I currently run a set of ported Brodix 18X heads (ported by me with help/input from Darin Morgan) on my 445 SBC shortblock (4.145 bore x 4.125 stroke). Dart Iron Eagle tall deck block. The heads went 351 @ .700, 359 @ .800 on R-M's bench.
My heads do not have the pushrod pinch fixed ~2.66 CSA.
I originally started with a "typical" big duration ~.700 gross lift cam. I switched to a "different" Camshaft Innovations (Jay Allen) cam and the engine/car has woke up considerably.
I've only been to the chassis dyno and track once with the new cam and have not done ANY tuning (rich) and also have a few car/chassis issues holding it back still. It chassis dynoed at 596 RWHP and has run the below at 3650 lbs raceweight:
1.43 - 60'
6.36 - 1/8th Mile
108 MPH - 1/8th Mile
Best with the old cam and same converter, gear, and ~1800' DA was:
1.54 - 60'
6.72 - 1/8th Mile
104.1 MPH - 1/8th Mile
It had run better with the old cam with a 4.56 gear and lower DA:
1.49 - 60'
6.58 - 1/8th Mile
107 MPH - 1/8th Mile
It chassis dynoed at 569 RWHP in the "old" configuration.
After a couple of tries my ATI converter still isn't right and only flashes to 4900 RPM. Peak TQ is flat from 5200-5500 RPM. I also am currently running 4.10 gears with a 28 x 10.5 slick. Needs more gear and converter. Peak power is at 6500 RPM (head limited) and I shifted at 7000 RPM the first outing with the new cam. After that trip to the track, I sent the 1050 HP Dominator carb to Pro-Systems. I also now have RPM datalogging capability to prove to ATI the converter is not doing what I want it to. After I get a baseline with the carb and get some good data the converter is going to SOMEBODY to be adjusted AGAIN.
To make a short story long: There is power on the table with the RIGHT cam. The right cam doesn't have ~.700 lift. I'll leave it at that
What is the current CSA at the pushrod pinch on your heads?
Also, I don't know how your carb is set up, but a 95 jet sounds awefully big for a Pro Systems built carb.