historical analysis of my regen from day one contributes little to this conclusion. there seems to be less access to the full 30 KW but overall, the numbers are not much different than before.drees wrote:The drastic reduction in regen appears to be a result of the P3227 update and cooler weather. See this thread:
What happened to my Regen?
granted averages covering different days has the normal amount of error which can be considerable especially when there is no effort to duplicate any driving event which is why i took time periods covering several different overlapping periods to see if there was any change and other than the change when i changed driving patterns, there was no significant difference including a periods where my regen levels actually went up after the SW update.
** FYI; all the data used for my study came from Carwings. unlike most of you, i did not get an updated version of carwings so am using the old inaccurate version. but the inaccuracy i have to think is no worse than it was before so for a simple comparison analysis, i felt it ok to use...the other reason is that its the only resource i have with regen data.
now, I also have anecdotal observations which is what is used elsewhere and I too feel that the regen profile is different. as mentioned above there is little doubt that access to the full 30 KW is not as easy as it was before but the cold weather has hampered that as well (keeping in mind the poster above has not had the update)
but wondering if this "hidden" adjustment is related to pack longevity and the ramp up in regen is mirroring the ramp down seen during a fast charge?