Going to have to call you on this one.
EFI is *much* more responsive than a carburetor to changing conditions ... even the conditions in the three miles from my house to the grocery store. Carbs are going to be non-optimal except in one narrow band, it’s just the nature of the beast.
Additionally, points absolutely suck. The day GM brought out the HEI distributors was the day everyone said good bye to points as could do so.
The proof is in the pudding: today’s high performance turbocharged engines would not stay together without EFI and computer controlled ignition. Even economy cars are running enough boost pressure and fuel to develop over 130hp/L (GM ectotech turbo, mazdaspeed 3, ecoboost 3 cylinder, examples abound).
If you think those are just because of the EPA forcing someone’s hand, NTPA doesn’t ban EFI or computer controlled ignition for zero reason. Even on pump gas, the sky is the limit on specific output, just how much boost pressure you are willing to run through the engine. In engine powered sports where electronics are allowed, strict limits on boost pressure and rev limits abound (F1 even had boost limits in the 80’s, and rev limits that last few years of normally aspirated V8s).
Finally, you can run a turbo/super and carb, but expect two things:
(1) To not reach the optimal output of the engine across all operating conditions.
(2) Probably slow (or in some cases, quick) engine damage on really hot days.