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just bought this 06 6.0 4x4 cc from the bank got a pretty good deal its my first psd the bank took it to their preferd shop to get it checked out the mech put in all new glow pluges and new turbo 2 brand new batts i been driving it very little the past 2 weeks but in seeing a goo at the exhaust wondering if it maby the unburnt fule and or oil from the bad turbo making it way down to the tip now that it has new turbo runs great starts good cold or hot no smoke has power out the a## what do ya think
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Is it goo or black soot?
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goo

its not just dry soot its sticky
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i havent done a presher test on the cooling sys but even after it sets for 2 days and i pull the cap it still some presher on it so i dont think i have a egr cooler leak and it dosent smoke im thinking the new turbo is just pushing out the crud that was building up i hope fingers crossed i need to get it out on the hwy and blow the crap out of it and see what happens maby
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I was changing my oil a couple weeks ago and I noticed that s couple of the seams in my MBRP have a similar substance leaking out of the exhaust. Since my truck runs fine otherwise I figured it wasn't anything to worry about.

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