BBSHD X1 please!

voidedwarranty

Active Member
Are you running the batteries in parallel? If so the amp load should be spread between the two batteries.
They would have to be parallel right? Running them in series would equate to 104v. You bring up a good point I had forgotten about. Thank you. 2 batteries in parallel each with 30 amp peak discharge equals 60amps peak discharge. I'm back to square one again! Ok @pushkar whenever you are ready I got some money set aside 👍
 

Cuz Vinny

Well-Known Member
They would have to be parallel right? Running them in series would equate to 104v. You bring up a good point I had forgotten about. Thank you. 2 batteries in parallel each with 30 amp peak discharge equals 60amps peak discharge. I'm back to square one again! Ok @pushkar whenever you are ready I got some money set aside 👍
I would start out slow, say 35 amps and the increase it gradually. I like to keep a 10amp buffer for any spikes that may occur.