On my turbo vehicles, the throttle body was noticable but not as much as exhaust or cams. Naturally Aspirated get choked down the most by throttle bodies, because they suck for performance (pun WAS intended). But seeing as the supercharger is on the engine side of the throttle body, I'm not sure. You know if the hole in the Wipple's flange is even that large or will you have to port that to reap the true benefit? (shavings + Wipple = DANGER).
You are cramming air into the motor, with force, but its trying to basicly free flow out the tailpipe aside from what little force the exhaust stroke gets. Headers and large exhaust would help create a more suction on the exhaust ports know as scavenging.
The cams with differant lift/duration allow more air to flow in and and open the exhaust earlier to help evacuate it. Scavenging would suck on the cylinder helping the piston come up faster improving engine response, AND with the overlap the intake will open while exhaust is still open briefly and SUCK the intake change in a bit more by "overlapping". Overlap is also what gives that trademark "muscle car idle".
Personally if I was you, which I'm not, I would go with this cam to perk up that "weak" range on your dyno sheet I seen under 2,400RPM, some long tube headers, corsa, etc. Cam would require of R&R (Remove&Reinstall) of the Wipple unfortunately.
5.7L HEMI VVT Performance S/C Camshaft by Modern Muscle - Modern Muscle Xtreme
HEMI MDS Delete Kit by MOPAR
HEMI VVT Limiter
End of my $0.02