This talk was already taking place before he ever ran the .29. I will have to say that I do agree with it to a degree. The nitrous companies have invested to much for everyone to just drop that program and add turbos. That would be the easiest thing to do for most racers but some of the guys are sponsored by nitrous companies and can't just change over. If we had signed a deal with a nitrous supplier, I would still be using the spray but we didn't find anyone that wanted to so that is why we made the change to twin turbos. I figure that if the entire program is coming out of pocket, why not use the best combination available at the time. The rules in most of the 10.5 classes don't penalize you for turbos and certainly don't help the nitrous guys so why not swap over? Our new combo is being built around twin 88's just in case this does trickle down to the other organizations and classes. I honestly believe that 88's will run with 99.9% of the cars out there anyway. Yes, the 90's, 91's, and larger will make more power on the dyno but then you still have to put it down at the track. When someone comes out with a stick shift car and a pair of big turbos and lays down the number, look for rules to change. I have always said that the right clutch car could re-write everything in Outlaw and I still believe that. Look at what BG has done. I know it is not all because of the clutch but being a master of this doesn't hurt.Dammit Grant why did you have to run a fucking .20??????????????LOL!! Seems like alot of guys lost the balls somewhere. Peace out bitch's!