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Two smaller turbo's has less inertia for exhaust gas energy to "spin up" compared to one big single turbo, therefore the powerband on a twin is "fatter" and you can obtain pretty good top end power with properly matched hybrid turbo's these days. I plan to run K16/24's unitially, however, my ultimate goal is to go to a pair of GT28R's, or GT28RS's.

Not to mention the "cool factor" of having bi-turbo's on an earlier car! Instant wood
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