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TickTock
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Re: Capacity vs Health

Thu Aug 22, 2013 9:29 am

palmermd wrote:
GregH wrote: I will continue to call it health or at least H as that is what it's labeled on the LeafDD. If you need another name, please find something that starts with "H".
Hunknown. the "h" is silent.
Hfactor?

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Re: Capacity vs Health

Thu Aug 22, 2013 9:47 am

TickTock wrote:
palmermd wrote:
GregH wrote: I will continue to call it health or at least H as that is what it's labeled on the LeafDD. If you need another name, please find something that starts with "H".
Hunknown. the "h" is silent.
Hfactor?

I'm still partial to Hunk
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Re: Capacity vs Health

Thu Aug 22, 2013 9:48 am

ttweed wrote:Will my Ahrs drop over the next 3 weeks while Hlth/X rises, or will they both drop, as some have reported?
Beginning to get an answer to this question today--after only one day of driving post-update, AHr number dropped from 58.53 to 56.39, and Hfactor from 77.19% to 72.36%. :o :shock:

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Re: Capacity vs Health

Thu Aug 22, 2013 10:51 am

Honestly.. Haven't had hardly a hunch..

hmm..

I should probably get the software update and see if my Health goes Haywire.. With the old SW it's tracked Ah Capacity pretty well.
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Re: Capacity vs Health

Thu Aug 22, 2013 11:26 am

It never tracked my capacity/SOH very well but the spread did increase. Before the update it reported 62.4 versus 69.5% SOH. Afterwards it is 51.5 versus 72.2% SOH.

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Re: Capacity vs Health

Thu Aug 22, 2013 12:16 pm

Ok, tell the people the true meaning of the xFactor, to better set
their minds at ease: TIVP = "Trade-In Value Percentage" ... :o :twisted: :lol:

If the xFaxtor can go up with gentle driving habits, perhaps
it is just an ADPF = Aggressive Driving Performance Factor,
giving you the benefit of the doubt when the car is new?

But, this might be a good example of the reason that a manufacturer
would not want to tell their customers too much about any computer,
toaster, laudry machine, ... or car.
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Re: Capacity vs Health

Thu Aug 22, 2013 1:14 pm

Love it! :lol: Although, since the swupdate came along with the warranty my TIVP should have increased afterwards, no? ;)
garygid wrote:Ok, tell the people the true meaning of the xFactor, to better set
their minds at ease: TIVP = "Trade-In Value Percentage" ... :o :twisted: :lol:

If the xFaxtor can go up with gentle driving habits, perhaps
it is just an ADPF = Aggressive Driving Performance Factor,
giving you the benefit of the doubt when the car is new?

But, this might be a good example of the reason that a manufacturer
would not want to tell their customers too much about any computer,
toaster, laudry machine, ... or car.

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Re: Capacity vs Health

Thu Aug 22, 2013 3:47 pm

garygid wrote:Ok, tell the people the true meaning of the xFactor, to better set
their minds at ease: TIVP = "Trade-In Value Percentage" ... :o :twisted: :lol:
+1!
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Re: Capacity vs Health

Thu Aug 22, 2013 7:04 pm

GregH wrote:
garygid wrote:Ok, tell the people the true meaning of the xFactor, to better set
their minds at ease: TIVP = "Trade-In Value Percentage" ... :o :twisted: :lol:
+1!
Aren't the new ones reading over 100%? Just keep trading in until you have enough for a tesla.
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Re: Capacity vs Health

Thu Aug 22, 2013 9:32 pm

palmermd wrote: Aren't the new ones reading over 100%? Just keep trading in until you have enough for a tesla.
Might get there quicker if you don't trade in and keep driving the same one ;)

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