Hey guys, so I just replaced the valve stem seals on my '88 NA, but I'm still getting a horrendous amount of blue smoke when idling and accelerating for the first 5-10 minutes after pulling out of my driveway. I just did a compression test and all of the readings came back fine (around 180 PSI). I've deleted the AIV, EGR, and charcoal canister and replaced the PCV valve with two breather filters attached to the valve covers, so I don't know if any of that could affect everything I'm currently using 10w-30 full synthetic oil, and the motor has 232k miles on it. I've seen some people say switching back to conventional should solve it, others said my rings could be sticking, and my auto tech teacher said that it could still be burning off excess oil from it sitting while I changed the seals. My worst fear is that I didn't put the seals back on correctly and I'm gonna have to do them all over again. Do you guys have any ideas?