Ok, mr. experience tell me your the genius and I`m the moron by pointing it out so many ways when you have no idea of what my experiences are.
When it comes to anything experience is the key. I`ve met I don`t know how many ASE certified mechanics that didn`t know the difference in a carb and fuel injection. There is no substitute for experience. Now, explain to me why your asking the question again? If your experience is that great you don`t need me or any other of this site to answer your question. So since you want to play with me in terms of NASCAR engines and street engines go ahead, I look forward to this. I look as you as another guy that believes everything he`s told and he can use a NASCAR engine in a daily driver. Funny, I never seen a street engine operate at 6000 to 9000 RPM.