OBDSTAR MS80 vs. TEXA vs. Snap-ON P1000 Comparison

What’s the OBDSTAR MS80 Motorcycles Diagnostic Tool different from TEXA and Snap-ON P1000? Here we’ve listed their configuration, functions and cost for comparison. Hoping to help you find the answer.

 

Comparison Table

Item OBDSTAR MS80 TEXA Snap-ON P1000
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Price  €2,115  €2,834 (10 connectors)  €2,978
Diagnostic connector High quality, low price(€13 each connector) High quality, expensive price(€90-€155 each connector) High quality, expensive price(€332 each connector)
Host 8-inch tablet, OBD direct charge, no 220v power supply required 8-inch PC version, need 220v power supply(Bluetooth version is expensive) 5.6-inch hand-held set
Shell design MD80 has a rubber case, more fall-proof × ×
Smart switch pin Highly integrated diagnostic connector Highly integrated diagnostic connector Highly integrated diagnostic connector
Diagnostic connector design OBD connector, no disassembly Need to be dissembled Need to be dissembled
Camera MD80 has × ×
Operating system Android Windows ×
WiFi one-click upgrade Update in mins × (need to send SN to manufacturer) ×
One-click remote assist ×
Supported model 24 brands: APRILIA, BMW, Derbi, Ducati, Gilera, Italjet, Moto Guzzi, Piaggio, Triumph, Vespa, Peugeot, BRP, Harley, Davidson, Indian, Polaris, Dayang, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, NIU, Yadea, Zeeho, etc. Currently the most complete brand support 9 brands: Harley, Indian, Victory, BMW, Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha
Supported system Comparable to original system, covering engine, ABS, traction control, airbag, instrument, power steering, alert, chassis management, body, headlight, battery management, tire pressure, frame, immobilizer, suspension, radio, handle, etc. Majority support Majority support
Special function Comparable to original system, includes Auto scan, AutoVIN, control unit programming & coding, ECU setting, instrument coding, TPMS, oil reset, CO calibration, idle speed adjustment, A/F reset, ABS, EOL mode, transmission reset, clear memory, etc. √ (Partially unsupported) √ (Partially unsupported)
Key programming OBD/Bench mode for Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, Apulia, Ducati, Gilera, Peugeot, Westpac, etc. × ×
Diagnostic seat position diagram ×
Diagnostic connector diagram ×
Technical bulletin ×
DTC guidance ×
Data stream ×
Live data diagram ×
Interactive circuit diagram ×
Interactive appliance instruction ×
Rollback on any menu ×
Annual fee €279 €418 €325(free first year)

 

Conclusion

 

OBDSTAR MS80 is the most cost-effective option of three. As it’s not only the cheapest, but also supports the most features. In addition, the tablet design makes it more portable to carry than others.

 

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