Please explain this then.
As shown on the above dyno sheet, that engine makes about 110 Hp RWHP at only 3,200 rpm with zero boost.
Yet you claim that engine is factory rated at 115 flywheel Hp, absolutely flat out, dead stock normally aspirated.
Are you saying that the original factory four cylinder engine peaks out at only 3,200 rpm ???
I still don't believe what you are trying to claim here, the numbers just don't make any sense.
Modern engine management is a wondrous thing, but it still cannot defy physics or thermodynamics.
To increase power by three and a half times takes three and a half times the airflow. Increasing the induction pressure by two and a half times will not increase airflow three and a half times.
I can tell you for sure, the pressure required to flow air through anything, including a cylinder head, goes up SQUARE LAW. Doubling the flow, requires a differential pressure increase of four times.
A three and a half times increase of airflow requires a pressure increase of 3.5 x 3.5 = 12.25
To do that requires eleven point two atmospheres of boost or 164 psi of boost WITH NO TEMPERATURE INCREASE.
Good luck doing that with a 10:1 compression ratio on a gasoline engine.