So after having a couple NA diesels (6.2 and a 7.3) and a few with bolt on kits (banks on a couple 6.2, and ATS on my 7.3) I will never have one with out a turbo, or at least not for long. What I am wondering is, would you get more throttle response from one turbo or would running 2 smaller, quicker spooling turbos remote located be more efficient? After reading about a guy running one remote turbo and what his boost #'s were and EGts, it seems like it would be a great set up. One on each frame rail and feed them together with a remote waistgate. I dont know much about turbos, just basics. Less heat, less cluster under hood. Yes more fab work and obviously 2 turbos. Figured if you have boost at idle and say up to 20 psi with 2 smaller turbos, in my mind you would use less fuel but have better throttle response. Does this theory work? Has anyone done this? What are your thoughts? Is this not as common because of fab work/cost?