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Originally Posted by RarlyL8 View Post
You don't need to remove the intercooler to watch, clean everything and remove it after you run the engine. If there is a lot of oil in the up-pipe you have a problem.
That is what is happening Brian. After running there is oil in the up pipe. However when the turbo rebuilders run it they are not seeing the same problem and have sent me videos of this.
I just do not know where the problem is if I have normal crank case pressure and the scavenge circuit is perfect.
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