onovakind67, what tool are you using to graph?
I used http://www.csgnetwork.com/compcalc.html
and came up with 9.62:1 for -7cc, 64cc, .039, .025, 4.03 cyl bore size, if I change the bore size to 4.0 its 9.5:1 but wouldn't it be a 4.030 bore size?
If I change it to .015 (1094) head gasket thickness I get 10.16:1
I did a Desktop Dyno 2000, with that same cam at 9.62:1 with small tube headers it comes up with 403 Torque at 3000 and 3500 rpm, and 317hp at 4500 rpm. Mainly curious as to why the curves have different peaks. My torque curve shows 2000-4000 is nearly the same, 396tq - 403tq - 394tq
Adjusting to 10.16:1 compression (different gasket and 4.03 cyl bore) I get 411tq at 3000, 412tq at 3500, 325hp at 4500 and 5000. Torque curve is 403 at 2000 to 403 at 4000 with the 411/412tq in the middle of the curve.
Using a CompCamps 12-234-2 which has an identical duration but slightly different lift and lobe center has nearly the same curve, 401tq at 2000, 414tq at 3500, 406tq at 4000, but a slightly higher hp value of 342hp at 5000 rpm.