Are you saying you did the 20% sleep 100% 3 times in a row?Just wanted to report on the experiment:
For 3 cycle charging i did:
1. not charge the car until it hits close to 20%
2. make sure to let the car sleep as long as i can
3. charge to 100%
Minimum charge before the calibration : 265miles @100%
current went back to [email protected]%
I can report the battery estimation increase quite a bit and i am hopping for it to increase more.
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So my conclusion is that even though tesla recommends to charge it every night, it is probably not the best for certain type of driving like mine which is not lots of miles on a daily basis.
For what i have read, the BMS needs to be able to read the battery state at different level to properly do its job. If I always let it measure at only 1 or 2 data points, it will improperly estimate.
I will see if it reaches higher levels. I will not charge to 100% for the next cycle but until 70% unless i know i will drive far, and i will not charge every night unless it reaches less than 40%.
We will see what happens
Thanks all and sorry i did not answer earlier. i am not getting notifications and forgot about this while doing the experiment.