I apologize - It was not my intent to go back and forth. Because sure, I've read all the advice before, etc. But my first post had specific questions:
Is this large bump in AHr a normal effect of QC?
How long have people seen it last?
Is this a temporary blip or does it reset the curve?
What I was really hoping to see was some actual data about short & long term effects of quick charging. And people helpfully offered advice on battery degradation methods, which is great, but sure, it's all been covered before. I know the common wisdom is to QC and QC a lot. I have searched these forums a lot for this kind of thing; I know there are a few prior threads
. And they help, but they're just short snapshots without much of a timeline.
My own experience (QC consistently bumping Ahr up for weeks), anecdotes I've read (QC bumps, QC slowing degradation curve), and data I've collected about 4 bar losers
loses a bar above 43.5Ahr, median reported QC count is only eight
(average under 50), etc) seem to point in the other direction to some degree. With all the LeafSpy data out there, I figured somebody would have actual datasets on QC effects in the longer term.
I'm sorry if I sound argumentative, I'm not trying to be. I was just looking for more real-world hard data. Maybe it's just not there.
I really do appreciate all the responses, and the fantastic amount of information and community that's in these forums.
I just like data, is all.
p.s. drees provided his long term Ahr data, thanks - I'll chew on that.