Hand ranges with VPIP question
I'm a bit confused as Equilab software seems to go against what I believe. My belief is that someone with a VPIP of 17% let's say is obviously very tight, and if they were in a heads up pot against someone with a 35% VPIP, and the flop came 532 Rainbow, that the person with the higher VPIP would be at an advantage correct?
My reasoning: The person who has the lower VPIP won't be playing marginal hands like 56 or 45 to make small pairs on flops like this, where as the person with the higher VPIP would be at an advantage in this situation as they play more hands, is this correct? Am I right?