I understand the LTO conversion is an excellent choice for many reasons including safety, wider temperature range, specifically low temp performance, long life and very high cycle durability; that’s the reason I’m in the middle of one myself. What I have a hard time understanding is how does this conversion increase mpg; I’ve read some posts that say this, maybe from the same person?? From what I can find the specific energy in Wh/kg and energy density in Wh/L are very similar between LTO and NiMH. Is there another pertinent spec I’m missing? Can someone please explain what specification, i.e. specific energy / energy density / power / other specification makes LTO superior to NiMH. Can this conversion possibly increase mpg? Can some ‘battery brains’ chime in please.