Porsche Club of America • Santa Barbara Region • February 2012
SBR’s Palm Springs Getaway Weekend
Maintaining The Modern Porsche
R.U.F. Visits Ojai’s Alpaca Pasture
Porsche Club of America • Santa Barbara Region • February 2012
SBR’s Palm Springs Getaway Weekend
Maintaining The Modern Porsche
R.U.F. Visits Ojai’s Alpaca Pasture
On The Cover
The SBR Porsches lined-up, ready for take
off at the Palm Springs Hyatt Regency Hotel
on the club’s Martin Luther King, Jr. week-
Photo by Brian Rubino
President’s Column ........................................4
From The Editor’s Desk..................................4
Camarillo Breakfast Meeting ........................7
Santa Barbara Breakfast Meeting ................9
Member Anniversaries & New Members ..24
Porsche Picnic At Jalama Beach...................6
Santa Barbara Autocross ............................10
SBR Delivers For Charity .............................14
Porsche Parade 2012 - Salt Lake City .........14
Memorial Day “Double” Discovery Drive ...15
Porsche Poker Run.......................................19
In The February
Santa Barbara Region Board of Directors.....3
The Tech Page .............................................21 R.U.F. Visits Ojai’s Alpaca Pastures ...........................11
Down The Road - Future Events..................26
SBR Classiﬁed Advertisements...................31 Palm Springs Getaway Weekend ..............................16
Directory of Advertisers ..............................31
The Last Word .............................................32 Maintaining The Modern Porsche .............................21
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Santa Barbara Region Events Calendar
Saturday 4 CAMARILLO BREAKFAST Saturday 7 CAMARILLO BREAKFAST
Way-Point Café, 9:00 a.m. Way-Point Café, 9:00 a.m.
Wednesday 8 BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING Wednesday 11 BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
Saturday 11 SANTA BARBARA BREAKFAST Saturday 14 SANTA BARBARA BREAKFAST
Moby Dick Restaurant, 9:00 a.m. Moby Dick Restaurant, 9:00 a.m.
Saturday 18 PORSCHE PICNIC AT JALAMA BEACH Fri-Sun 20-22 ZONE 8 FESTIVAL OF SPEED
firstname.lastname@example.org – See page 6 Fontana
Saturday 28 CAMARILLO AUTOCROSS
Saturday 3 CAMARILLO BREAKFAST Saturday 5 CAMARILLO BREAKFAST
Way-Point Café, 9:00 a.m. Way-Point Café, 9:00 a.m.
Saturday 10 SANTA BARBARA BREAKFAST Wednesday 9 BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
Moby Dick Restaurant, 9:00 a.m. Saturday 14 SANTA BARBARA BREAKFAST
Sunday 11 SANTA BARBARA AUTOCROSS Moby Dick Restaurant, 9:00 a.m.
email@example.com – See page 10 Fri.-Weds. 25-30 SEQUOIA/KINGS CANYON/YOSEMITE
Wednesday 14 BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING firstname.lastname@example.org – See page 15
Saturday 24 PORSCHE POKER RUN
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The President’s Column of the most prestigious Porsche Club of America event. Join me
in sending Tom our good wishes in his new position. He may be
reached at tb911@tbso ware.net
t’s only You may have noticed in the January Der Auspu that Michael
February, Brovsky appeared on the listing of Board members as Vice
and I have President and Past President. Our by-laws prohibit one person
already forgotten serving concurrently on two positions. At the January 11, 2012
or broken my meeting, the Board accepted Michael’s resignation as Vice
New Year’s President; he thus vacates the V.P. position, but he will continue
Resolutions. his service as Past President. He therefore succeeds David Stone
Every year I go who has served our region with honor and dignity for more than
through this a decade, and who will continue providing hands-on input as a
useless exercise member of our 50th Anniversary Committee (see below). Our by-
so I can get mad at myself thirty days later! ank goodness that laws further provide that when there is a vacancy on the Board,
I can bury myself in the fun and friendships of the Santa Barbara an appointment can be made to ll the vacancy by a majority of
Region. the voting members. I am pleased to inform you that Steve Kaller,
I am pleased to call your attention to the inclusion (on page our treasurer for the past three years, has been appointed to serve
30 of this issue) of the 2011 end-of-year balance sheet. You will in the post of Vice President.
note that our nances are in a comfortable position. I believe and e inaugural meeting of the committee entrusted with the
operate under the assumption that the club must have su cient preparations for our region’s 50th Anniversary Celebration in
funds in reserve to weather unforeseen nancial di culties. If the 2014 was held last month at the home of Doug and Nancy Maletz
worst should ever happen (eg: loss of sponsors, losses on events, in ousand Oaks. e discussion examined – and debated –
increased expenses, equipment needs), our region can continue as proposed themes, activities and locations. For example, should
present without interruption for at least two years, thus allowing we have only one major event, or a series of smaller activities
successive o cers and management to undertake whatever steps throughout the year? Formal, or informal? Will we be able to hold
may be necessary to rebuild nancial positions. It would be a a parade in Santa Barbara or Ventura? ere are many ideas, and
shame to see our region su er possible catastrophic failures in the tasks, and I am certain that this group of high-pro le members,
future because its nancial position somehow becomes untenable. chaired by Nadine Tracy, will do an outstanding job. I could not
I will work tirelessly to secure our exceptional viability and be more pleased with the makeup of this committee. I am even
vitality. more pleased to call your attention to the listing and photographs
ere are new faces at the region management level of club o cers at the front of this issue of Der Auspu . e prior
(introduced in last month’s Der Auspu ), and there are new photo of me – you know, the one appearing last month that had
faces on the national level of the Porsche Club of America. e my head elongated to the point that I looked like a cucumber –
one of particular interest to us is the appointment of Tom Brown has been replaced. Now the focus is on my chubby cheeks and
(from the San Diego Region) as Zone 8 Representative. Tom has silver (it is not white!) hair. anks for the correction, John.I look
served on many S.D. and Zone 8 committees; the list is too long forward to seeing all of you at any of our four-score gatherings we
to enumerate. Recently, he has acted as national Porsche Parade have throughout the year. Do yourself a favor and participate. You
administrator, responsible for site selection and administration can only gain from the experiences our club has to o er.
