Hi all, I have been looking for an answer to this and I cannot find one. So here is my question... The surface area of 57mm twin round throttle body set-up was 5100 mm^2 and the single 75mm throttle body set-up was 4415 mm^2. Now to the actual question... Does smaller (twin) throttle bodies allow the gas pedal to be less "touchy" under part throttle conditions. In other words, assuming both throttle bodys (twin and single) have the same surface area on the blade, would the twin be more manageable under part throttle conditions. This seems automotive, but I figured you professionals would better be able to help me. I hope this made sense. Thank you guys and gals.