I keep messing around with different options for replacing the old tired smoking engine in my Camaro. I was seeing about rebuilding a old 350 I have laying around into a roller engine with vortec heads. The crank in the 350 is still good and would not need to be replaced. I'm wondering if I have everything here minus the carb & accessories like the mechanical fuel pump, harmonic balancer, pulleys, brackets etc that I can swap or reuse. The items I have in my Summit cart are: (2) Assembled Summit Racing® Vortec Cylinder Heads SUM-151124 (1) Summit Racing Street & Strip® Stage 1 Intake Manifolds SUM-226018 (1) Summit Racing® Chevy 350 Engine Kits SUM-SBCKIT1-300 with .30 over rings and flat top pistons, with stock rod bearing undersize, and stock main bearing oversize. (1) COMP Cams 26918-16 - COMP Cams Valve Springs (1) COMP Cams Thumpr Hydraulic Roller Cam and Lifter Kits (Duration 291/311, Lift .522/.509) (1) Proform GM Licensed Chevy Small Block Engine Dress Up Kits Tall Valve Covers (I'm going to ask Summit about swapping for centerbolt valve covers) Would all these parts work together and am I forgetting anything major? Summit told me a while ago that I can use the factory stall converter with the Thumpr cam. The assembled Vortec heads have a max lift of .520 and the Thumpr cam has a max lift of .522 would I have to change valve springs? Around much horsepower would this make? Thanks!