I have been thinking about the V8 configuaration of the Powerstroke engines and been thinking to myself why a twin parellel system wouldn't work. Everyone keeps putting their efforts into a compound system which I think is restrictive and has limits. I did some measuring underneath my truck, and, there is a lot of room to mount a single turbo to each bank. think the most difficult part would be to split the intake manifolds and build custom plenums for uniform air volume distribution between cylinders. And building two smaller intercoolers. The fuel system could remain HUEI and intact. The stock production exhaust manifolds could be specially modified to accept the turbo's or new ones could be manufactured. Other details would be hashed out. Has anyone read up on Banks Power Duramax that has a similiar set-up? I really think that V8 engines, if they are going to have 2 turbos should be run in series and not compunded. This is the key to making the most efficient power possible from the Powerstroke. The 6.0 liters intake manifold makes me want to puke when I look at it. There is no way on God's green Earth that each cylnder air fill rate is balanced. And It is very restrictive in design. I am going to think more about this a draft up a design on paper.