I have some pictures somewhere, but there is access to each cell along one side of the top of the battery.Not hard to get at, just takes a little time as David stated there are 26 wires.
I have been running the battery for almost six months, I hook the BMS up to check the cells once and awhile, at this point I do not have it hooked up all the time.
After charging to 98.6v from about 89v four times in six months the cells are still within .02v of each other without a BMS. These batteries are SOLID.
I still think a BMS should be used but not mandatory at least on these batteries.
How tesla manage these battery?
how to connect the bms (26 wire )
Do you have pictures? Or drowning ? If it’s possible to parallel two module it will be great i can double my range ( it’s for a boat)
Any other battery can be easier to manage ? (Nissan leaf,chevy,etc…)
I have the idea of the motor but didn’t bought the battery and the controller ( for the voltage)