Lithium ion and lithium polymer batteries except those used in the power tool and radio control industries are notoriously bad at sustaining high discharge rates such as those a pair of moderately powered motors can develop. With high discharge, they will expand and pose a safety risk. Also, watch out for discharging and charging: Lithium batteries do not taper off in voltage as they near their maximum capacity; they keep on going up and up. You need a cc/cv (constant current followed by constant voltage) charger to be safe. And when discharging, if you overdischarge the pack beyond a safe limit (I cannot remember the number per cell) you will no longer be able to use the pack.
In two words: be careful!