Also, it's always a good thing to stop and consider "Why do I have this compound in here, given that I also have... " and if the answer is "I don't know" then leave it out.
And think about total dosage, so therefore more of one thing or adding a thing means using less of another.
If using testosterone cypionate, and having an aromatase inhibitor so you can use the amount you want, what is the Oral Turinabol going to do for you that the testosterone will not? Why are you wanting to trade off some testosterone for the OT? If there's no real answer, then really why not leave off the OT?
Also what is the EQ doing for you that the testosterone will not?
Now I'm not saying that there's never a point to running test/ EQ versus straight testosterone, it's an entirely acceptable variation. Particularly if having already learned what testosterone alone does for you, and deciding to try substituting some of the test for EQ for a reason such as perhaps thinking that you want higher total dose but not more testosterone, with -- hypothetical example -- EQ being chosen because you wanted something with no conversion to DHT.
However it makes sense for there to be reasons rather than just adding things for the sake of adding.