lipo and lifepo4 are completely different technologies. lipo 3.7 V / 4.2 V. Lifepo 4 3.3 V / 3.6 V. each nominal voltage and final charge voltage. if you can set it on bms basically ok. But what you have to consider is that the lipo has a slightly higher drift of the volt when discharging. that means the bms has more work with balancing. with li-ion it divides evenly between the cells and there are many more individual cells which then mix again. With a li-ion pack it is usually like this: 3.65 V, 3.67 V, 3.63 V etc. with lipo it can even be: 3.65 V, 3.76 V, 3.59 V. just as an example. this has to do with the fact that the inner cells have a different temperature when discharging due to the construction. therefore the possible discharge is different. Another good factor is that the voltage at lipo remains high for a longer period of time, therefore the bms is less stressed by the amps, since the wattage results from high voltage and less current. in any case I would consider that the lipo has a much smaller number of cycles and would also break much faster due to the age. in comparison: li-ion can easily hold up to 400 cycles and 5-6 years. lipo only about 100 to maxiaml 150 cycles and 2-3 years. lifepo 4 to 1000 cycles and 10 years. I started flying myself in 2011 with A123 20 Ah lifepo 4 (16 S). hence the experience with it. I still use the pack in my e-boat today. lifepo 4 has too little “pressure” to fly. you can fly but it is much more fun with li-ion because you have a lot more power.