*SOLD* FOR SALE High Voltage Battery pack from a Tesla Model S RWD + Dual Motor vehicles.

all1

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Up for sale is a High Voltage Battery pack from a Tesla Model S RWD + Dual Motor vehicles, In excellent condition.

It's Fully functional, tested and working, ready to go into whatever application you decide to use it for, It Charges great! Holds charge and has about 2-2.5% drop in capacity! Super clean pack ready to roll

More about it:

Brand:Tesla
Chemistry: Lithium
Capacity: 232Ah, 5.3kWh
Height: 3.1 Inches
Width: 11.9 Inches
Length: 26.2 Inches
Weight: 55 Pounds
Bolt Size: M8
Voltage nominal: 3.8V/Cell, 22.8V/Module
Charge voltage cut-off: 4.2V/Cell, 25.2V/Module
Discharging cut-off: 3.3V/Cell, 19.8/Module
Maximum Discharging Current (10 sec.):750 Amps
Part Number: # 1014114-00-F
85kWh, 400VDC

Great condition used part, donor car was 11/2014 Model S 85 with 47k miles.

Asking Price: USD$16,300.00

If you are interested please feel free to reach out


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Ampster

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How did you verify it only has 2.5% loss in capacity? Most Tesla's lose 10% the first year then plateau. That pack is eight years old.
At 77 kWh that would be a cost of $207 per kWh.
 
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niktak11

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How did you verify it only has 2.5% loss in capacity? Most Tesla's lose 10% the first year then plateau. That pack is right years old.
At 77 kWh that would be a cost of $207 per kWh.
I'm not sure about the older Tesla's but the newer ones definitely don't lose anywhere near 10% of their capacity in the first year.
 

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I'm not sure about the older Tesla's but the newer ones definitely don't lose anywhere near 10% of their capacity in the first year.
I have a 2016 and a 2019 and that has been my experience. How did you verify the capacity that you are claiming?
 

niktak11

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I have a 2016 and a 2019 and that has been my experience. How did you verify the capacity that you are claiming?
"Real-world data showed that Tesla battery degradation was less than 10% after over 160,000 miles (257,500 km)"


This is with the older packs too. New ones should be better.
 

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You still didn't answer the question about how you verified the capacity of that eight year old pack. Yes my experience is anecdotal and my statement is based on reports on the Tesla forum which I understand could be skewed. I hope newer ones are better because I have another one on order. Love the car an it does have an excellent Battery Management System that increases the odds of getting a good used pack. Even 10 percent is not bad for an eight year old pack. Calendar ageing is a factor.
 
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all1

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The question was not directed to me. Meanwhile I got an offer via PM and its been sold to a fine gentle man. Thanks for viewing.
 

Nobodybusiness

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I think that might have been the data for a part of the whole battery array. I think he was selling this, the whole thing..

Part Number: # 1014114-00-F
85kWh, 400VDC
Ok..

I know they break them up and all I saw was 22 volts at 232ah. 5.3KW.

I was like wow someone sure hates money..

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