From The Editor’s Desk
John Alfenito vintages, just can’t get used to oil change directives at a whopping
10,000 miles, or more!
T his month, Chris Andropoulos,
the Service Manager at Schneider
Autohaus in Santa Barbara, contributes
Hopefully, Chris’s article will put that issue to rest, and address
several other basic maintainance points to help us keep our cars
what I hope will be the rst in an on- With last month’s contributions from Randy Le ngwell and
going series of technical articles about our Mike Turek, and this month’s piece from Chris Andropoulos,
Porsches. allow me to encourage any of you budding writers out there to
Both Chris and I realize that Der Auspu is not the rst place consider submitting something for publication this year. Der
most folks would go looking for technical expertise when it comes Auspu is the publication of our club. If you’ve got an idea you’d
to dealing with our cars, but Chris’s experience and knowledge like to share with your fellow members, please contact me. I stand
can serve as an excellent starting point. In his rst column, Chris ready, willing and able to assist you in putting your thoughts on
speaks to the maintainance of the “modern era” Porsches. ere’s paper for inclusion here.
a dizzying amount of discussion on the internet about whether As I tackle my fourth year as editor of Der Auspu , let me say it
Porsche’s recommended service intervals are too liberal for these continues to be a pleasure showcasing this great club’s activities!
cars. Many of us, who have grown up owning Porsches of varying Until next month...
Happy New Year Begins
At The Way-Point Café
STORY & PHOTOS BY JOHN ALFENITO
ur region’s rst breakfast meeting of the new year convened
at the Camarillo Airport’s Way-Point Café on Saturday,
January 7, 2012. A large crowd of 110 members, friends
and guests arrived in good spirits, and 78 beautiful Porsches of all
eras were gleaming in the sun just o the restaurant’s packed patio.
New President Nick Liakas welcomed everyone and introduced
another new board member for 2012, Membership Chair Sue
Kinsling. Sue gave us the “numbers” (members and cars) for the
day and recognized new SBR member John Kirk from ousand
Oaks. John has a 1987 Venetian Blue Carrera, and was happy to New Membership Chair Sue Kinsling
meet so many other Porsche a cionados. Sue also introduced
prospective members Joe Matta of Newbury Park, Michael &
Christine Johnson of Agoura, Mark Green from Simi Valley,
and Joe Overgaag, who arrived in his 2011 997 Special Edition
Speedster, a crowd favorite.
Activities Co-Chair Ted Lighthizer invited everyone to take part
in the future events on our region’s busy calendar. Special attention
was paid to the February 18th “Porsche Picnic At Jalama Beach,”
the March 11th Santa Barbara Autocross, and the March 24th
Porsche Poker Run in Ventura County. As always, the complete
SBR event schedule is listed here in Der Auspu (page 26), as well
as online at our website: pcasb.org
Linda Kuckenbaker announced that the Porsche Mademoiselle
Society (P.M.S.) will be making a return visit to Santa Anita
Racetrack on March 31. Two years ago, this “day at the races” was
a popular favorite. Linda encouraged all P.M.S. Ladies to sign up
early, and, as Linda said, “Start hat shopping!”
From Thousand Oaks, meet new SBR member John Kirk
As the meeting drew to a close, the sunshine and warming
temperatures kept everyone together. It was a great morning, made
more special by the gathering of so many good friends. =
Activities Co-Chair Ted Lighthizer
SBR Breakfast Locations
Moby Dick Restaurant
Santa Barbara Breakfast
New Year, New, Full Breakfast Menu at Moby Dick’s
STORY BY JOHN ALFENITO
PHOTOS BY JOHN ALFENITO AND DAN LINDSAY
ith many of the SBR regulars o to Palm Springs for
the long Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend getaway, we
were expecting perhaps a smaller-than-usual group at
our Santa Barbara Breakfast. However, a beautiful, sunny morning,
coupled with a forecast of possible showers the next day, brought
out 49 members and guests in 37 Porsches.
New Treasurer Jim Brown chaired the meeting in the absence of
other “traveling” board members. He introduced Walt Branscome
of Santa Barbara Auto Group, who told us the new Porsche 991
would be at the dealership for inspection and test drives on
February 9 and 11. Walt had just driven the new Carrera during
the week, and was very excited about its arrival at the dealership.
Membership Chair Sue Kinsling gave us the attendance gures
and welcomed new SBR member John Vasi of Santa Barbara.
Some of the happy breakfast attendees at Moby Dick’s.
John drives a 2004 Carrera. Also attending breakfast with us were
prospective members Tom & Christine McGee of Agoura Hills,
who arrived in their 1986 Carrera.
Jim promoted several of the upcoming events on the SBR
calendar, reminding everyone to check the website and/or our
beloved Der Auspu for the complete list of future activities, along
with iers explaining how to sign up for the fun.
Don Dickey put in a plug for an on-going series of track events
from the Porsche Owners Club to be held at Willow Springs
Raceway outside Rosamond. e POC welcomes participation of
other clubs, especially PCA members, and would love for any of
us to take part in these events. For more information, visit their
website at poc.org
Our Janauary Santa Barbara Breakfast marked a return to
“ordering o the menu” at Moby Dick’s. e xed price, limited
breakfast menu is gone, and members may now order any item on
the regular Moby Dick breakfast menu. Everyone seemed pleased
with the expanded choices available. = Say hello to new SBR member John Vasi from Santa Barbara.
