I got my 67' dynoed and the results were surprisingly not what I expected. For my cougar I built a 351 CJ Cleveland .40 over with boss pistons and made a full hydraulic roller enfine with the cam, lifters, and roller rockers. Itd take 2 pages to type what all was done but the bottom line is that this was going to be a hot motor. It ran ok but kind of hot and i wanted to dyno tune the engine to make sure everything was running correctly to avoid hurting my investment. After 6 runs and making the carb richer, idling lower, and advancing the timing to 34 degrees I gained 30 ft lbs of torque and 50 horses at 6000rpms at 114 miles per hour (370 gears). I ended with 300.1 ft lbs of torque and 291 hrpwer. Ive got a c6 tranny and a long drive shaft lol. Just wanted thoughts if this is good rear wheel power for a well built cleveland. It does get up and go very respectfully as i found out after the dyno. Thanks again fellas!