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Old Apr 1, 2018, 09:42 AM
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I've got this 6 pack of converters coming in. I'm going to rig something up on my bench and see if this will work conceptually, or if i just get the smoke.

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Thanks for the updates. I'll need to read up on batteries in general before I even begin to ask questions. I'm so lost when it comes to electrical stuff. Well I do have one question. Do you leave your battery hooked up to a charger while at home?
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nope no charger. I have gone out and re-balanced the cells for the hell of it, but that doesn't really seem to matter. They are all staying close enough together that they aren't overcharging while the car is running.
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