Well I decided to double up on the soleniods and see if they would hold 96V. I think the answer is pretty simple as the pics show. No! I hooked them up individually then ran both cables together at the battery and motor terminal (battery-soleniod-motor/battery-soleniod-motor). My thinking was that it would reduce the amp load by half and would keep heat down some, doesn't look like that was the case. I don't see how linking them together (battery-soleniod-soleniod-motor) would be any better. The soleniod looks like the plunger was actually arcing to the contact on the hot side lead. All 4 soleniods had different wear patterns but showed similar signs in lesser degrees. This really sucks because I was really hoping to get these to work out. I can't stand the thought of using a dozen bullshit ford soleniods since I don't understand how they can even handle half what these big soleniods can handle. Am I doing something wrong here? All battery cable is 1/0 welding cable and ground is in the trunk attached to the rack that the pumps and soleniods are, and the batteries (Powervolt 1150 cca group 31) are new and fully charged. I did pull the motor on the side that the soleniod blew and it was arcing from the brush holder to the and cap as well. The motor still looks good though. This is the first time I've run 96V. Looks like more insulating needs to be done when pushing this many volts. Back to the drawing board. If any one can point me in the right direction for soleniods or care to share a few tips please do.