Ok, so 441.4 CFM would be the minimum requirement per the 4-cyl engine at 5,000 rpm... I think. When it comes to physics I'm pretty sure that the actions of a column of gas are about as complex as it gets. So add enough margin of error as well as room for a port job and exhaust upgrade or modification I'd say 600 to 700 CFM is an adequate base for calculation of intake requirements...
the calculations for a column of air passing through your snokel however... I'm not sure how to derive them at this time.
I'll do a bit more research on the manor and see what comes up. The idea is to establish a safe (from debris and moisture) intake that is not restrictive. Of course, filters, bends, diameters, surfaces are all factors.... and most of this is a bit over my head so i'll have to learn as I go.
My goal is to create an intake solution that is not the limiting factor, thus allowing room for modification/improvement further down the line.