I do not know the answer to your question. I do know that Tesla charges to a lesser voltage when using the factory BMS like other vendors. (Example only: If the pack is 70kW then you would only get 65kW.) I say this because you may find conflicting reports on Tesla battery pack size/output Watts. some vendors state battery pack size. Other vendors state usable pack size. It can be confusing. I do know that Jack Rickard of www.EVTV.me can probably tell you. I would email him and ask. You could ask any one of the vendors that sell Tesla modules from Ebay or other online sources as well. They all should know their product.
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