Thanks guys. I probably will....no, I am going to use the engine. The problem is, I don't know the cam specs. The whole ordeal started out as their 410 (6.7 ltr) short block. They tried to charge me $500 exta for out of stock 11:1 pistons. After I balked, they finally built the engine and shipped it to me on an open pallet wrapped in black plastic, strapped down with plastic straps. When the engine arrived in Las Vegas, it had been dropped at least once due to improper packaging. I rejected it and called them to scream at them. I had to leave a message. No one called me back for three days. I waited as long as I could then called again. They offered me a $500 store credit. I said "hell no! You have nothing that cheap I want". I suggested they port my brand new factory heads that I had. Enter Eric Hurza, who I learned is just an investor that the other investors voted C.E.O. (Joey Arrington has long since retired). He agreed to port my heads for free, but I had to pay for the 2:05 valves. Fair enough. Since I was unhappy with their shipping methods, I had to supply them with my own crate (an old 360 Mopar crate. I strapped the heads to the top in their factory wooden boxes and told Eric to return the engine and heads as shipped. Long story short, they attempted to assemble the "long block" and charge me for lifters and rockers. They shipped the engine back to me with the heads loosely on the engine, jammed into my crate with only the modified windage tray and some lose spark plugs that I still don't need. No paperwork, no dyno sheets from a similar build for an estimated horsepower range, not even the nuts for the head studs.
I've since moved to Missouri (I am originally from Baltimore) and the engine is in storage. This summer, after I acquire the new components I need to install this beast in my Zeus, ie., mounts, W/pump, t-stat, hoses, lifters and rockers [I was gonna use my stock ones, but decided to go new], intake from XV, I'm gonna assemble this monster. This engine has cost me a little over $7,000 so far. If everything goes well, I'll be happy.
Also, there were two NGC computers made for the Ram. One is from Motorolla = good, the other is from Huntsville, Al. = bad. Guess which one I am running? Yep, the latter. Dave Casper did my programming and he is damn good. The problem is that he now works for Arrington. I need to have my good PCM reprogrammed. If anyone out there knows of another GOOD programmer, please let me know. Dave is great, but since he moved from Detroit to Virginia, I have been unsuccessful getting a hold of him. If anyone knows of a "one stop shop" for me to finish this build up, I would also appreciate that information too. I am an ex Master Dodge Tech from the dealers, so I am more than qualified to handle all this. Thanks.