Hi guys, 

I’m off to look at, with an aim to purchase, a bunch of second hand kit: An 
AC-50, Curtis 1238 and 36 160Ah Thundersky. 

They’re not installed in anything. I wont have the time to rig the whole kit up 
to bench test. 

Has anyone got any suggestions for what tests can be done on a motor and 
batteries, within an hour or two, to check their condition?

I can easily bring an RC charger and voltmeter with me. 
I also have the Curtis 1314 software on a PC and can use to look at the 1238. 

Is there something that can be used as a suitable test load for the cells?

What do you guys do when buying second hand EV parts with an unknown history?

Thank you!
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