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First, really glad your battery appears to be ok.

Our comments can only be based on the measurements and observations you provided. While we obviously missed something, your interpretations of your observations were often incorrect, lacking basic deductive reasoning and ignoring the basic the laws of physics. For example, fully charging an 84kWh battery with 70-75 kWh violates the law of conservation of energy and even entertaining the notion that this can actually happen for a moment is just incomprehensible. Obviously there is something else at play here and you are not giving us the piece of the puzzle needed to figure it out.

Again, glad your car appears to be ok and enjoy driving it as much as we all do while obeying the laws of physics and social distancing.
 

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I'm beginning to think #LowonCash is really Navin Johnson...
kW refers to the charging rate.
kWh refers to battery capacity.
I assume you mean kWh when you say 'Kw' in these posts.

If you only put in 70kWh to fill a 84kWh battery from near zero then you've found a way to generate energy out of nothing! Congratulations! ?
I'm beginning to think #LowOnCash is really Navin Johnson...
 
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