I read through parts of those articles and found them interesting. Also along with the old article on Stella tuning where the larger carburetor didn't help because they didn't open up the intake holes to match the larger carburetor, but it did help when the bar between the two reeds was removed, which allowed more flow. I
I've never understood, not looking for a debate it's just me. Why open up a hole in a piston that already has twice the area of the intake. Then you have a matching hole on the other side. Then you have another boost port, which adds more area.
Would be interesting to see an article like this on a BGM 177 or similar.