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The idea is to better mix the air and fuel by having a bigger plenum chamber, some even swirl the gasses with ridges (a restriction in itself.)
That works on carbs and throttle body injections - sometimes very well.
But if you have ported injection like Jeeps use, there isn't any fuel up there. Fuel is injected right before the intake valve.
If the air/fuel mix in the combustion chamber was swirling - turbulence - you won't get proper flame propagation.
So - throttle body injection or carbs it can help, ported it won't.
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