Has anyone done an analysis of airflow over the rear trunk lid or even the rear panel? Now that I have the DCOEs mounted, I would like a fresh air source for the carbs. The ends of the carbs pretty much line up with the crossmember so intake air should really be coming from the rear trunk. Thought about putting a mild scoop in the rear trunk lid but don't want to do that if there is a negative pressure and it will just have hot air coming up and out the scoop rather than a positive pressure allowing air into the trunk. I guess I can do the old yarn taped to the body trick but flow with no opening in the trunk lid could change if there was an opening, I guess it depends on what the pressure is inside the trunk which for my car is not sealed up. I'm looking for actual evidence, not theoretical.