You would be on the right track with an intake mod and a fuel processor, but your going to have to put pipes on also to get the air back out. If you do this you will be supprised of how much it does wake it up, I know I was.
As I've posted in another thread, Gman noted that significant HP gains were available through air/fuel modification on the intake side
, and were not significant with flow modifications to the exhaust side.
The factory pipes are (calibrated) smaller diameter for a reason: smaller diameter increases the velocity of the exhaust flow, there-by moving more air out of the engine after combustion, ie, greater suction or sipping of the exhaust.
To test this, simply take a 1/2" or 3/4" piece of plastic pipe, and
try to drink soda from a glass. Next, use a soda straw to drink the soda.
Which device assists lifting the fluid from the container?
Not the large diameter device, that is, unless You're much, much, larger than the average man, and have the stature to provide suction enough to pull that soda with the larger plastic tube.
Granted We're mixing apples and oranges, (fluids and gasses) however, the scientific principle is the same.