Has anyone tried the iCarsoft POR II equipment on an early 996?
I have found a full PIWIS set-up incl laptop… for €1355, however this icarsoft gear is only around £150 so I’m feeling it might be worth a try. Trouble is I have now bought 4 of these cheaper readers (£30-70 region) and they aren’t really much good.
Any thoughts on whether a system upto say £150 is worth bothering with would be much appreciated?
I’ll let you know what it’s like and how deep it can go to.
Attach Foxwell NT510 scanner package of pretty high quality of main unit with a 16pin cable, a box printed function, a thick user manual etc.
Can read & erase for airbags, engine and similar mainly, can reset airbag light & reset oil change service light etc. This Foxwell NT510 code reader is perfect for the home mechanic. I own two Porsches so I bought the Porsche specifics version. You can also buy other vehicle modules online for about $60. I also own a couple of Chevy’s so I will probably get that module too. Ready to use and detailed information. Seems to have good online support.
FYI, I attach the Foxwell NT510 Porsche function list on 996:
For newest update, I visit official site www.foxwelltech.com, it claims Foxwell NT510 update free lifetime.
Anyway, Foxwell NT510 for Porsche is good for the money.