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mobiuslogic, you should of drank a few beer and called it a night
Anyways, it is people like you that have invented so many goodies that are present in our everyday life. I was thinking the same thing that Bob said; if you increase the size, you will lighten the load on the engine to suck in air, thus working less hard and allows the engine to be more "free revving". It does however reduce velocity of the air, but allows more air in altogether. I think all this really does is allow the engine to go into the power band sooner, and not add any true horsepower.

I am by no means a scientist, and if the world was perfect, Ford would of made a perfect engine by now. Hmmmmm, 450HP, 500 TQ, 150 MPG on 87 octane......
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