I have been fascinated with the idea of turbos, and turbo normalizing. How nice it would be to have sea level power at a six thousand foot elevation strip. I appreciate the guys who can create wonderful things from scratch. I would rather try to use a wheel, that someone else has invented, and proven. Does anyone know of certified singles or twins, that used fuel injected, turbocharged Lycoming 360's? Down at sea level, and at 2000 feet, the 0-360 on the Bushmaster is even impressive. At 6000 feet, and a hot day, not so much. I keep wondering how people fly in Colorado, where quite a few of the strips are 8,000 and above. Thoughts? I know this is not a new idea. Sorry. Thanks!