I have a question. Say I have two cars. Exactly the same engine displacement. One car has a 7:1 compression ratio, but it also has a turbocharger. The turbocharger is set at 14.5 psi of boost. The other car has a 14:1 compression ratio (I know, its pretty high, but it doesn't matter for this question). Will the engines put out the same power? The first engine puts twice the amount of air in double the space. The second engine puts the half the amount of engine 1s air in half the space. If that made any sense at all, and anyone understands me, I'd be interested to hear the answer. I bet there is some physics principle, something to do with heat and pressure, but I can't think that hard. Thanks.