explain why this is nonsence? This was what i was told by the different turbo companies themselves... I actually took what Brian from B&G said to me almost word for word. (we were talking about 1000 rwhp cars, so i could see how this might not be applicable to smaller combinations but the guy is looking for 20 psi on a 408 or 418 (can't remember which) so hes looking around 1000 fwhp if not more.) Anyways he said that a single turbo would be more street friendly as to were twins would have attency to feel like a stage of nitrous and break the tires free a lot easier (which is not all that good on the street) and that he recommended a twin setup for racing, to get the power faster, but if your looking for great peak dyno numbers a single turbo will do it but the area under the curve won't be as great as a twin setup. You have a turbo car yourself so tell us what your thoughts are... Remember though we are talking bigger cubic inches then a 302 and 20psi so theres other factors to consider.