it was done on a full on drag car with a turbocharger(?) back in the 60s.
it was used as a way to get around the small restrictive valves ( apply more boost to get the intake charge past the smaller "exhaust" valve and get rid of the dogleg intake manifold runners altogether ) in the Nailhead.
fitting all of the piping to route two separate intake logs could be a serious problem in a factory installation setting. and i would think you would want to plumb it with port fuel injection so you wouldn't have to worry about fuel dropping out of the airstream in the intake logs. it would also require a custom cam.
i don't think doing it would be cheap.
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