white smoke = coolant = headgasket usually
I have all 3 ports on the VCs T'd into each other, then T'd into the charcoal canister lines, and ran direct to the catch can.. the other end of the catch can has a hose dangling near my fuse box :shrug: no oil in can, or in any of the hoses.. I was going to set it up right, but I kinda figure who cares.. not like this engine will last any longer if I do..I still think my CC has more restriction than yours does, because I cant vent it through the CC, I wish I could save me so many problems. At least I know its doing its job, The one tube is filled with oil residue and the other is perfectlly clear.
The residual oil in the turbo, intake, and exhaust should burn off within a matter of a mile or 2. A while back I was smoking out the tail pipe, stopped in the middle of the road, and disconencted the PCV from the catch can lines. In less than a few blocks the excess smoke was burned off, and I had a clear 2 miles drive home from there.maybe i have to burn off all the oil thats in my exhaust and such?
A kinked oil feed is the same as a restrictor. The restrictor I have on mine is like 1/16 - 3/32 pinhole. You can drill it out if you want. If your adding a pressure regulator in your feed line, I think thats a little overboard, it sounds like his problems are elsewhere pressurizing the crank case.i had to kink my oil line for it to stop smoking.
we have around 60 psi of pressure at the oil feed line, even a retrictor will noly bring it down around 20 psi.
you need to ue a valve or somethingto lower it to around 15 - 20 psi of oil and it wont moke.
even ebay turbos.