SANTA BARBARA REGION
ZONE 8 AUTOCROSS AT EARL WARREN
SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 2012
THIS IS A ZONE 8 SANCTIONED EVENT FOR POINTS
The R.U.F. Report
STORY BY NICOLAS LIAKAS
PHOTOS BY JOHN ALFENITO
he 33 R.U.F.ians that participated
in the December 15, 2011 visit to
the Alpaca ranch (formally known
as Alpaca Pastures) in Oak View were
immediately, upon arrival and meeting
our hosts for the day, reminded of the
1960s television series, “Green Acres.” Photo opportunities abounded as the Retired & Unemployed Folks group visited an
Instead of Eva Gabor, we met the equally alpaca farm in beautiful Ojai. Here the herd greets (l-r) Nicolas Liakas, Anita Banke,
beautiful Laurie Kreis, and in the stead of and Ron Williams.
Eddie Albert, we conversed with Laurie’s
being conducted at a casino o the strip. sight of cuddly little animals. ese very
husband, Eric Kreis. eir biographies and
ey got caught up in the highly spirited cute alpacas immediately elicited ooohs
adventures since rst becoming involved in
proceedings, fell in love with the big brown and aaahs from our senior citizens who
Alpaca ranching – and as relayed by them –
eyes and tender personalities of the alpacas, could not wait to embrace, stroke and feed
were quite fascinating and humorous.
and before they fully realized what they the cuties. is we did despite receiving
Let me expand on the slogan “What were getting themselves into became the warnings from Laurie and Eric to the e ect
happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas.” e proud owners of two alpacas. Six months that the alpacas might spit at us (a method
Kreis’ adventure started in Vegas but it later, they became the proud “parents” of by which they either defend themselves
did not stay there; it ended up in the Ojai two pregnant alpacas, and now in 2011 or show a ection – take your choice), to
Valley. Alpaca Pastures was “bred” in the there is a large herd that resides with them. step carefully (and to bring an extra pair of
winter of 2004 a er the bi-coastal couple shoes – just in case), and to avoid grouping
A er seven years of conducting R.U.F.
(he from New York and she from Newport so as not to spook – or excite – the animals.
events, I am still a ectionately amused
Beach) inadvertently and by happenstance
when I see the child-like response of our Each of us was eager to learn more about
found itself at an auction of alpacas
Retired and Unemployed Folks at the the breed, and our hosts were eager to
provide details. Alpacas are members of
the camelid (camel) family, but they are
mild-tempered, gregarious animals with
a penchant for bringing great delight to
humans. ere are two types: the huacaya
(pronounced was-KI-ya) and the suri
(surrey), and they are di erentiated only by
their eece. e animals are indigenous to
South America, and they are raised solely
for their so eece. Alpacas are sheared
once each year, and one animal produces
between ve and ten pounds of eece. e
eece is easily prepared to be spun into
yarn for knitting and crocheting, or used
to make felt for hats and other articles of
clothing. A vivid description of mating
habits was included in the discussion, but
since Der Auspu is a family magazine,
these details will not be repeated in this
Alpaca Pastures co-owner, Laurie Kreis, accepts the sincere thanks of our group, as article!
expressed by R.U.F. Commander Nicolas Liakas. Continued on page 12
R.U.F. Visits Ojai’s Alpaca...Continued from page 11
A er almost two hours at the ranch, we
departed for our luncheon destination, e
Ojai Valley Inn, a spectacular resort with
exceptional architecture and phenomenal
views of the valley. e sta was waiting
for us and was extremely considerate as our
tables were ready and anked by numerous
space heaters (the noontime temperature
was in the high 50s). e patio dining area
overlooks the championship golf course
that was barren of any golfers. We also got
a chance to explore the gorgeous grounds
of the resort, especially its catering pavilion
know as the Shangri-La. It truly is a magical
place. I am sure we will pay a return visit
Anita Banke rst suggested we visit
Everyone agreed that the alpacas were extremely cute, and we all appreciated that the alpaca ranch, and we extend our
not a single “spitting incident” took place during our visit. sincere thanks to her. Finally, John &
Jeanne McNair will be chairing the R.U.F.
committee for the next seven years (well, at
least for 2012). I have had a ball organizing
these monthly events, and I thank everyone
who has participated. =
Even alpacas know, you just can’t beat that “new Porsche” smell.
Traditionally, each group of alpacas
is protected by a llama. Llamas, also
camelids, are much larger than alpacas
and are instinctively protective, thus
making them excellent “guards.” This
llama kept a very close eye on all of us as
we petted and fed the alpacas.
We lunched on the patio at the beautiful Ojai Valley Inn & Spa.
SANTA BARBARA REGION
DELIVERS FOR CHARITY
Joyce McCullough, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity, Michael Brovsky (l) presents SBR’s donation to Stacy Swanson,
South Santa Barbara County, accepts a donation from SBR Director of Habitat For Humanity/Ventura County, as SBR
President Michael Brovsky. member and HFH volunteer Mike Turek looks on.
PHOTOS BY TED LIGHTHIZER
Toys collected at our holiday party were donated to The Unity
Shoppe in Santa Barbara. (L-r) Doreen Pankow, Beverly Brovsky,
David Stone, Michael Brovsky, Susan Stone, and Mike Turek
delivered the goods.
The Unity Shoppe’s Executive Director, Thomas Reed (l), accepts
the carload of toys from Michael Brovsky.
