Hey Yabert,Finally, I rebuild the Bolt battery inside.
With all the modules and cooling plate in hand it seem I could probably rework the fifth module and move it by 90° in the middle of the pack (pic-1-2).
This rework can allow me to don't cut some part of the Westfalia Frame.
Anyway, I have to choose between cut the Westfalia frame and don't touch the battery or cut the battery cover and build new support for the fifth module. Of course this second option imply re-routing of the coolant circuit and some wires and busbars.
I still have to remove some wire harness and module inside the Bolt and I will have everything I need to run the motor inside.
I was wondering if you have some insight into the way the battery is cooled - I know from John Kelly's videos that there's a thermal pad between the cold plate and the battery modules, but I was wondering if the modules consisted of inter-leaved aluminium plates between each cell or group of cells. I find battery thermal management quite the challenge, so it's good to see how the market leaders are working it.