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Just took the Transsyberia in for its first oil change. I laughed out loud when I read that the first oil change was due at 20k. Found a great dealer that did the oil change as I waited (Porsche of Nanuet - NFI). Now I would like to hear some thoughts on the use of Lucas Synthetic Oil Treatment which I used in all my MB products. I change oil and filter every 7500 with synthetic and OEM filter. As this is a normally aspirated engine does anyone think the additional oil treatment has a benefit and if so do they use Lucas or a different product. Thoughts are appreciated.

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Thanks for the response. That is the way I am leaning also.


Not Porsche approved, either.

You are doing it the right way now, with OEM filters and fresh oil at 7,500. This is all you really need to do. Same the money, and don't buy the additives.

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