My 85D does not have dual chargers, FYI. I've got a Schneider 30 amp EVSE (EV charging station) in my garage from my Nissan Leaf days. The wiring run to it is 8-2 NM wire on a 40-amp breaker. If I connected the Tesla Wall Connector would the Tesla get more than the 30 amps it's currently getting? I've been reading online that some people are using 8-2 NM wire with 45a or 50a breakers.. I'm about safety, but if I can increase the charging speed by 25% that might warrant purchasing the wall connector. Like I said, just thinking about it at this point. I'd like feedback from those with electrical knowledge. Thanks.