I'm not a fan of Brian Crower. Crower is still good imo, but BC isn't what crower used to be. I'm looking at a few sites right now and see your options are limited for cams, so thats a bummer, but I do have to ask, why getting cams? It is going to shift your curve way to the right on a little TD04 and it might make it not seem as fun to drive. I'd think with all this stuff you have listed you should upgrade to cheap 5-600 dollar stock location turbo to utilize it.
I would really look for some different rods too, some manley H beams or something else.
Manley valves are just a few dollars more, and I trust them more too Just my .02 on BC.
-Brian Crower Intake Valves
-Brian Crower Exhaust Valves
-Brian Crower Stage 2 272 Cam Shafts
-Brian Crower Connecting Rods
Cosworth is great, dont get me wrong, but all the bearings are is ACL Race bearings that are sized so that they all match. ( buy 100 sets and make sets that are all the same clearances from what I understand)
What compression you thinking of running?
I'm sure the pistons are going to be brilliant, but $$$. I got ceramic coated CPs for my build and they were only 675 after coating.
-Cosworth Main Bearing Set
-Cosworth Rod Bearing Set
-Cosworth Piston Ring Set
-Cosworth Forged Pistons Set
-Complete Seal Kit
Haven't heard anything about these springs, but consider getting the whiteline ball joints for lowered cars while you're at it.
-Tomei Spring Set
Haven't heard anything about cobb, but I think that they are all pretty similar. I haven't made up my mind on mine yet... which I should probably order here soon (leaning towards grimmspeed)
-Cobb Lightweight Crank Pulley
Don't these come with gasket kit? (If not i'm going to be mad! My heads go on tomorrow lol **checked http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...php?t=996220** and they are in there for others reference)
-Gates Crankshaft Seal