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Alright guys, my 6.0 is smoking some bluish smoke when it gets at operating temp and it's 55+ degrees outside. No rough idle or anything, just smokes some light blue smoke when I'm stopped at a redlight or stop sign, then as I accelerate it blows the smoke out and it clears up while I'm in the throttle. Smokes in reverse as well. If I'm stopped and put the truck into nuetral the smoke stops. Mods are listed below in my sig. I'm thinking either turbo seals or injector stiction. Any help is appreciated, thanks guys!

Tyler
 

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Are you running 2 cycle in your fuel?
 

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Nope no 2 cycle oil
 

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Turbo seals?????
 

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Kind of off subject sorry but do people really run 2 cycle oil in there fuel and whats the CCV mod??
 

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Kind of off subject sorry but do people really run 2 cycle oil in there fuel and whats the CCV mod??
ashless 2 cycle oil adds lubrication to the fuel. do a search and you'll find out what the ccv mod is. stroker67 has some pics to go along with it.
 

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It smokes at idle right? Take the pipes off of the turbo and see if it stops smoking...
 

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if i take the charge pipe loose doug and it quits smoking, what does that mean?
 

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alright thanks guys, appreciate the help
 

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You can go get the oil fill tube orifice tool and do a crankcase pressure test. See if the bores are done or not...
 
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