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Temperature

Discussion in 'Q500 Help' started by Chewman, Jan 16, 2016.

  1. Chewman

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    Hey all
    Could someone please tell me the absolute lowest temp for operating these Q's? Would the wind chill be included? Thanks
     
  2. Tommiph

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    There are videos on YouTube of people flying them below -30c, so they sure don't mind the low temperatures. :)
     
  3. Chewman

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    For some reason I was thinking -5 to -10C Thanks
     
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  5. Tommiph

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    But is it the absolute lowest temp one can operate it in, or is it just rated/tested for that temp?
     
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    I have seen a few posts on FB of people flying Tyhoon's at -30°C
     
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    Too damn cold for me...burrrrr
     
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    Wind chill doesn't apply to inanimate objects. Still not that fun to be out there. Plus here every surface is covered in snow. Haven't any landing skis.
     
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    I shovelled off a launching pad in my back yard