Uhh... what are you guys smoking? A few points I'd like to make:
1) A LAG style is more suited to ring games. When you play weaker hands, this increases your variance dramatically. In tournaments, you should generally avoid high variance plays (because the chips you could earn aren't as important as the chip you could lose [usually]). Tournament players are often worse as well, and playing weak hands is much more difficult when you are seeing a lot of showdowns. Hence why no one tells
you to play a LAG style at 1c/2c NLHE.
2) I play with a VPIP of ~35 & my PFR is ~30, which some would consider LAGgy, and I play 6-7 tables of 6-max at a time.
3) Tournament LAG play when you're 30 big blinds deep is also much different from playing LAG in a ring game where you're 100-200 big blinds deep.
4) Stop ****ing caring about long term stats, especially preflop ones. There are no optimal stats, stop ****ing looking for them. There are only optimal stats for a certainly player type. Its easy to give optimal stats at say 1c/2c NLHE because you play all the same player types who call too much & bluff too much. So therefore a TAG game is going to be more successful, because you're exploiting your opponent's mistakes. But when you move up, you stop worrying about wether you're a 18/16 or a 80/50 because it changes every session. Don't tailor your strategy to get stats, tailor your strategy to exploit your opponents.
And you guys are SERIOUSLY looking at this from the wrong perspective. You should not be playing LAG just because "oh, it suits my style". You don't raise K6o just because its your style. You do so because you think it will exploit some leak a player has. You play to capitalize on player's mistakes, and if you have to raise 45% of your hands preflop to accomplish that, then you should be playing a LAG style.
And a 48/22 is not a LAG, they're just a loose-passive fish, unless there's some weird table dynamic going on (sitting on the left of a Dr. Spewy McManiac preflop that gives up a lot postflop, for example).