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Exclamation Lots of oil in intake tract - 01-29-2020, 09:18 AM

So I just walnut blasted my car again since I last did it a year ago and the valves were pretty terrible (93K MILES). I also noticed that there is a lot of oil that was in my charge pipe, throttle body, and manifold. My throttle body basically dumped oil on my hand when I took it off. I also get a pretty large amount of oil in my catch can after not many miles driven. I haven't necessarily noticed a lot of smoke coming out of my exhaust but it is very cold here in Chicago so I am not sure id be able to tell if I was burning a ton of oil. Are my turbo seals starting to go? not really too worried if it is from my turbos since they'll be gone in 2 months but I am more worried if it is an issue with my pcv system. Any ideas? I have pics of the valves attached too
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Default 01-29-2020, 09:41 AM

Probably turbos.


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Default 01-29-2020, 12:21 PM

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Probably turbos.
Would turbos also be the reason Iím getting a lot of oil on catch can too? Iím talking like sometimes itíll be a quarter full with like 10 days of driving
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