Hi All, 2007 F430 w/ 9300 miles. I just had my timing chain cover gasket changed. They changed misc. o-ring seals too. During the work, they removed the valve covers for access, but didn't replace those gaskets. After getting my car back from the work, I drove it home for about 30 min on a cool night. Started it 10 hours later in the morning. A massive amount of smoke came from the engine bay and exhaust pipes. Didn't smell like oil or coolant. I had some large puddles of water coming from the inner 2 exhaust pipes (not the outer two). It looked like a whole 8oz bottle of water was poured underneath the pipes. I drove the car all day, drove it hard. Started it multiple times with no problems. A week later, I started it and a moderate amount of smoke came directly from the exhaust. The fumes smelled like concentrated exhaust fumes, not necessarily like oil or coolant. There is quite a bit of moisture coming out of the tail pipes again, but not as much as the first time. The water from exhaust had carbon in it but it wasn't oily. A tech at the shop said condensation builds in those engines/engine bays a lot and it was probably just steam. Thoughts? All this started after getting the car back from maintenance. I have my doubts on that shop. They're a "premium" dealer/performance shop, but they have done some stupid things on my friends cars like using the wrong trans fluid and stripping drain plugs. The owner of the dealer I bought the car from required me to send it to this shop because both owners know each other. Thoughts? I will get underneath the car today to check for oil leaks. Thank you all!