What replacement? I think you have me confused for another. This is a 2018. Original.DaveinOlyWA wrote: ↑Thu Jun 10, 2021 6:39 am
Huh??? Maybe in 28F weather but I have also seen 168miles on the GOM and have used over 150 of those said miles in a single day so my personal experience is you are being extremely conservative in your range estimation
It all has to do with what your driving includes. If I don't leave town, 150 is probably doable.HerdingElectrons wrote: ↑Mon Jun 21, 2021 8:21 amHuh??? Maybe in 28F weather but I have also seen 168miles on the GOM and have used over 150 of those said miles in a single day so my personal experience is you are being extremely conservative in your range estimation
Not yet. I know someone who is at 84.90% SOH but 85.5% on ahr so.... close but...His drop has slowed to a crawl. He was 84.99% in Jan...
Passing 45,000 miles now... Almost no change since the last reading (SOH actually went up slightly, gained a GID)rogersleaf wrote: ↑Sun Mar 28, 2021 8:08 amIt's been awhile since posting an update. Now at 24 months and roughly 40,000 miles.rogersleaf wrote: ↑Sat Aug 29, 2020 1:00 pmA bit overdue posting the last set of data. Pulled this last week.
I'm at 17 months now, 30,000 miles.
Looks like almost no capacity loss since the last time and GIDs are up by 2, find that hard to believe.
Must have found the fountain of youth.
SOC... 99.2% and 471 GID
404.06v, cells balanced between 4.207-4.212v
20 QC / 772 L2’s
My usage dropped substantially over the Winter due to temporary changes in commuting.
SOC... 97.3% and 448 GID (although charged 100% on L2 and shut off on it's own after rebalancing cycle)
403.53v, cells balanced between 4.203-4.205v
25 QC / 1008 L2’s