Hey there everyone. So I ordered my flying horse motor from bike berry and its currently in shipping to me. I tried to order the short billet intake manifold to compliment the upgraded NT speed carb i got with it, however bike berry didnt have any in stock when i ordered. Im not about to order one from somewhere else and pay the added shipping, as ive already spent enough money on the parts to do this build. So I got to thinking... What if instead of focusing on making the path of the air to fuel mixture from the carb to the cylinder shorter, how about focus on making it cooler, and therefore a denser charge to begin with. I was thinking what i would do is port and polish the stock intake manifold, make the flow passage as clean and resistance free as possible, then weld on cooling fins to the outside of the intake manifold with the intention of significantly adding to the cooling surface area. Im thinking along the lines of the way an air to air intercooler would work, minus the forced induction part. My question is has anyone ever done this before? Does my idea make sense?