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Old 07-18-2014, 07:19 AM
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Originally Posted by kiwiazbro View Post
Actually raises another question. How hot in the sun can lipos handle? In the summer where i live it can get quite hot.
Most seem to be stable up to 120-130 F, after that, it's a crap shoot. As already stated, keep them out of direct sunlight for long periods.
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Most seem to be stable up to 120-130 F, after that, it's a crap shoot. As already stated, keep them out of direct sunlight for long periods.
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