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Old 02-12-2018, 07:34 PM
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BMW Scanner/Code Reader

Whats the difference between the Creator C110 and C110+ ?? If there is any difference at all? And are these scanners any good?
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I know nothing about creator, but i'm quite happy with my foxwell nt510
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Old 02-12-2018, 08:16 PM
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I know nothing about creator, but i'm quite happy with my foxwell nt510
Too expensive

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nt510 is what I bought to keep in the car and it works great.
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nt510 is what I bought to keep in the car and it works great.
Is it better than using inpa?

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If your going to buy a code reader for a bmw then $149 isn't to expensive. Otherwise buy a $29 generic one and hope for the best. The problem with a bmw is your not going to be able to read all the codes on a basic scanner plus it wont be able to reset the airbag light if needed.
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Is it better than using inpa?

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Nope but its a heck of a lot more portable
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Nope but its a heck of a lot more portable
Do they both near enough do the same thing?

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Old 02-12-2018, 08:24 PM
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One last thing to consider with the nt510 is you can add more manufacturers to it at $60 a pop. So its not just a bmw or whatever scanner since you can add gm, Toyota, Chrysler, Ferrari, etc to it later if you need to.

Its the same software that's in their $1500 scanner but its limited to one manufacturer when you buy it and can have others added at $60 a pop where the $1500 scanner has a larger screen and has all the manufacturers in it already.
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Inpa you run on a notebook computer. Using a notebook computer with inpa and such you can do much more but its complicated to use for most people, time consuming, possibly riskier if you do coding and goof something up.

I consider the notebook a must have too but its not something I want to have to drag out to read codes and do diagnostics with unless I have to.
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