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Not good. Someone didn't put it together right or something came apart. It's burning oil. Check the inside of your tail pipe. If it's wet and oilly then you are burning oil. Oil foaming is from compressed air getting to it. You will have to recheck everything done when head gasket set was replaced.
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Turbo oil seal is probably bad. This lets oil leak into the air intake from the turbo bearing. If smoke goes away during hard acceration, then this is probably your problem. Turbo replacement or rebuild is the fix for this.
from he Popular Mechanics site if the smell in your car is like maple syrup:
(1) SMELLS LIKE:
MAPLE SYRUP WHEN: After the engine has warmed or possibly even after it's shut off for a few minutes. THE CULPRIT: Coolant containing sweet-smelling (but toxic)
ethylene glycol is leaking from somewhere. It could be coming from a
radiator or heater hose, a failed intake manifold gasket or cylinder
head. It might be coming from a leaky radiator cap or the radiator
itself, especially if you smell it outside the car. A strong odor inside the passenger compartment probably means a bad heater core.