I recently had a minor mishap at an autocross event. At first, I thought I had broken a fuel line after hitting a cone since the car stalled immediately. Instead, it turned out my new tires have so much grip that I actually managed to starve the engine of fuel in a fast, sharp turn. ANYWAY, my concern is the fact I had just driven the heck out of the car, raising EGTs to about 900-degrees, then suddenly shut off the car. I was unable to start the car for about 20-minutes (I looked for fuel delivery issues before figuring I had insufficient fuel in the tank since I had never had this problem before)
Do you think I have coked oil in the turbo? Is there something I should do to clean out the oil passages? I have a spare turbo and can afford to remove this turbo for a little while. Any advice is appreciated.