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post #1 of 2 Old 04-18-2013, 06:17 AM Thread Starter
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White smoke under heavy acceleration

I have an "02 f350 dually, Edge programming set in tow mode, 4" exhaust, 6637 air filter mod, just cracked 100k miles.

I have noticed a bit of white smoke when i floor the accelerator. I can get on it and it wont smoke, it only does it really when floored. I have tried to do some searching, but have seen things ranging from timing to injectors to seals.....and I'm half wondering if this might just be because of the programmer? I am well into my latest oil change and the oil level is in range. I have read things about oil buildup from gentle driving, and I rarely get into it, so maybe this is it? I actually never noticed it, but a buddy borrowed my truck who does drive like an a-hole, and he is the one that brought it to my attention. Any thoughts?
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pretty much the same exact set up for my truck. It is also now blowing white under hard acceleration. But I was not having this issue till I pulled one of the injectors to clean. I think when it was reinstalled the seal didn't seal right. But if you come up with anything please let us know just so I can check it on mine.

2000 F350 2x4 superduty Dualy
5" drop
24" alcoaa rims w/ grappler uhp's
4" turbo back ex.
edge programmer
K&N intake with Napa 6637 filter
06' Grill, Mirriors, Led lights
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