Sequoia National Park - The Watchtower Kings Canyon National Park - The General Grant Tree Yosemite National Park - Half Dome
ome join us for a fun- lled trip over King’s Canyon, and tour both the Grant Kingsbury Historical Park, or a drive along
the 2012 Memorial Day weekend Grove and Cedar Grove areas, where we’ll the Fresno Fruit Trail.
where we’ll visit the Land of Giants enjoy panoramic views of the canyon The club fee for the Sequoia and
in Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks. and river below. This glaciated valley Kings Canyon part of the trip is $115 per
If you want to double your pleasure and features towering granite cli s, tumbling person, which includes the cave tour,
double your fun, you can extend your waterfalls, and the powerful Kings River. two lunches, two dinners, meal tax and
trip through mid-week, and tour the On Monday, participants may choose gratuities, and activity fee. There is no
breathtaking sights of Yosemite National to return home, or join others for the additional fee for the Yosemite portion of
Park. optional second part of our adventure. our trip. All Yosemite meals are “on your
We’ll start out by touring Sequoia One of the most spectacular places own” with restaurant suggestions freely
National Park’s amazing Crystal Cave on on earth is in our backyard: Yosemite made by our in-house eatery expert.
Friday afternoon, before checking in at National Park. Join us during the less If you’re interested in going on this
the Comfort Inn & Suites in Three Rivers. crowded midweek as we explore and fun- lled trip, please R.S.V.P. to Doreen
Saturday, we’ll explore the beauty of marvel at the park’s majestic sights, Pankow to reserve your spot. Please
Sequoia National Park including Moro including Vernal, Nevada, Upper and indicate on which dates you plan to
Rock and the General Sherman tree. After Lower Yosemite Falls, Mirror Lake, and the participate. You will receive further detail
having lunch at Waksuchi Lodge, we’ll do views of Half Dome from Glacier Point. on the itinerary, hotel registration, meals
a two-mile hike along the Marble Fork of On our way home on Wednesday, we’ll and schedule once you R.S.V.P.
the Kaweah River to Tokopah Falls. On take a side trip to Forestiere Underground firstname.lastname@example.org
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enjoyed by all, and there was much
conversation and camaraderie at
the Peaks Restaurant, which also
a orded panoramic views of the
Coachella Valley below. e group
took a few short excursions on the
trails to enjoy the mountain scenery
in the valley below Mountain
Station before boarding the Tramcar
for the quick, 10-minute ride back
to the parking lot and the waiting
e remainder of the group
arrived in Palm Springs, checked
into the Hyatt, and set out to explore
Palm Canyon Drive to choose a
place to eat from the numerous
restaurants within walking distance
of the hotel.
F riday evening, everyone met
for a welcome reception at the
hotel with delicious hors d’oeuvres
and drinks in a reserved banquet
room. is was very well attended
and there was good conversation,
catching up with old friends and
meeting new ones. We were happy
to welcome several people who were
attending their rst weekend trip
with the club including Pat Cable,
Dick & Linda Lange, Doug & Ann
STORY BY JOHN & JEANNE MCNAIR Steinriede, Anna & Frank Donahue,
PHOTOS BY NICOLAS LIAKAS, TED LIGHTHIZER, AND BRIAN RUBINO Julia Hoppe and Dominique
Clarke. Dominique, who was the
guest of Michael Jacobs, came the
farthest to attend – all the way from
t may have been Friday the 13th, but there was nothing Florida! President Nick Liakas made some welcoming remarks
unlucky for the 55 people who met in the bright sunlight at and introduced Tom Brown to the group. Tom is the new Zone 8
the Westlake Costco to commence our Fi h Annual Martin Representative, and came from the San Diego region to join us on
Luther King, Jr. Weekend Getaway. A er a brief meeting, our trip.
we departed for Palm Springs, and were blessed with very little
delay as we drove through Los Angeles on our way to the desert.
While much of the rest of the country was dealing with severe cold O n Saturday morning, the group met in the lobby for some
brief remarks about our planned drive to the picturesque
weather, we were headed to the Hyatt Regency in Palm Springs mountain town of Idyllwild. We departed as a group – 31 cars
village where the weather forecast promised “sunny and warm.” staying in line as much as possible – and drove south on Highway
111 for about 8 miles before turning onto CA 74 for our ascent
Along Highway 111 on the way into Palm Springs, Ted up the mountain to Idyllwild. is road, o en referred to as the
Lighthizer and Doreen Pankow led a group of 26 members to the Palms-to-Pines Highway, lives up to its name. It traverses arid,
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. Able to accommodate 80 passengers rocky mountains into pine trees, and through beautiful Garner
and one operator, it is the world’s largest Rotating Tramcar. e Valley. e latter valley was dotted with grazing cattle and several
group boarded at an elevation of 2643 feet, and took the ten- horse ranches. In addition to the diverse and lovely scenery, this is
minute scenic ride up the sheer cli s of Chino Canyon to the top, one great Porsche road with lots of hairpin turns and straightaways
an elevation of 8516 feet. As the tramcar oor rotated, everyone allowing everyone to really enjoy the driving capabilities of their
was able to see breathtaking views of the Coachella Valley, as well wonderful cars. Once again we were lucky because there was little
as the steep cli face of Mt. San Jacinto. e temperature on top was tra c on the road, and what few cars or trucks we did encounter,
about 30 degrees cooler than the Valley oor. A delicious lunch was graciously moved aside for us. Once in Idyllwild, people were
Pictured top to bottom are: Olga & Nick Liakas, Nancy Maletz, Mike Jacobs and Dominique Clarke
Dave Stone, Lonette & Richard Pope, Don & Linda Kuckenbaker,
Michael Jacobs and Dominique Clarke, Mike & Karen Turek, Pat
Cable, Dick Lange, and Susan Stone.
free to browse in the curio shops and galleries, and lunch on their
own. e mountain air was cool and refreshing, a nice contrast to
the valley oor. e return drive was done individually, but by a
di erent suggested route: CA 243, which heads straight down the
front of the mountain to the town of Banning and I-10 for a return
to Palm Springs. is also is a wonderful, winding drive with
spectacular views of the Coachella Valley and lot of opportunity to
unwind the Porsches.
