That logic works for turbos and centrifugal blowers but not PD or twin screws. No downside to adding CFM without upping boost.Just curious; why did you go with additional porting on the Whipple? Because of the higher flowing heads and cam? I was under the impression more air volume comes at the expense of bottom end power but then is made up on the top end when you bring in more rpm. Is that how it works, in general?