Then you don't know Peukert's Law. It applies to rated capacity and current
draw. The higher the current
draw, the less the capacity of the battery. Peukert's law is as follows: C_p=Ikt
C_p = is the capacity according to Peukert, at a one-ampere discharge rate, expressed in A·h.
I = the discharge current, expressed in Amperes a.
k = the Peukert constant,
t = the time of discharge, expressed in hours h. The Peukert constant increases with age for any of the battery types above, but generally ranges from 1.05 - 1.15 for VRSLAB AGM
batteries, 1.1-1.25 for Gel, and 1.2-1.6 for Flooded Batteries.
Of course much less than 1.05 for lithium and that is one of the many reasons I've gone to lithium. But to be sniped once by a guy that posts on an 8 month old thread is bad enough, but a follow up snipe from you is the reason I'm not too active here on CF anymore.