I know they put out like nearly no power when cold. We discussed all this not long ago, maybe I can find a link. Guys who fly in cold climates have to put their packs under the heater to even use them.
I'm flying my Shocky for 10 minutes just about every morning at about 7 am. I leave my Lipo's in the house until I get ready to leave, and then bring them into work with me instead of leaving them in the truck. So far I've had no problems. Except my hands got cold enough this morning for my fingers to start going numb. Not good.TailTwister said:I guess in reality I could just leave them both (LiPo and tx batteries) in my jacket pocket.
It's probably best.
Once in flight, is it going to crap out, or would you think it would be OK for the duration of a flight? We are talking like 8 or 10 minutes in a Shocky size plane.