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6.0 problem

So i have an 05 6.0 with straight pipe, afe intake and edge juice with attitude. Iv never had a problem with the truck and im at 84,000. I just got it back from getting studed, black onyx gaskets, turbo cleaned and system flushed. I have the sct with vivians tunes on it that will be going on once i figure out the problem with that. But now after getting workrd on the truck will smoke bluish white that smells like diesel not coolant. I cant understand whats going on. The edge runs great in my truck and has all the power and is running very smooth so far. The guy that diid the work is a tech at a local dealer. Anybody have any ideas????? Sometimes it will smoke, sometimes haze, and sometimes it wont do it at all. At full throttle it obviuosly blows the black smoke and not bluish white.
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Hey, my truck has been doing this since the day I got it about 4 years ago. If you search, it is really common. I never burn oil or coolant. Mine does it at about 1500-2000 rpm taking off or about 10 psi. It usually happens when its cold but sometimes happens when its warmed up. I had to 5 dealers and none could fix it. good luck with it
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i had some problems with edge just random things can you swap out to the sct and see what it does ? only other thing i can think of is a bad o-ring somewhere

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Every time I went to the dealer, they told me it was the EGR valve but it never fixed it.
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I'm no mechanic, I would sure take it back and ask them. Bad head gasket installed?

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dont think its head gasket .

190cc injectors,air dog150, stage II fuel supply, custom turbo , SCT X3 tuned by eric at innovative , afe cold air intake ,zoodad, arp studs, snow meth.injection, 5in straight pipes to 8in stacks, innovative uppipe, triple pod with glow shift, remote oil cooler and filters, sinister egr delete , all by myself with cab on , never do it again!!!! and alot of good info from org
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I've had people tell me its the EBP sensor causing the blue smoke but I believe on the new flash, they totally eliminated the use of the EBP sensor.
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Sounds like a little injcector stiction. What oil are you using and how often do you change it.

My truck did this on colder days untill I switched to synthetic oil and tightened up my change interval. I also have used rev-x with great results.

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How often do you put in that REV-x?? I read alot about it.
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I used 8oz with the oil change. Since then I have put 4oz in every third oil change, its just as important to run a synthetic oil.

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