just replaced the turbocharger for the 2nd time. the 1st time I did not change the oil inlet feed line to the turbo, which was a HUGE mistake. Although it looked good from the outside, it was clogged on the inside and burnt up the turbo, hence replacing it a 2nd time. However before changing the turbo, I tried changing the oil inlet feed line which resulted in large bellows of white/gray smoke coming out of the tailpipe. with the 2nd turbo now installed, there is still a large volume of smoke bellowing out of the exhaust....Can someone verify if this is normal and safe to drive? I am thinking maybe any oil that leaked into the catalytic convertoror exhasut may need to burn itself out. Is this a safe assumption?
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