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Porsche Synthetic Oil Change

Porsche Classic Motor Oil 1951-1998
Porsche classic motor oil is specifically designed for you air cooled Porsche.  At the Porsche Development Center in Weissach, the Porsche Classic experts have developed the new engine oil with the specific aim of meeting the demands of the 356 and 911 models (including the 993 & 964 model range). The oil’s operating behavior and lubricating properties were put to the test in extensive laboratory-based tests and practical trials. Porsche Classic Motoroil is available in two versions: 20W-50 and 10W-60.  New to the Porsche Classic lineup are synthetic oil avaible for the 1983-2004 water cooled lineup (924, 944, 928, and &996).  Click above to purchase.

Porsche Classic Motoroil.

  • Designed specifically for classic air-cooled flat engines
  • Designed as 20W-50 for the 356, 914 and early 911 models
  • Developed as 10W-60 for 911 models with a displacement of 3.0 liters or more
  • Tested in laboratory and practical trials
  • Adapted to suit the alloys and sealing materials used at the time
  • Excellent high-temperature resistance and shear stability
  • Optimum wear and corrosion protection
  • “Engineered by Porsche”
  • “Made in Germany”
  • Designed in the Porsche Weissach Design Studio

Mobil 1 Full synthetic Oil Change 2005-2024
Porsche oil changes are not only part of your scheduled maintenance but an integral part of the health of your Porsche’s internal combustion engine.  Oil not only lubricates your Porsche but cools downs parts of your engine that normally does not receive coolant.  Too many neighborhood mechanics assume changing oil is a simple drain and refill process.  For most cars this is true but not for your Porsche.  Within an oil change service your entire car is analyzed with our Porsche factory computer creating a VAL (vehicle analysis log).  Having this benchmark is detrimental to the history of you Porsche.  Porsche Mobil 1 video below for entertainment purpose only.  Mobil 1 is a trademark of ExxonMobil.

Porsche Diesel Oil Change (Cayenne)
Your Porsche Cayenne Diesel requires specific Porsche process in order to ensure proper emissions control and engine longevity. 

What are oil specifications?
The SAE class (SAE: Society of Automotive Engineers) for multi-grade oils includes two grades, e.g. 0W-40. These specify at which temperature range the engine oil can best be used. The number before the “W” (Winter) therefore indicates how viscous the oil is in the cold – the lower the number, the better the oil’s fluidity. 0 therefore denotes extremely low-viscous oil, for use at low temperatures. The second part of the viscosity grade (the number after the “W”) indicates how viscous the oil is at high temperatures – the higher the number, the thicker the oil film. The number 10 would therefore represent very low-viscous oil which is specifically designed for cold regions. In extremely hot areas, even the number 60 can be used-indicating oil which is highly viscous in its normal state. The number 40 therefore represents average viscosity for optimum use even at high temperatures