Since a few months I own a Plymouth Barracuda. Currently with a 318 but am working on collecting parts to build a 512 stroker. I have a 400 B block, stroker kit, Trickflow 240 heads and some smaller things. Do not have intake, rockers, lifters or camshafts. The intention is to build a multi point injection system with a free programmable ECU. There are not really many intakes to be found ready for a multi point injection so the idea was to fab one but wondered what the best base would be, a single plane or a dual plane. I have read a lot and I am not sure, both have advantages and disadvantages and apparently it is not as black and white as dual is for the street and single for racing. Not trying to squeeze every last bit of power out of it and would therefore think of a dual plane but on the other hand I read that a stroker can also get along with a single plane. Car will be used for cruising, but occasionally a stoplight sprint will certainly be there. Who has experience with this and can give advice, in combination with a suitable camshaft. Other question, also my automatic transmission will no longer fit on the B block. What options are possible here, both manually and automatically? The 10k I was quoted for an SST Tremec magnum is not a valid option for my budget.