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Old 06-13-2012, 05:36 PM
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My turbo is passing oil into the exhaust

Just some pics and video of a bad turbo. Does this look familiar Chris?







Any of you tech savvy guys want to tell me how to get videos on here from photobucket? I'll be happy to post, just can't figure it out.

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Looks familiar, and it looks pretty gnarly... and sorry, I just use YouTube for all of my videos.
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That's two votes for youtube....guess I got to open a youtube account.
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Hurry up damnit, I need to go to sleep.
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It's almost like a Dodge now. You just need to stack tuners and flip out your awesome tow mirrors.
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Old 06-13-2012, 06:57 PM
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Yep, looks like blown head gaskets to me.
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You think 5 Star Ford will do mine for free. If they hurry you can get my heat shield and I can wait on your special ordered one.
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Old 06-13-2012, 07:04 PM
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It's almost like a Dodge now. You just need to stack tuners and flip out your awesome tow mirrors.
2 ways to go with that comment.

1) I'd rather take the cab off of my Ford than drive a Dodge.
2) I'd rather have a sister on a street corner than drive a Dodge.

But the stacked stacks and stacked flipped tow mirrors are awesome. I think I'll stick with a greasy duty.....with my Toyo Open Country M/T tires on my black Rock Star wheels....it is really one of a kind....you have never seen a truck like mine.
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Ok, so that was Chris's turbo but now it's on Michael's truck and Chris has a new turbo and Matt had a turbo that went on Bill's truck and now Matt's getting a new turbo.....remind me to never bring a woman around you guys!

Anyway, that means that turbo has been bad the whole time. Chris's truck started smoking the day it was put on there. I wander what kind of bearings are in there. I'd say maybe the ford feed line is giving it too much oil but none of the others have been smoking. Any shaft play in it?
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