Fair enough, I don't know which one, but it's some simple math regardless.Certainly worth a person's while to get the right specs and do the calculations early in the game.

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Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2013 09:18:52 -0700

Subject: Re: [solectria_ev] MAX CAILB IN A FORCE

Is he talking about Calb SE or Calb CA series cells. The CA series cells weigh 7.5 lbs

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115.

815lbs / 7.054 lbs each = 115.53 or 115 Calib 100AH cells, by my calculation.With interconnections and BMS, maybe 110 cells?

Is this a trick question? LOL

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Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2013 10:43:47 -0500

Subject: [solectria_ev] MAX CAILB IN A FORCE

has anyone ever found out what the max number of calib cells 100ahr that

will fit in a force or an e10? im not concerned with the max voltage of

the controller or dc-dc just what is the max number of cells that will fit

in a force and not exceed the orginal gel weight(815 lbs)

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