I was reading "the Chevrolet racing engine" by Bill Jenkins I know this is a 33 year old book and that lots have changed in the last 33 years. I was interested in what he was saying about tunnel rams and stuffing blocks used between the carbs in the manifold base to reduce fuel puddling. What would happen if you raised the "stuffing block" to make the front carb only feed the front four cylinder and the back carb feed the back four. I understand this would kill the plenum volume, but increase the signal to the carb. What would the effect be on hp and TQ???