Also, make sure you're profieceint at righting. My turbo and I have had some strong words in 20+ winds when heading down. That 14 likes to dive anyway, but with a jib full of air, she really wants to pitch, so Millers advice about getting the main under control first is good. In really heavy air, I have actually had luck sheeting the jib IN before the gybe, coming across the wind, getting the main on track then switching side and adjusting the jib.
It is a hell of a lotta fun blasting down wind on a turbo, just a little more dangerous than with uni-rig. Okay, ALOT more dangerous!