Most of the time injector orings result in fuel in the coolant. If they are hearing air leaks in the the valve covers then I would suspect Standpipes or dummy plugs. The only oring in the injector that has to do with the oil system is the one in the very top and is not normally replaced when injector orings are replaced. It could be a bad injector that's stuck causing the pressure to bleed off.
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I have an 06 6.0
I ran 5” straight pipe out and put the kc turbo 10 blade in the turbo. I was leaking oil and blowing smoke out the exhaust so i took the turbo apart again and did a 360 rebuild. Now i have no smoking issues but oil is pouring pretty good out of my exhaust. What could be causing this? I replaced all the seals and orings when i built it