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I can't answer for him, but I can give generalities. Some say the P Gods didn't do it for space or more likely $$$. Other's say that the benefit of the dual plug doesn't show as quickly on the turbo's because of the flat piston. Obviously a high compression domed hemi piston bisects the flame front which doesn't happen with a flat turbo piston. The original 3.3 piston seems to be within the diameter that still works with a single plug.

Now, I'm not saying duals wouldn't be optimum. I'm saying that it seems to be less a cost:benefit ratio relative to high comp pistons. We all draw a line somewhere in the sand....its just a question of how far most of us step over it during our build
Luke S.
72 RS spirit 2.7mfi, 73 3.2 Hotrod on steelies, 76 993 3.3efi TT, 86 trackrat, 91 C4s widebody,02 OLA winning 6GT2, 07 997TT, 72 914 v803996TT
Old 08-12-2007, 06:07 AM
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