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Old 05-10-2022, 09:40 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by ksa8907 View Post
I would think that the battery being able to accept at least 270kw and the motor being able to generate 400+kw, mountain decent will be much more controllable that with a diesel truck.
Would be very interested to know the max regen rate. I'd further be curious about the energy needed to be absorbed in a fully loaded rig on a 6% grade at say, 60 MPH.

270 kW is 362 horsepower of regen. That's gotta be way more than enough to use regen alone on any reasonable grade and load.

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