We all met for a group dinner at the Hyatt on Saturday evening,
enjoying the open atrium setting, which rises six stories. We
had our own section of the dining area surrounded by billowing
sa ron-colored drapes, and enjoyed a delicious four-course meal
and, again, much conversation, laughter and camaraderie. Janice
Herndon invited everyone to meet by the pool and re pit for an Gary & Debra Laird
a er dinner drink, and several hardy souls joined her, but by that
time the temperatures had dropped signi cantly, so it was quite
O n day three, we met at 8:15 a.m. – to the sounds of a
few groans – for our drivers meeting before departing
for Joshua Tree National Park. ere was very little tra c as we
traveled CA 62 through the Morongo and Yucca Valleys, and
we were able to stay in a long line of Porsches all the way to the
National Park Visitor’s Center in Joshua Tree. ere we were
greeted by helpful park sta who knew of our planned visit, and
quickly processed our free passes into the park. (Once again this
was our lucky weekend because the park fee was waived due to
the holiday.) Ranger Rick gave an informative talk about the park,
and therea er we departed as a group to the park entrance, about
ve miles away. Mike Turek led us on a drive to Keys View, located
at over 5000 feet, which o ered spectacular views of the valley
below and the magni cent San Jacinto mountains. e group then
returned to lower elevation at Hidden Valley for a catered picnic
lunch. A er lunch, many people took the Hidden Valley trail loop, Jeanne & John McNair
which passed through a tight boulder-strewn pass to open onto a
beautiful valley where rustlers used to secrete stolen horses.
Continued on page 18
PALM SPRINGS GETAWAY Continued from page 17
While in the Hidden Valley, many members were lucky enough
to see several “free rock” climbers scaling the giant formations with
scant safety equipment. We also witnessed Mike Turek clambering
up a huge boulder stack to what appeared to be a rock “easy chair”
perched on the edge of a boulder. A er carefully testing it for
stability, he took a seat and posed for a picture and the applause of
those of us below.
is was a rst trip to Joshua Tree National Park for many of
our members, and everyone commented on the stark beauty of the
desert landscape with all of the Joshua Trees, rocky mountains and
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& Linda Rubino, Ted Lighthizer and Doreen Pankow, and Julia
Hoppe took several of the many hikes o ered in the park.
We returned to Palm Springs for a free evening and once again
were able to walk from the hotel for an enjoyable evening in the
village. It was a relaxing end to a fun weekend enjoying friends
and the opportunity to drive our Porsches on some scenic and
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At Friday night’s reception (l-r): Ann Steinriede, Beverly Brovsky,
Janet Kaller, and Karen Turek.
It was an impressive parade of Porsches in downtown P.S. Our group listens as Ranger Rick explained the many facets of
Joshua Tree National Park.
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MAINTAININGIt THEAtMODERN PORSCHE
How To Care For Your Car To Keep Running Its Peak Performance
BY CHRIS ANDROPOULOS
he Porsche ethos has always
been to continually improve the
breed, in terms of performance,
driving comfort, and reliability.
As with mainstream automobiles, Porsche
has managed to (mostly) increase the
service life of many components that were
previously considered wear items. Porsche’s
recommended service intervals have
dramatically increased with the advent
of synthetic oil, multi-electrode spark
plugs, and electronic fuel injection and
engine management systems. Nonetheless,
periodic maintenance of your Porsche is
just as important as it was in the 356 days each recommended service was indeed a well as to maintain oil pressure in timing
of frequent valve adjustments, ignition “major” service. Porsche began lling all chain tensioners.
component replacements, and “tune-ups.” of their engines with synthetic oil in 1991.
Fast-forwarding to the introduction of the Synthetic oil is eminently capable of
e 2012 equivalent of a tune-up on your 986 Boxster in 1996, Porsche speci ed performing its basic function of protecting
modern Porsche may not make as much of the same 15,000 mile oil change intervals the main moving components of a modern
a seat-of-the-pants di erence in how the for it and its 996 sibling, and increased internal combustion engine for 15,000
car runs and drives as on an early 911 or it to a whopping 20,000 miles with the miles and beyond without breaking down
356, but it is still critical from a preventative
standpoint. In this article, I will provide an
overview of the maintenance requirements
of modern Porsches, by which I mean
Modern synthetic engine oil is very impressive
Boxsters/Caymans, 1999 and up water- considering the multitude of tasks that it is
cooled 996/997 model 911s, Cayennes, and
Panameras. burdened with inside a modern Porsche engine.
