There have been many LG modules, and EV West has sold a lot of a different module (the one intended for the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid, which is no longer available). So it's presumably this one:
LG Chem Super Cells 1.6 kWh - JH3 63Ah 7S High Power Battery Module - For Tesla Systems
As I noted in another thread,
It is 7S, so about 26 V nominal not 22.6 V. It has 63 Ah capacity, not 232 Ah.
If the 22.6 V and 232 Ah specs are for a different module, I assume that it is the Tesla Model S module, but that's not an LG module.
With the LG H3 63 Ah 7S modules
, 128 kW at 1.6 kWh per module would be 80 modules, for a total of 1568 pounds (711 kg). For about 130 V nominal, they would be 5S16P... sixteen strings of five modules each, with sixteen 35-point BMS systems.
With the 232 Ah 22.6 V Tesla model S modules
, 128 kW at 5.3 kWh per module would be 24 modules, for a total of 1320 pounds (599 kg). For about 136 V nominal, that could indeed be 6S5P modules... five strings of six modules each, with five 36-point BMS systems.