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Hey guys I currently own a r32 gtr v spec 

I’m planning to make a bit of power nothing over the top like 1000HP 

im happy with 300-350kw 


but im stuck I’m not sure if I should go single or do twins. 


And not sure how the price willl be if I go with single or twins prob twins will cost me a bit more



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This has been covered already, many times. Spend some time reading through the threads around here instead of being lazy.


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Ill make it easy for you. Twins in the bin, single for the win is the consensus.

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Its a GTR, it was built with twins and should stay that way.  Just my opinion.  Trouble being you wont get as good a result because the bolt up twins are getting pretty old.  Not sure how long in the tooth the Garrett 707160- designs are now but it has to be 20 years atleast?

Nearly everyone who advocates for singles runs E85.  Do you want to got to that trouble for 400hp?

If not what single are people recommending for 2.6 litres and 98 octane (Out of genuine interest).

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