IMHO, if the efforts you have expended thus far in any way resemble anything even somewhat typical of most reconditioning efforts, i.e., charging and discharging them, you are trying to resuscitate a cadaver.I've pulled the IMA and will begin the charge cycles as so I do more reading.. I didn't have good enough info before concerning minimum and maximums for the charge discharge cycles and tolerances so once I find them I'll go through process again and hopefully with a more positive end game... Any threads or info would be greatly appreciated....
You likely have failed sticks on 8 of your pairs (15.2 and 15.3 being the only two possible good ones).
Reconditioning fixes two things:
1) reclamation of lost usable capacity due to voltage depression.
2) temporary restoration of best possible cell balance.
Reconditioning may improve self-discharge
Reconditioning rarely does anything positive for internal resistance.
So, you need to assess capacity, internal resistance and self-discharge. If you omit any one of these, you have zero certainty of a reliable repair.
In your initial post: "I finely almost bought a reconditioned battery but then decided to do it myself… All the sticks were in great shape and in the end I was happy with the results…
I’ve reconditioned the IMA battery and it shows 155.5 Vdc.."
What made you think they were in great shape?
Before you embark on a potential exercise in futility, please describe your reconditioning efforts thus far, so we can help you establish if you:
1) did it right and have a dead pack
2) did it wrong and may get better results with a modified procedure
3) did it wrong and damaged cells