The thing about turbo cars is they tend to run like stockers. You don't need to compromise how the engine runs to get great power. This is nice for OEM manufacturers but for people who want their cars to sound badass, maybe not the greatest. For a turbo, you don't want alot of overlap on the cam. You need to preserve your exhaust pressure to spin the thing. That being said, some of the motorsport cams are supposed to work pretty well with turbos. I would like to see a straight up comparison on a dyno of Stock, B, E and F cams in a turbo car.
97 Laser Red GT-248A Wingless model, Built Lincoln Mark VIII motor-Procharger D1SC, 3 core IC
2012 Black GT-Saddle, 3.73s, Brembos, Shaker1000