Hello everybody, I'm virgin to this forum and not much of a mechanic. My situation is this: Have an '88 GT stock except for the "B" super chip, K&N air filter and Flowmasters. It is not a daily driver anymore but is extremely well taken care of, dependable, and runs like new. I' would very much like to keep it that way. Several years ago before retiring it as primary transportation (120,000 miles) the emissions test guy said it had the emissions of a "Brand new Honda." What I'm wanting to do is give it a really impressive, nasty lope. Don't really care about gas mileage, racing too much or big horsepower. I want it too sound really good. I know, if you can't back it up with speed why bother, but don't really hot rod a whole lot. I have 2 kids now so all of this is on a budget and I already plan on replacing the Air Density with a MAF kit. I've been told the E-303 cam is what i'm looking for. From reading the forum, 1.07 springs might be in order for this also. Really scared about having to have the cam bearings replaced, different heads or intake altered, is this expensive and tricky? What other items are absolute musts to keep this ride dependable. Appreciate any feedback you guys might have. Thanks in advance.