I don't want the car to be too radical though, which is why I was considering the 62. A little lope is good, but nothing too extreme. If I can do that with the 63 and eliminate the need for rockers, then that will be the route I take. I understand what lift and duration mean and how they relate to flow, but I don't know what to look for on a Forced Induction application.
I've already pushed the limits of the transmission with the nitrous earlier this year and it'* not showing any sign of wear as of yet, but only time will tell. It was rebuilt a little over a year ago to what I was told "better than stock." But if I blow it up I have an excuse to throw in a shift kit along with a REAL rebuild.
1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
4.7 V8, K&N CAI, 8000k HIDs, !Muffler, Airhorns.
1992 Bonneville SSE Supercharged
160* drilled Tstat, Hi-Flow Cat, Dynomax Muffler, PVC CAI, 2.1" pulley, 100 shot.
13.9 @ 100 mph
1994 Trans Am
12.8 @ 114