My bro's been shaving his back for years and now has a full torso beard. Accept what you got and move forward. Here's a thought though Smoke, you don't seem too attached to the hair on your head, so I say make an appointment at Hair Club For men and transplant your melon hair to your chest and bingo. Repurposing nature to mean your needs. I know... you're welcome.
No matter how big your cam, hogged out your intake and exhaust, or high your compression may be, the amount of air fuel mixture a N/A motor can consume is absolutely limited by it's displacement, PERIOD. A turbo can force feed two or three times as much mixture into the cylinder. At the same time, the boost, mixture and timing can be controlled to produce a linear power curve. Now an ass clown will say stupid shit like "A turbo will never produce the same torque", or my favorite "A turbo puts too much stress on the motor". Regardless of the desired output, success in a given turbocharged application is dependent on designing the entire system for that given purpose. They don't turbocharge virtually every diesel big rigs on the road to give them more top end power, it's all about torque and fuel efficiency. Try and finagle 355hp out of a N/A 2.0L four cylinder engine and we'll see how long it lasts. The turbocharged 2.0L Mercedes CL45 AMG does it with a 4 year 50,000 mile warranty. Do it right and there is no question witch has the advantage.
Not to sound sardonic, but actually... most people aren't dumb, they'er just to insecure to respect their own intelligence. Political strategists, advertisers and public relations firms purposefully dumb down their message to feed that vicious loop of intellectual insecurity. God forbid people actually learn to think for themselves, they might challenge the rules of the establishment. You know it used to be, only fascists labeled educated people as intellectual elites. Seems our democracy's views on an educated electorate are devolving. Neofascist post capitalism here we come.