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Old 03-08-2012, 04:30 PM
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Fusion with enginer kit

Hello,
I'm new to this site. Like to find people, topic,of people who have a good or bad experience with the Enginer kit. I have a Milan and I'm thinking of trying one.
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Re: Fusion with enginer kit

there are lots of threads at priuschat.com. I have not seen Enginer discussion on anything but Prius II/III myself.

It sounds like you get to know the guy at Enginer well through the process of returning failed cells and such. You need to be comfortable tinkering with batteries to keep them balanced.

But I would recommend the priuschat threads highly. They take you through self-intall, troubleshooting, etc.
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Re: Fusion with enginer kit

Actually, I believe Enginer no longer deal directly with the public: you need to go through an installer.
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anything involving do-it-yourself and batteries is going to be lots of fun... but it is a good way to put your electrical engineering degree to work.
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