[Biturbos4] White smoke
Long, Scott G A1C USAF AFMC 88 SFS/S4W
Scott.Long2 at WPAFB.AF.MIL
Tue Jan 27 09:30:51 PST 2009
A compression check would tell you for sure it's not a head gasket.
However the compression check won't show blown turbos.
The PCV clogging is new to me, but I'm glad I learned something new.
Please let us know what this problem turns out to be for you. I'm sure
we are all curious now.
Scott G. Long, A1C, USAF
Client Support Administrator
88th Security Forces Squadron
From: biturbos4-bounces at diablo.audifans.com
[mailto:biturbos4-bounces at diablo.audifans.com] On Behalf Of Aurangzeb M.
Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 12:13
To: Grant Lenahan
Cc: Bi-Turbo Audi S4 Audi Fan Group; ama-list at mltp.com; Tuan Nguyen
Subject: Re: [Biturbos4] White smoke
No. Thank God.
I actually live just two minutes from the freeway, so I'm espescially
mindful in these cold New England motors to get on slow and let things
warm up a bit before I start boosting.
On Mon, 26 Jan 2009, Grant Lenahan wrote:
:I was afraid of that too.
:Did you get hard on the boost when cold? That's death for any turbo
:I hope not, but the turbos are the most fragile part of the 2.7 motor.
:Tuan Nguyen wrote:
:> Sounds like you have a case of blown turbos.
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