Ok so here's the story. I just recently completed a t2 swap in my 1988 daytona. It has a garrett t2 turbo that was supposedly rebuilt 8,000 miles ago. I also replaced the injectors, fuel rail and regulator, and the head gasket. The only part that was not upgraded to t2 status was the computer. After the swap i got the car to run pretty good. Boost was set to 12psi and it ran and drove fine, no smoke or anything. The other day i went outside, started my car, and drove down the road when i noticed the turbo was hessitant to boost and a giant cloud of white-grey smoke coming from behind my car. I immediately turned around and parked the car, the underside of my car near the turbo and firewall was drenched in oil. I wiped the oil off, tightened the oil line from the turbo going into the back of the block, and the problem persisted. So obviously i have an oil leak somewhere that only leaks during boost, and another, unknown problem preventing me from boosting correctly. Also when i stuck my hand in the turbo i noticed a little bit of shaft play, not too bad, but deffinatly more than when i installed the turbo 50 miles ago. Is my turbo shot already? Is it just a simple line problem? Im a little overwhelmed after doing all that work, only to have my car smoking and throwing oil all over the place. Any help would be greatly appreciated.