And then when you get into turbo's you have another whole variable.....how much pressure (Ex side) is being used to drive it to produce X pounds of intake boost.30 psi is 30 psi not matter what it's in. That's why it's a standard of measure. Now, if your boys tricycle tire is the same volume as your top kick tire, it'll still be 30 psi once you transfer the air from one to another. Other than that, it's just a stupid question.
Not rocket science and not as difficult or confusing as youre attempting to make. It.
Actually it's not rocket science, that easy, we are talking race cars. You are missing the big point informed posters know. Psi is not a real measure when comparing engine and boost. Psi doesn't take into account the cfm going through the engine or air mass. My point with the tire comparison is simple volume. Two motors can both have 30psi manafold pressure and displace huge difference in volume. More air volume at equal density will equal more power reqairdless of psi. You should really try to educate yourself before acting a fool