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Old 12-24-2010, 03:16 PM
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Marry Christmas to me!!!:(

Ok, here we go... itís a 05 f-350 with 128k miles. bought it used a little over a year ago with 109k on it..

The last few days, at a light or a stop. I'll start to go and a little whiteíish puff of smoke blows out the tail pipe. Can't really tell if itís all the time with the wind and such. But you can defiantly see it at first roll..

I do have a edge on it and havenít had any other issues. No codes or anything.. I like the programmer.. Please donít hate!!

What Iíve done so far is pulled the egr sensor and found it a little caked with black s***, but there was a lot of junk in the manifold. I cleaned the sensor and put it back in.

I havenít noticed any loss of coolant or anything..

Iíve been thinking itís the egr cooler clogged or heads cracked..

I've been thinking of doing the ARP studs, CFM+ Large mouth Kit with the GoGo Diesel Stage 1 to take care of the egr delete and open up the intake.
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Any ideas would be greatly APPRECIATED..

Thanks Lance
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Old 12-24-2010, 11:19 PM
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I would definetly put in the egr delete and studs if your headgasket is still good BEFORE it blows out! cold air intake and bigger unrestricted exhuast helps a lot to, these babys need to breath!
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Old 12-25-2010, 07:37 AM
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I thought it was better to stick with stock intake on the 6.0s?
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Old 12-25-2010, 09:08 AM
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High flows are good, you just have to make sure you clean them regularly if you get crap in there you can eat your turbo
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Old 12-25-2010, 01:33 PM
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I do have a AFE intake and a 4" magnaflow turbo back. no cat exhaust
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Well, we have blue smoke.. still at the same time.. any ideas?
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Any shaft play on the turbo?
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Any shaft play on the turbo?
Have no idea.. How do I check it and what if there is? Thanks
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K, I put a new EGR Valve in, took the Edge out, and here we are.. I couldn't get it to smoke very much or as much as I have seen in the past.. Any info?

Thanks, Lance
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