blox, omni and so on all utilize skunks old manufacture. But what im curious about, is what are peoples views on valve train? what are your recommendations? yes, ive heard that rocket does good work, i dont really care to spend 1000+ for his work. Valve train/cam combo recommendations??? build is going to be for around 8-9k depending where ilose power. but no higher than 9.5 ever.