i can check on specifics but he is averaging 217 to 218 GIDs and has 10 CPs left. lost 2nd CP within a few weeks of losing his first in Aug/Sept 2013.
but guessing his pack has been relatively stable.
FYI; i have had IDENTICAL ahr/Hx reading the past EIGHT days in a row. during this time, batt temps have been in the low 40's. OAT has been hovering between 15-25 º F and the ONLY time batt temp has been over 60ºF was during a QC.
now, this QC caused my ahr/Hx to change for a few days (keep in mind, during period of Sept to the cold snap, my ahr/Hx changed EVERY day) but before that, it had gone 6 active days (had a trip in there) without a change. so in a nutshell
sept; get LEAF Spy... ahr changes daily slowly bouncing up then down.
late Nov; weather gets colder, work slows down, i drive less (going from 60-80 miles a day to 25ish miles) ahr stops changing, settling in for a total of 12 days sandwiched between trip to Japan for 6 days.
I return to static ahr for two days, then QC twice in a 3 day period which caused ahr to bounce around a bit but it quickly settles again to a static number where it remains to this day.
work is now either local (less than 30 miles RT) or north of Seattle (minimum 160 miles RT) so using the gasser. so its looking like until i heat up the batteries a bit, my pack is frozen in time... now his amount of driving could mean his pack is warmed up enough but have to think that is not the case. L2 charging really does not provide that much heat
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