Funny you brought this up because I was thinking about the same thing today. What I was more curious about is smoothing out that sharp edge(s) where the two bores intersect. That has got to create turbulence, which may good for fuel air mixing, but I think the design follows the cheapest diecasting procedures and perfect fluid flow.
The smaller or inside radius should be at least the radius of the bore and the outer radius of the mean bore should be bore+R1. The actual wall thickness will not allow the perfect radius, unless one builds up and grinds. However, it may be possible to 'make it better" by doing some simple adjusting on the inner radius (edge) and smoothing it out for better laminar flow.
The larger radius would need to be built up some to create a fillet to keep the bore ideal. A gas resistant/proof epoxy could be used, but I'd be a bit leary of gluing anything in an intake, but I may be wrong. Mind you, I haven't attempted any of this myself, yet.
That inner edge would be an easy blend, just take it easy.
I haven't done it yet because I wanted to get my ped running consitantly. Get myself a reference point. I'm not into going light speed, but I'd like to get her running better than right.