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The LPT is a TE05 with a 14T wheel.
Since it turned cold, when starting cold, there is smoke evident for several minutes. Until it warms up, we see blue smoke indicating oil.
I would have thought it was valve guides/seals, but the long block has been completely dismantled and remanned. Machine shop standards, didn't do this one under the shadetree.
So, I'm thinking it isn't valve guide seals, as they have been replaced, and the smoke goes longer than just burning off the small amount of oil from the top of the head.
I've built this all up from new parts, the turbo at G Pop Shop. Normally, I would not look at the turbo pushing oil into the inlet, I suppose I just just look at the plumbing and see if oil is migrating up to the intake manifold.......OR.....is there somewhere else I should start to look.......
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