|Bjarne Kvilvang||13/03/2018 23:02:23|
137 forum posts
I haven't noticed any problems, the smallest lipo I use during winter is 3S 2200. In this video did I use a 3S 2600 and after this flight did I fly the Tundra without the cam on it and was just ripping it around for just over 7 min and most of the time on full throttle inverted, rolls, straight up and stall turns and did still have a lot of power left.
It may be that it doesn't get chilled as much when it's inside the fuselage and I do store them in my heated car and just takes them out when putting them in the plane and flies. They do generate some heat when being used, so in my case do they newer get really cold.
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