Let's talk compression ratios

I found an old thread listing HP numbers for W10 motors. The thread said .

Just did some quick math (cross multiplication:rofl, it works on paper but just seeing if I'm calculating this right because the numbers seem high...

HP @ 7 psi on a roller rocker:

180 hp/8.5 compression=x/9.8 compression.

HP @ 10 psi on a roller rocker

207 hp/7 psi=x/10 psi.

HP @ 12 psi on a roller rocker

207 hp/7 psi=x/12 psi.

*- Stock boost on a W10 is 7psi making 206hp*

- Stock boost on a W11 is 9psi making 227hp

- Stock boost on a W11 is 9psi making 227hp

**I could have sworn I read the numbers were 180hp @7psi**..If that same w10 t25 kit is put on a roller rocker de motor it should make more power due to the higher compression right?Just did some quick math (cross multiplication:rofl, it works on paper but just seeing if I'm calculating this right because the numbers seem high...

HP @ 7 psi on a roller rocker:

180 hp/8.5 compression=x/9.8 compression.

**X=207 hp**HP @ 10 psi on a roller rocker

207 hp/7 psi=x/10 psi.

**X=296 hp**HP @ 12 psi on a roller rocker

207 hp/7 psi=x/12 psi.

**X=355 hp**