It makes sense in the context of the two specific motors discussed, and in terms of general theory. Ultimately though it comes down to how much flow you can achieve and the efficiency of the motor. The EVO is the winner for USDM production forced induction in terms of specific power and torque. It comes down to better internals/deck and therefore more potential induction.

"Most specific torque (torque per unit displacement)

The mean effective pressure (MEP) is a useful comparison tool, giving the average cylinder pressure exerted on the piston.

Petrol (naturally-aspirated) - MEP 14.3 bar, 114 N•m (84 ft•lbf)/litre (370 N•m (273 ft•lbf)) - 2003 BMW M3 CSL

Petrol (forced-induction) - MEP 34 bar, 271 N•m (200 ft•lbf)/litre (542 N•m (400 ft•lbf)) - 2009 Mitsubishi Evo X MR FQ-400"

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