Glad to hear that
I think this forum needs a sticked wiki that explains what is possible with Leafspy and what's not. Example something like this?
Battery swap vs Battery upgrade
A direct swap is replacing the same size battery with an identical one for the same version of your vehicle. A battery upgrade is installing a newer generation battery. Take a look at these 4 examples to learn the differences.
A 2011 ZE0 LEAF gets its 24kWh pack replaced by another 24kWh pack from a 2012 ZE0 LEAF. This is a direct swap.
A 2011 ZE0 LEAF gets its 24kWh pack replaced by a 24kWh pack from a 2015 AZE0 LEAF. This is a battery upgrade.
A 2013 AZE0 LEAF gets its 24kWh pack replaced by another 24kWh pack from a 2015 ZE0 LEAF. This is a direct swap.
A 2015 AZE0 LEAF gets its 24kWh pack replaced by a 40kWh pack from a 2018 ZE1 LEAF. This is a battery upgrade.
Now that we have swap/upgrade terms explained, let's tackle the easiest one first, the direct swap. After a direct swap has been performed, the only thing preventing you from driving the vehicle is a check EV warning light along with turtle mode. The fault code P3102 will be triggered. To clear this code and remove turtle mode, simply perform a clear with the latest Leafspy Pro version (0.46.172 for Android). That's it, enjoy the newfound range!
The battery upgrade maybe the procedure more commonly performed. This requires either one or two things.
If you are upgrading your 2011-2012 ZE0 LEAF, you will require a B24 22-36pin adapter. You will also need a CAN-bridge. Etc. more info goes here