• New/Used Car Maintenance and Repair
  • Factory Scheduled Maintenance (Routine Maintenance)
  • Engine/Transmission Repairs and Building
  • Custom Wheels and Tires Upgrades
  • Suspension and Brake Service and Upgrades
  • General European Automotive Repair
  • Some Extended Warranties Honored
  • Diagnostics
  • Parts Sales (Original Equipment and Custom)
  • Alignment Service
  • Parts Sales (We can get you any Porsche Part)
  • Exhaust and Headers Upgrades
  • ECU Tuning
  • Fuel Delivery Upgrades
  • Clutches/Kits
  • Aerodynamic Upgrades
  • Custom Engine/Transmission Performance Builds
  • Restoration Materials (Books, Parts, Advice, Help)
  • Porsche Club Of America Discounts
  • Factory Parts and Parts Locator Service
  • Period-correct sorting, repairs & rebuilding practices. (Honoring the true history of the vehicle is important.)

Porsche Service and Repair

European Motorsport represents a Factory and Dealer trained Porsche specialist in Nampa, ID.  We work on all models and years. We specialize in all aspects of Porsche service and repair, including factory scheduled maintenance and stamping your service book, as well as complete drive train repair and rebuilding, whether stock or performance we can do it all. All PCA members receive a special discount on all labor and parts sales when you present your PCA membership information at time of purchase and/or vehicle drop off.

Not just an Oil Change…

When you come in for an oil service at European Motorsport, you’re getting a lot more than a oil and a filter change. What follows is a list of procedures that are performed during every lube oil and filter service, just another reason why you can feel at home at European Motorsport, knowing that your vehicle is in good hands, and that at the end of the day, we’ve got YOUR best interests at heart.

  • Confirm proper operation of instruments and warning lights
  • Confirm engine start-up and idle
  • Check exterior lights and wipers
  • Perform complete visual inspection of engine compartment (belts, hoses, wiring, throttle body, fluid levels, and condition)
  • Top off fluids such as power steering fluid, washer fluid, etc.
  • Perform complete visual inspection of undercarriage (seals, cooling systems, suspension, power-train, fuel supply system, and exhaust)
  • Check tires / adjust pressures to specification (including spare)
  • Perform complete 4-wheel brake inspection (linings, surfaces, hoses, and hydraulics)
  • Drain engine oil, replace oil filter
  • Fill with manufacturer specified/approved engine oil
  • Reset "Maintenance Required" Light (where applicable)