I haven't seen a thread on this specifically...although there are threads discussing the regen limit that I've seen. I hope this doesn't rehash an existing topic. I understand why regen is limited when the pack is cold. It is not healthy for batteries to take a significant charge when cold. I get that. Today, my pack was a little chilly (37°F) and regen was limited to about 30 kW for a few miles. But power output was not limited. Why is motor power not limited similarly? I would've guessed that with a cold pack, it's equally unhealthy to suck 50kW FROM the pack than it is to pump 50 kW INTO the pack. Why is it not symmetric?