It was a very hot day in Ohio around 100 degrees. I was making a lot of stops and turning the engine off with out letting the the turbo cool down first. I was completely forgetting how hot the day was and did not let the oil flow through the turbo before shut down. Then while I was driving it I got into the throttle and all of a sudden it started loosing power, then started making a leaf blower sound or more like a blown up vacuum cleaner noise. I immediately pulled over and poped the hood to check for blown off CAC connections. I did not find any obvious problems. I then started the truck again and it still was making the noise when reved up (no noise at idle). I then drove the truck for about a block to check to see if it could build boost and it wouldn't build a single pound. I knew something was majorly wrong so I had it towed home from there. Also no major amounts of smoke. No smoke at idle and just a little bit in bursts when I was driving it down the block to check for boost. I read usually blown turbos dumb loads of blue smoke. Thats not happening. Today I took off the air box and got a look down the turbo. All the fins look and feel fine. The compressor side spins freely and has no resistance. Feels normal to me. I started the truck for a brief second to take this video. Any ideas before I just start tearing it down?
Also heres what done to the 05 6.0L:
5" MBRP Straight Pipe Turbo Back
SCT Tuner with Looney Tune
6.4 Banjo Bolts
New Oil Cooler less than 1000 miles ago.
Cleaned Turbo by me less than 1000 miles ago.
No Gauges yet but will be getting some soon.