I thought about the most awesome and elaborate idea, unsure if it would truly work or not.... If it does work, it could work on any fuel injected engine out there that needs more air. It's probably been done already, but if it can be done cheaply, then we will have an awesome mod, if we have ported heads, different, cam, headers, bigger fuel injectors,etc. If my idea does work, it'll probably net 100 + hp on built 3.8's. Ok, Ok, Enough of the suspense.... 6 seperate throttle bodies, one throttle body for each cylinder, and 6 different intake plenums. So in effect, what I'm saying, there will be one intake for each cylinder, and none of the intakes will be connected together, other than maybe vaccume lines to keep the pressure for the brakes, etc. EGR would have to be dead, you definately would have to have ported heads, a different cam, larger fuel injectors, long tube headers, and bigger fuel pump, but I think my idea would work 100%, and it would keep the motor completely naturally aspirated, no forced induction whatsoever (if you chose). The throttle bodies would be hooked up, three to a side to a massive air intake near the radiator maybe? Then also, you would have to have all 6 throttle bodies hooked up equally with the throttle cable, and only one would have a throttle position sensor so it doesn't throw the computer off. Would it work?