Engine Oil Changes: introduction of the Cayenne in 2003. We or wearing out. However, its ability to
feel that, quite frankly, these extended oil combat sludge buildup inside the engine
Porsche change intervals are insane. is compromised well before Porsche’s
rst began recommended oil-change interval. Sludge
recommending Modern synthetic engine oil is very buildup occurs mainly due to moisture
15,000 mile impressive considering the multitude buildup in the engine crankcase. If a vehicle
oil change of tasks that it is burdened with inside a is frequently driven on short trips (as we
intervals as modern Porsche engine. In addition to are blessed with the capability of here in
far back as the its primary function of lubricating the Santa Barbara) without fully warming up
1980s. e moving engine parts at all temperatures, the engine oil (the engine oil takes much
911s of that it is required to help cool the engine by longer to get up to full temperature than the
period also circulating and transferring heat away coolant water temperature), this moisture
require valve from the hottest parts of the engine; it is never fully evaporated and burned o .
adjustment keeps foreign particles in suspension while Over time, this moisture reacts with the
and spark plug maintaining its lubricity; and increasingly engine oil to form acids that ultimately
replacement engine oil is also being used as a hydraulic become sludge.
at the same uid that actuates various solenoids in
15,000 mile Porsche’s VarioCam and VarioCam Plus As previously mentioned, one of the
intervals, so camsha timing adjustment systems, as functions of engine oil is to keep foreign
Continued on page 22
MAINTAINING THE MODERN PORSCHE Continued from page 21
particles such as sludge in suspension. At a is also the marketing cache of Porsche such as platinum and iridium instead of
certain point (generally soon a er the new being to advertise its vehicles as largely the traditional copper. ese advances
vehicle warranty has expired), the amount maintenance-free. Regardless, changing have made the spark plugs themselves far
of sludge buildup in an under-maintained the oil more frequently is an inexpensive more durable, to the point where in many
engine overwhelms the ability of the way to prevent headaches later on in the modern engines, the replacement interval
engine oil to keep it in suspension, and engine’s life. has increased to 100,000 miles and beyond!
thus the sludge can be deposited anywhere Porsche’s replacement interval is still 60,000
in the oil circuit of the engine. is can
be detrimental to the long-term health of
the engine, and it usually shows up rst
in the tiny oil ori ces of the VarioCam
Spark plug replacement at the recommended
adjustment mechanisms, hydraulic valve interval is still critical, even though
li ers, and solenoids.
the engine may be running perfectly well.
Without going into too much technical
detail, Porsche’s VarioCam system
continuously alters the timing of the Spark Plugs: miles for normally-aspirated engines, and
engine’s valves opening and closing based 30,000 miles for turbocharged engines, as
on engine load and speed, thus ensuring Spark plugs have seen the greatest the spark plugs in turbo engines have vastly
a smooth idle and low tailpipe emissions increase in service life of perhaps any higher demands placed on them.
and fuel consumption during cruising normal maintenance item on modern
conditions, but also the strong mid-range internal combustion engines. In the days Spark plug replacement at the
and high RPM performance that Porsche of the 356, spark plugs were routinely recommended interval is still critical,
engines are renowned for. VarioCam changed at 3,000-6,000 mile intervals. e even though the engine may be running
Plus, introduced on the 2001 996 Turbo imprecise fuel control of carburetors and perfectly well. A modern Porsche engine
and used on all 996/997 from 2002 and mechanically-advanced ignition timing with multiple ground electrode spark plugs
on all Cayman S/Boxster S models from dictated the lifespan of the spark plugs, as will run perfectly right until the point that
2005, adds variable intake valve li to the well as the plugs’ construction and material. a spark plug completely wears out, and then
equation, and therefore additional engine e advent of electronic fuel injection and it will suddenly mis re and run roughly,
oil-activated solenoids. To put it into ignition control meant that the air/fuel without the steady decline in driveability
terms that an air-cooled 911 a cionado mixture in the combustion chambers of that an older Porsche in need of a tune-up
can appreciate, the VarioCam system is the engine could be controlled much more may experience. Another factor to consider
analogous to having a 911T camsha at precisely, reducing the fouling of spark is that even if a modern Porsche continues
lower RPM and a 911S camsha at higher plugs, and increasing replacement intervals to run well with spark plugs that are past
RPM in the same engine at the same time. to 30,000 miles in Porsches thus equipped. their service life, it becomes more and
more di cult for the ignition coils to re
e bottom line is that changing your Spark plug design has also advanced, with the worn-out spark plugs, thus decreasing
Porsche’s engine oil at 7,500 mile/1 year multiple ground electrodes, as well as center the service life of the ignition coils as well.
intervals goes a long way toward insuring electrodes made of more exotic materials Continued next page
the long-term health of the engine. To drive
this point further home, Porsche’s own
factory recommended troubleshooting
guide for a typical early V8 Cayenne
camsha timing fault (which causes a
“check engine” light to come on) calls for
increased oil change frequency as the rst
step in solving the problem, in an attempt to
clean sludge from the oil circuit and unclog
the Variocam solenoids and adjustors.
Some may wonder at this point why
Porsche still speci es 15,000-20,000 mile
oil change intervals despite the evidence of
it being detrimental to long-term engine
health. e answer is that automakers
have long been under pressure to reduce
waste, and reducing the amount of waste
oil from oil changes is one way to so. ere
Cooling System: Cayennes have separate front and rear said dual clutches are “wet” clutches that
di erentials, as well as a transfer case that run inside chambers lled with hydraulic
Porsche speci es that the coolant in requires its uid to be changed at the same uid, periodic replacement of the clutch
all of modern cars is a lifetime ll. e interval. uid will likely be necessary, as this uid is
latest factory ll Porsche coolant (pink in subject to extreme heat. Replacement of the
color) has proven to be very robust, and separate gear oil for the gear clusters will
we have seen little evidence of corrosion also be necessary to ensure long service life
in the cooling systems of the engines thus of the PDK transmission.
equipped. Nonetheless, the coolant should
be replaced every 60,000 miles or 4 years,
or whenever cooling system repairs are Brake Fluid:
Brake uid should be changed every two
e plastic coolant reservoirs on the years regardless of mileage in any vehicle on
986/996 and the water pumps on all the road, from the earliest 356 to the latest
modern Porsches are prone to failure, 991. Brake uid is by nature hygroscopic,
so the coolant should be replaced when meaning that it absorbs moisture from
the cooling system is opened for repair. the air. If water is allowed to build up in
When adding coolant, be certain to use the brake hydraulic system, it decreases
only Porsche factory pink coolant; in an the boiling point of the brake uid. is
emergency, distilled water can be added. increases the chance of brake “fade” during
spirited driving in the mountains or at a
race track, which means that air bubbles
Tiptronic: can form in the uid if it boils, causing the
brake pedal to go so , which is not very
e Tiptronic automatic transmissions con dence-inspiring!
