Hello, I got a question on auto engines. especially on Naturally Aspirated engines. I know that colder intake = more oxygen in the mixture, then the ecu will compensate that with more fuel, etc, etc, more power... But colder air will also result to less efficient atomization of fuel, reduced flame front speed which has the effect of retarding timing which can reduce torque or neutralize the effect of denser charge... But generally speaking, could it really result to greater output across the rev range? Does lower manifold temperature really work or is just hype to sell aftermarket mods?