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Durametric Professional Kit


Loren

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Since this is the best Porsche OBD II tool we have found (short of spending thousands of dollars on a PST2 or PIWIS) I thought it would be good to show folks what comes in the Professional Kit.

I assume everyone that buys a Durametric Professional Kit gets what I got...

Nice carrying case and what is inside

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You get the Software CD and short install instructions.

4 Porsche specific OBD II cables (clockwise from the top left): cable for early 993, 964, 944S2, 968, 928 with older round connector, cable for later model 993 with OBD II standard connector,

special adapter cable for use on 2002-2008 factory race cars with Motronic 3.1, and the standard OBD II cable for all the 9x6, 9x7, and Cayenne cars.

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Of course the Enthusiast Package would include only the standard OBD II cable for all the 9x6, 9x7, and Cayenne cars and the Software CD.

These folks have really come a long ways in providing a great tool for Porsche shops and enthusiasts (like us :) ) - IMHO

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Since this is the best Porsche OBD II tool we have found (short of spending thousands of dollars on a PST2 or PIWIS) I thought it would be good to show folks what comes in the Professional Kit.

I assume everyone that buys a Durametric Professional Kit gets what I got...

Nice carrying case and what is inside

post-1-1208801882_thumb.jpg post-1-1208801111_thumb.jpg

You get the Software CD and short install instructions.

4 Porsche specific OBD II cables (clockwise from the top left): cable for early 993, 964, 944S2, 968, 928 with older round connector, cable for later model 993 with OBD II standard connector,

special adapter cable for use on 2002-2008 factory race cars with Motronic 3.1, and the standard OBD II cable for all the 9x6, 9x7, and Cayenne cars.

post-1-1208801115_thumb.jpg

Of course the Enthusiast Package would include only the standard OBD II cable for all the 9x6, 9x7, and Cayenne cars and the Software CD.

These folks have really come a long ways in providing a great tool for Porsche shops and enthusiasts (like us :) ) - IMHO

I agree a big step forward in how the kit was in the old days (yes I am old)

Anyhow Loren with regards to "(short of spending thousands of dollars on a PST2 or PIWIS)" shouldn't the 'or' be replaced by 'and a' ?

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Well... a PIWIS does support the older cars. A PST2 only supports through MY2004.

This is true, but some of us have aquired both over the years, how many 'shirts off your back' and 'arm and a leg' was it again.... no please don't remind me.

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