So, installing the first of 2 HPWC's at the Sandrift Resort - The Peach on the Beach in Wisconsin Dells, WI to help with the HUGE demand they saw last year on the 14-50 outlet (At some periods of time, they actually had to take Reservations for 14-50 outlet use!). So, Anywho, last weekend, I had to do some major load management, as 3 Service entrances out of 4 were maxed. So, I now have things shifted and set, so we can have 1 HPWC on a 100amp breaker for 80 amp charging, the other HPWC FOR NOW, will be limited on a 40 amp breaker (Since the Tourist season literally starts in 2 weeks, timing sucks) as at the end of this season, I will be changing over hopefully 2 Electric Stoves/Ovens to Natural Gas giving us 60 more amps to play with. So, anyways, I thought it best to get the 100 amp/80amp HPWC installed first, so that they can at least get Dual Charger enabled cars in and out much quicker. I decided to "over due" the install, and am using 2AWG wiring, and 4Awg for the Ground. The Install Guide said 3 Awg is Sufficient for a 100 amp install..... Anyways, that got me thinking, what I have been reading shows that Properly installed 3AWG is just fine. So, good, I did 2 AWG (had left over from previous crazy "project"...). Now, whats confusing the royal heck out of me. When I opened the HPWC up and installed it, the Wire used to go from the HPWC to the CAR is only 6AWG for the AC 240v, and 8AWG for the Gound. (I believe that is fine for the ground wire). Thinking to myself, What the heck. 6 AWG? Seems a bit thin??? Best case scenario I see is 6 AWG rated at 75 amps, or using NM-B 55 Amps (6AWG is what I use for 14-50 outlets, which are, again 50 Amp outlets, rated for 40 amp continuous). I hope I don't sound dumb asking about this. I do much electrical, and this just seems undersized to me. Thoughts? Input? When It's light out tomorrow, I will take a picture of it. I do have a video of the inside of the HPWC's I will dig up tomorrow for those who may be interested.