First post here.
I have a Roth Go Motorboard 2000X. These ones came with the 14.4v 8Ah NiMh battery pack. It is a little under powered compare to the 1500X that had a 16v 8Ah lead acid.
The newer 2000XR come with Lithium Iron Nano Phosphate batteries in an 18v 4.6Ah pack and the 2000XR+ came with an 18v 8Ah pack (should be 9.2Ah?).
The 2000X and 2000XR/XR+ used the same motor controller electronics so I was thinking of doing a home upgrade to a Lithium Iron Nano Phosphate pack. I noticed that the new Dewalt 36V XRP tool line comes with Lithium Iron Nano Phosphate cells and are much more cost effective than buying individual cells plus the 10 cells are already spot welded in series.
If I was to get a 36V Dewalt Lithium Iron Nano Phosphate pack, split the pack in half and parallel them for an 18V 4.6Ah pack, how could I use the built in cell balancer and/or the 36 volt Dewalt charger? Any good ideas?