Consult II - Emulator - NISSAN/INFINITI DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

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Richx2
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Re: Consult II - Emulator - NISSAN/INFINITI DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

Postby Richx2 » Tue Jun 01, 2021 6:25 am

I haven't tried this but it sounds pretty legit. It's $130-160 depending if you get it from ebay or the obbii365.com. it's supposed be a copy of consult 3 but 50x faster. You can reprogram keys and ecu. Comes with the interface and update though cloud. https://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/svci ... cQQAvD_BwE


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Re: Consult II - Emulator - NISSAN/INFINITI DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

Postby EniGmA1987 » Tue Jun 01, 2021 8:03 am

That product sounded a bit fishy to me when I was just reading about it now. I dont like the idea of clud software, or software that you download from "mega.nz" host instead of their own website. The fact they advertise all functionality but have it worded in an obviously Chinese Alibaba site way makes me think it could end up not delivering on all its promises.
The company also appears to sell a consult 3+ and immobilizer card. The pictures appear to be legit, and maybe they are. It could be this company just has access to the legit stuff, and reverse-engineered the code, and is selling their own device with it. Or, it could be the Consults they are selling as just knockoffs. The price of them is FAR lower than the other legit ones I have seen.

VStar, what are your thoughts on these?
http://flyobd.com/shop/product/svci-ing/

http://flyobd.com/shop/product/pc-data-logger/
http://flyobd.com/shop/product/nissan-c ... izer-card/

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Re: Consult II - Emulator - NISSAN/INFINITI DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

Postby VStar650CL » Tue Jun 01, 2021 10:02 am

Given that the VI clone supports only up to 2018, you can sure they're reverse-engineered knockoffs. However, that doesn't mean they won't work fine. From the card labels, my guess is the rvs-E is being done in Taiwan and the hardware is being cloned in Shenzhen for cost reasons. Having dealt with many Taiwanese engineers, I can tell you they're generally very professional and don't tend to suffer from "cracked cup" like you often see on the mainland. So I'd say it's certainly worth a try if you need to do NATS/NVIS on a budget.

Richx2
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Re: Consult II - Emulator - NISSAN/INFINITI DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

Postby Richx2 » Tue Jun 01, 2021 5:12 pm

I'm going to order one in about a week. I have nissan data 3 now with the advertised compatible vag-k+can black adapter. Drivers installed correctly but I can only connect to bcm and ipdm with no functions except for reading dtc it let's me click where it says decrypt code to 4 digit pin it gives me the option to read it but does nothing. Every other module I click says its trying to connect via CAN but ultimately says wake up fail. Just need my vehicle running gonna try and swap a highway relay to my ign really and see what happens even though I don't have a registered key. I'll update after I purchase next week or very latest 2 weeks

Richx2
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Re: Consult II - Emulator - NISSAN/INFINITI DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

Postby Richx2 » Tue Jun 01, 2021 5:15 pm

Oh they also carry the legit consult iii plus for 899 that's way out of my budget though.

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Re: Consult II - Emulator - NISSAN/INFINITI DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

Postby EniGmA1987 » Wed Jun 02, 2021 7:16 am

Richx2 wrote:
Tue Jun 01, 2021 5:15 pm
Oh they also carry the legit consult iii plus for 899 that's way out of my budget though.
Ya that is what I was saying before in my post. I have always seen legitimate, new Consult 3+'s for $5000+. So that is why I am suspicious of the site selling one with the immobilizer security card for under a grand. I would not think they could get the devices from Nissan for that price, so how could they sell them for less than cost unless they were knockoffs?

But hey, if they did reverse engineer the software and it provides full functionality then great! A legitimate Consult has always been simply too hard to buy and too expensive for anyone but real shops before so it is great there is sophisticated software available now.


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