I have a freshly rebuilt TBI 350. I'm doing the delicate dance of the getting it started and breaking in the cam etc. I went to start cam break in today and noticed that when I start the engine, the pressure gauge instanly pegs out past 60psi. I completely freaked out and shut the engine down (another check mark against proper cam break in). I have checked and oil is pumping up out of the pushrods into the lifter valley. Now I don't know what to do. What should the pressure be at? What should be my biggest concern? I am using Royal Pruple Break in oil with high zinc etc. What really worries me is that I've heard a couple of short squeals a couple of time when starting and shutting of the engine. It is really freaking me out. I feel like I'm stuck becuase I'm not even supposed to be turning the engine over until everytyhing is set to break in the cam...so it limits my diagnostic ability. What should I be checking...is 60psi bad...is this normal becuase it is a "tight" engine and newly rebuilt. Sorry this is a rambling post, but I'm very very worried.