Originally Posted by overmyhead
Jake you just hit the nail on the head!
I flew my batteries at 85 degrees and they were still at a flyable charge level when I quit but then I tried to show somebody how it flies that night when the temps dipped way down into the 70's (that's cold in Florida Lol) and they wouldn't even power it up at all at the lower temp.
I can fly planes at much less voltage but as mentioned the quad has 4X the number of motors and that must make a big difference on energy needs.
It all depends on the motor in the plane. And no way is a temp in the 70's going to cause a lipo's voltage to sag.