I tell numerous "old-timers" that I only want to mess with the top end. I've read on here and other forums about how you can get a lot without going to the bottom end. Every time I mention top end only (for now anyways) they can't believe what I'm saying and say it's a bad way to go for performance. Why are most people against just doing the top end first, or at all? A couple people that I have talked to said that the bottom end would not be able to handle what the top end can do. I'm not looking for an all out drag car just a nice street car. I'm kind of hear asking the people that already have done the top end, did you also do something to the bottom end to handle what you did? Granted most people I talk to race dirt track and run a carb, the only fuel injection you see on the track are in sprint cars. I'm sure that makes a little difference but could it be so much of a difference that people keep telling me not to do it. The main reason I tell anyone that I want to do top end is because you always hear about doing the bottom end. I want to do something different and prove people wrong and to be a little "unique" compared to everyone else at the same time. It would definitely make people change their mind seeing how I can do it another way when it comes to top end and bottom end first. Jump off that bandwagon and make your own path.