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Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Colorado Springs
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A little bit of oil in the air side of the turbo piping is normal - it is blowby that is put into the intake from the CCV system. Typically this oil will break down the boots and cause them to either leak or come off too easily. One option is to do a CCV re-route.
As far as your problem, you may have another loose boot, or else a cracked pipe - is your pipe from the intercooler to the intake elbow plastic? The are known to crack. Also look at the boots for small holes and wear. While you are at it look at your turbo to see if the compressor wheel turns easily and see if it has excessive play.
2005 F-250 6.0L, crew cab, long bed 4x4
completed in 2011: STC update, new IPR, BPD EGR cooler, oil cooler rebuild, 6.4 banjo bolts, blue spring update, SCT X3, Insight CTS, 58V FICM, CCV Mod, DIY coolant filter (now gone), refinished turbo
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2012: ARP headstuds, OEM gaskets, standpipes and dummy plugs
2015: XDP coolant filter