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Look in the valley if you see oil then you either have a HPOP line that failed, or your HPOP is leaking. If your valley is dry then it is most likly your turbo pedistal. The EBPV in the pedistal is known to leak on these engines, and trust me (I know from experience) they can leak large amounts of oil. Also, the large oil rail plugs on each end of the heads can also leak large amounts of oil if the orings fail. Rear seal failures are uncommon, but anything is possible.
99.5 F-250 4x4, 7.3 PS
State 1 injectors from Rosewood, GT38 (van) turbo, S&B intake, Comp Cam's 910 valve springs, Smith Brothers pushrods, AIH delete TS 6-position chip. Pyro.
2005 front end conversion, 2008 tailgate, taillights, and rear bumper.
Edge CTS monitor, and 4" Exhaust (Manufacturer to be determined).