Seeing as how 6 awg cable is only good for 50 or so amps (edit: correction- 101 amps as stranded wire). How can we get more current than that through an XT-150 connector? Perhaps this is a solution?
1/4" braided copper ground strapping is good for 30 amps x 3 = 90 amps. The inside of the connector is exactly 1/4", so they fit inside nicely. Does anyone see any problems with this?