Ok so here is the deal. I got a 2001 vw beetle off a guy for 300. The cam chain tensioner guides were worn slam out. That cause the intake cam to bend a few valves. It also caused the cam to score up some journals so I replaced the head. Got it back in, timed and fired it. It immediately started billowing out white smoke. So I'm thinking "ok the turbo is shot.". I ordered a new turbo, installed and fired it up. Ran great for five minutes then white smoke slowly starts lightly puffing out the exhaust. I give it a little gas and she starts billowing clouds of smoke again. I shut it off, check the piston. They are clean. So I fire it up cold again and it's running smooth and clean for about 5 minutes. Then here comes the light smoke. I give it some gas and clouds of smoke start coming out again. Finally I pull the exhaust away from the turbo to see if by chance I got a bad turbo even though it's new. There is no oil on the exhaust turbo flange it's dry. I stick my finger in to see if the wheel is wet. Nope. Where is this thing cooking oil? I just don't get it.