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New 03 Boxster S Owner - Durametric

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Hi. I've finally rejoined the Porsche family again after a 10 year hiatus after selling my 83 SC :( . I purchased a beautiful 2003 Boxster S and I'm in the initial stages of collecting the proper tools and materials to maintain and upgrade. It appears that Durametric is the standard for code reading and programing. I use Rosstech for my Audi and it appears similar. Are there any other options other than the factory PIWIS that I should take a look at or is the Durametric the one to own?



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The Durametric is very comperable to Ross-Tech's vagcomm. Allows you to see and talk to every computer on the car. Unlike ross-tech they offer a home and a pro version, the home version will only let you use on three different VINs. They pop up on eBay alot used on one car.

I have a generic OBD2 reader for checking temps and such, but use the Durametric for serious stuff. I bought an older version used, can use it on multiple cars.

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