I have been looking at several intake options and it just doesn't add up. Under full throttle, an intake manifold will have a constant 15psi of pressure from the turbocharger. Switching to a more free flowing intake setup I would imagine does not increase target boost, nor does it change intake temps by much as it is usually in the same location as the stock air box. How is there a consistent increase in power across the rev range (as advertised and shown on dyno sheets) if the turbocharger just compresses the air to a set amount of pressure regardless of intake resistance? Unless the stock intake is extremely restrictive I don't see how a different intake setup would have any benefit after the turbo is spooled up. I'm not doubting it I just don't think I understand.