For a naturally aspirated ls3, say around 700hp. This will be port efi with dual 4150 throttle bodies on top. Assuming runner length was equal (they're not), plenum volume was close and first intake had a flat top for throttle bodies, ignore forward facing tb... How would it affect performance with the runners protruding into the plenum, putting the mouth of the runner closer to the throttle body, as opposed to the second intake with flush runners and all of the plenum volume on top. The first intake actually has a one inch shorter runner. I'm thinking about this to try to get overall height of the engine down without running a really short runner. Thanks for any input.