I'm having an ongoing issue where my car has started leaving clouds of bluey whitey smoke when I pull away. I've cleaned out the oily boost pipes and resealed them all. I've also drained out about 0.5 litres of engine oil as Audi had filled it about 5mm above maximum at the service. Although they claim that much over max isn't an issue. I've cleaned out the egr and checked it's function. It wasn't as dirty as some of the photo's I've seen on here, but it was covered in a couple of mm of black oilyness. I started the car and I still get blue/white smoke. I suppose there could still be some oil in the intercooler if the overfilling was the problem, but now I'm leaning towards the idea the turbo seals have gone. My question is (I got there eventually), what revs and load would I expect to see blue smoke from the exhaust if the turbo oil seals are knackered? I generally only get it as I initially pull away. Could this be the turbo, as in my mind it would smoke more as the revs and boost increased, rather than just on take off. At higher revs and foot the the floor I can't see any smoke. I haven't seen any smoke on idle, but revving it creates a blue/white cloud.