Well I applaud you for the apology if indeed the turbo did not destruct itself. Keep on inspecting, you may find out what happened.Well I think I owe on3 an apology. Upon further inspection and removal of the turbo, it appears that something went through the exhaust housing. The outer 1/4 of the exhaust turbine blades are sheared off and has destroyed the housing itself. Unless the turbine wheel just self destructed something went through it. spark plugs all look good, but I won't know much until I scope the cylinders.
how is it over fueling?Debris in the crossover/exhaust side or just a failed turbo would be best case scenario. A local mechanic is letting me borrow his bore scope tonight. I'm hopeful there is no internal damage. The car still ran fine although sluggish because of over fueling and only making about 1-2# of boost. I will keep everyone posted. Pics to come.
barring a mech issueI don't know the answer to that at the moment. In my last datalog it just shows it was running a little on the rich side. Just one more thing to address in the future.
Pull them out and make sure they are still intact. I just read that they should be after the turbo b/c they can't handle the heat and they may have melted.o2 sensors are pre turbo, one per header close to what would be the collector on a shorty header. Both were removed and inspected, they are all in tact.