should have the uid and lter replaced
every 60,000 miles as well, despite the Even if you do not push the limits of
“lifetime” interval speci ed by Porsche. your Porsche’s braking system, long term
Automatic transmission uid is similar to moisture buildup in the brake system
engine oil in that it is burdened with an array can lead to corrosion of internal brake
of tasks, such as hydraulically actuating parts, which is the leading cause of master
clutches and solenoids, lubricating moving cylinder and brake caliper leakage. A bi-
parts at all temperatures, and suspending annual brake uid ush (which should
wear particles. include the clutch hydraulic circuit on
Brake uid should be changed every two years,
regardless of mileage, in any vehicle on the road,
Drivetrain: from the earliest 356 to the latest 991.
Manual transmission and di erential
uids are not subjected to quite the By nature, the clutch packs that manual transmission vehicles) is cheap
extremes of engine oil, but they nonetheless engage the various gears in a Tiptronic insurance against future brake component
need periodic replacement. Gear oils transmission wear throughout the life of the failures. =
contain additives that break down and transmission, depositing clutch material in
wear out just like they do in engine oil. the uid and into the transmission lter.
erefore, we recommend replacing the Eventually, the lter becomes clogged and Chris Andropoulos is the Service Manager and
manual transmission and di erential uids the uid’s ability to suspend the clutch a technician at Schneider Autohaus in Santa
every 60,000 miles or 5 years. material is overwhelmed. e clutch Barbara (a Der Auspu advertiser). Chris is a
material is deposited throughout the lifelong Porsche “nut” and is fascinated with and
In the Boxster/Cayman models and in transmission, where it has the ability to knowledgeable about all Porsches, from 356s to
911s, the transmission and di erential clog vital passages that can ultimately lead the latest GT3s. When he’s not racing his daily-
are housed in the same unit (known as a to transmission failure. driven 944 Turbo at PCA and POC track events, he
transaxle) and share the same uid; the all- can be found enjoying the beaches, ocean, and
wheel-drive Carrera 4 and Turbo models e jury is still out on the long- mountains of beautiful Santa Barbara.
add a front di erential which should have term durability of the PDK dual-clutch
its uid changed at the same time. e transmission, but knowing the fact that
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February 18 Porsche Picnic at Jalama Beach
March 11 Zone 8 Autocross in Santa Barbara
March 24 SBR Poker Run
April 13-15 Long Beach Grand Prix
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April 28 Zone 8 Autocross in Camarillo
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May 25-30 Sequoia & Kings Canyon/Yosemite Trip
June 23 SBR Member Appreciation Day
July 14-15 Ventura Motorsports Gathering
July 21 16th Annual Chili Cook-Off
July 28 Autocross in Camarillo
August 17-19 Monterey Motorsports Reunion, Laguna Seca
August 25 SBR Progressive Dinner
September 8 Detail Clinic at Lavaggio
September 22 Autocross in Camarillo
September 29 The Gimmick Rally
October 14 36th Annual Concours d’Elegance
October 27-28 Wine Country Harvest Tour
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December 8 SBR Annual Holiday Party
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January 11, 2012 - 6:30 p.m. – Four Points Sheraton Hotel
MINUTES RECORDED BY DICK LANGE Canyon/Yosemite, and promotional iers Safety: No report.
will run in February for the Jalama Beach
e January dinner board meeting was picnic, the Santa Barbara Autocross, the P.M.S.: e next outing is scheduled for
held at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel Porsche Poker Run, and the 2012 Porsche the Santa Anita racetrack on 31 March.
in Ventura. Present were: Nick Liakas, Parade in Salt Lake City.
Ted Lighthizer, Steve & Janet Kaller, John R.U.F.: On January 19, R.U.F. will take
Alfenito, Sue & Randy Kinsling, Nadine Distribution: e December issue was a ride in the Santa Monica mountains led
Tracy, Mike & Karen Turek, Michael mailed out on 23 November at a cost of by Mike Turek and headed for Malibou
Brovsky, Janice Herndon, James Oldham, $332.62 for 743 copies. e January issue Lake for a picnic lunch. On February
James Edwards, Doreen Pankow, Don was mailed out on 28 December at a cost of 15, the group will tour the Tejon Ranch
Kuckenbaker, Dick Douglas, Dan Byers, $331.68 leaving a balance of $404.71 in the Conservancy, and have lunch at a local
Brian & Linda Rubino, Dave Stone, Jim postage account. ere were no reported restaurant. On March 15, Barry Weinstein
Brown, Kent Bodin, Carolyn Ewbank and delivery problems. has arranged for a docent-led tour of
Dick Lange. Corriganville, followed by lunch at a local
Advertising: Don Kuckenbaker restaurant. And nally, in April, Nick Liakas
e following reports and discussions updated the board on advertising revenues. has made arrangements for R.U.F. to tour
were presented: Discussion followed. the regional headquarters of the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Secretary: e November 2011 board Goodie Store: December Goodie Store located in Oxnard.
meeting (there was no December 2011 sales at the Camarillo breakfast totaled
meeting) minutes were approved as $451.00 with a pro t of $157.23. e Santa 50th Anniversary: e committee held
submitted. Barbara sales totaled $303.00 with a pro t its inaugural meeting on January 8 and
of $91.12. A reimbursement request for presented its rst dra of a plan for June 14,
Vice President: No report. $273.37 was approved. 2014, the date of SBR’s 50th Anniversary.
