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Oil in turbo up pipe

Yesterday i pulled my turbo to swap it for a new one. Once the turbo was off i noticed the passenger sid up pipe had oil in it. But the driver side one was dry as a bone. I don't under stand . What could cause that? The truck is a 97 F-350. Completely stock. The truck does not burn oil at start up or anything.

2002 F-350 XLT
Dp-tuner, MBRP 5inch exhaust, CCV mod, Autometer gauges, AFE intake, Irate fuel system, 38r turbo, Bellowed up pipes, Coolant filter, stage 1 camshaft, smith bros pushrods, 910's, BTS valve body, 6.0 trans cooler.

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