The Monza exhaust isn't gonna cut it for a stroker, they barely breathe better than stock. Carbs, at least dual 44's, 48's if you can afford them and get a good set of heads to match. What cam?
Heads, depends on what you want and how much you want to spend. Heads are nothing without porting. Heads should be one of the largest investments in the engine if you're looking for power. --Ryan
A lathe won't help you much, if any. If he has access to a mill, that's a different story.
The problem with a stroker that has all stock bolt ons is you will hate it. You would pretty much require a small cam, much smaller than you'd want with the right heads/carbs/exhaust. That means you'll be tearing the engine down again when it's time to upgrade. You're best shot is to just drive whatever is in there right now, and work the new engine on the side. The absolute worst thing to do when building an engine that you want to last is to rush things. Do it once and do it the first time. --Ryan
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