Treasurer: Jim Brown reported on the Insurance: Certi cates of Liability have Public Relations: No report.
2011 year-end nancial review, including been requested, led and sent out to event
an analysis by each activity showing net coordinators for January (Palm Springs Past President: No report.
performance. In addition, he generated and Malibou Lake Mountain club) and
a statement of cash ow, and a bank February’s trip to Jalama Beach County President: Our annual holiday party
reconciliation. Park in Lompoc. is in need of refreshing following reduced
participation. A format change to a Sunday
Membership: During the month of Rally: No report. Brunch on December 16 was discussed.
December, four new members joined our Camarillo gate coverage for the balance
region and membership stood at 695 on Concours: No report. of the year was assigned to various board
12/31/2011. member volunteers.
Autocross: An email has been sent out
Activities: e following events are to all past drivers announcing the dates for Old Business:
still open and available for participation – 2012. is year’s caterer has been identi ed Rally Chair Vacancy: No volunteer has
Escape to Beautiful Palm Springs (January and scheduled. A PayPal account has been been identi ed to date.
13-16); Porsche Picnic at Jalama Beach established for those who wish to pay via
(February 18); Santa Barbara Autocross credit card. New Business:
(March 11) and Poker Run (March 24). Michael Brovsky stepped down as Vice
Fliers were posted in the December 2011 Archives: No report. President, but will continue to serve as Past
and January 2012 Der Auspu . President. e board approved Steve Kaller
Webmaster: e contacts page was as our new Vice President.
Editor: e February issue will feature updated with our latest board members Nominations were requested for our
coverage of the Palm Springs weekend trip and the new chair positions. Additional 2012 designated charity.
as well as R.U.F.’s December visit to Ojai’s updates were made to the Calendar page Discussion was held on the venue and
Alpaca Pastures. In addition, a technical for the upcoming events. e bottom of scope of our 2012 Holiday Party.
article on “Maintaining e Modern all pcasb.org web pages now includes a Meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.
Porsche” will be included. A new ier has random set of 10 images from the entire
been put together for the Memorial day Flickr PCASB group.
“Double” Discovery drive to Sequoia/Kings
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01/07/12 Balance Sheet Prev Year Comparison
Accrual Basis As of December 31, 2011
Dec 31, 11 Dec 31, 10 $ Change % Change
Cash-Chase 2934 16,225.35 59,981.49 -43,756.14 -73.0%
Savings-Chase 9148 40,000.98 0.00 40,000.98 100.0%
Total Checking/Savings 56,226.33 59,981.49 -3,755.16 -6.3%
Accounts Receivable 257.87 0.00 257.87 100.0%
Total Accounts Receivable 257.87 0.00 257.87 100.0%
Other Current Assets
Deposit- Harley Davidson Cafe 0.00 1,100.00 -1,100.00 -100.0%
Deposit-Las Vegas Hotel 0.00 500.00 -500.00 -100.0%
Hyatt Regency-Palm Springs 300.00 0.00 300.00 100.0%
Deposit 2012 Auto Cross 1,440.00 400.00 1,040.00 260.0%
Deposit for March 26 Picnic 0.00 110.00 -110.00 -100.0%
Total Other Current Assets 1,740.00 2,110.00 -370.00 -17.5%
Total Current Assets 58,224.20 62,091.49 -3,867.29 -6.2%
Autocross-Barcode 740.50 740.50 0.00 0.0%
Computer 500.00 500.00 0.00 0.0%
Software-Auto Cross 7,117.38 0.00 7,117.38 100.0%
Generator 431.99 431.99 0.00 0.0%
Trailer and Expenses 2,730.00 2,730.00 0.00 0.0%
Total Fixed Assets 11,519.87 4,402.49 7,117.38 161.7%
TOTAL ASSETS 69,744.07 66,493.98 3,250.09 4.9%
LIABILITIES & EQUITY
Other Current Liabilities
Advertising-2012 5,325.00 0.00 5,325.00 100.0%
Palm Springs Weekend 5,520.00 0.00 5,520.00 100.0%
Advertising-2011 -1,250.00 9,775.00 -11,025.00 -112.8%
Las Vegas Trip-2011 0.00 6,185.00 -6,185.00 -100.0%
Petersen Drive-2011 0.00 284.00 -284.00 -100.0%
Total Other Current Liabilities 9,595.00 16,244.00 -6,649.00 -40.9%
Total Current Liabilities 9,595.00 16,244.00 -6,649.00 -40.9%
Total Liabilities 9,595.00 16,244.00 -6,649.00 -40.9%
Retained Earnings 50,179.98 39,296.19 10,883.79 27.7%
Unrestricted Net Assets 0.00 30.00 -30.00 -100.0%
Net Income 9,969.09 10,923.79 -954.70 -8.7%
Total Equity 60,149.07 50,249.98 9,899.09 19.7%
TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY 69,744.07 66,493.98 3,250.09 4.9%
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...the last word
Sally Says, “Get well!”
Distribution Co-Chair Chet Yabitsu
has been ghting against some health
issues lately, and he has not been able
to attend as many SBR gathings as he’d
To cheer him up, and hopefully speed
his full recovery, Goodie Store Managers
Brian & Linda Rubino had this “very
special Sally Carrera edition” Porsche
jacket made for Chet, who is a devoted
In this shot, Joan Yabitsu shows o the
jacket, which Chet is probably wearing
right this minute.
Get well soon, Chet.
THOUSAND OAKS, CA
PERMIT NO. 238
Porsche Santa Barbara
805-682-2000 • 402 South Hope Avenue, Santa Barbara, CA 93105