Ah, thanks for that pointer. I had not seen evidence that the 30kWh chemistry is different, else the voltages would not be so different.RNM wrote:Cor, I have answered this last March, what's the trouble?
http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... 30#p488787
If that isn't enough, you have both discharge curves in this site:
http://evbatterycenter.com/HAC4/index.p ... Itemid=605
Based on RNM's response, the GOM will be wildly off, and you'll get VLBW way too soon. And you'll be able to drive on VLBW for quite a while too!Reddy wrote:Thanks for a civil discussion. I'm anxiously awaiting the day Cor gets a salvage 30 KWh battery and tries to put it into a 2011-2015 Leaf. Then, only then will we truly know how it will work.
I'd call it a scam, but it's definitely not photoshop'd. My 2013 show'd 115 miles on the GOM after driving at a constant 30mph the night before.erco wrote:This LA Craigslist seller claims he got a warranty replacement, and Nissan put a "next-gen" 2018 battery in his 2012 SV. Photo shows 125 miles on the GOM. Might be spam and photoshop, I emailed seller but no reply. https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/c ... 82464.html