Rotor Riot

"The Remix" FPV Freestyle Frame by ummagawd

( 4 Reviews )

The Ummagawd Remix FPV Freestyle Frame

Our team pilot Tommy Tibajia dreamed of something that existing FPV frames were not able to provide - a truly balanced quad with most of the weight as close to the CG as possible. After over half a year of design work and testing, as well as many iterations of prototypes, Tommy’s dream has come true.

The Ummagawd Remix FPV Frame, unofficially dubbed “the Ummakwad”, has been designed to put most of the weight of the quad as close as possible to the center of gravity. It was no easy task to rethink the way traditional mini quads are built, but the end result looks and performs extremely well!


In order to centralize the weight, the electronic components are installed under the center plate, and the battery is placed sideways across the top of the frame. This gets the bulk of the mass in the very center of the frame and in line with the propellers, the source of thrust. Centralized 4 in 1 ESC systems are favored for this build, to maintain the theme of centralized weight distribution.

Ummagawd's recommended choice of FC/ESC stack: 
Hobbywing XRotor F4 MicroCube Flight Controller + 40A 4-in-one ESC

See related items below for more recommended parts!


Unlike some frames on the market, the Remix frame is super easy to work on. The bottom cover plate opens like the hood of a car, giving easy access to the electronics stack for building and repair. The arms are also really easy to replace when the limits you are pushing push back on your quad.

The FPV camera on the Ummagawd Remix is mounted in a carbon rollcage of sorts - so it’s protected from crashes that might otherwise destroy the camera or lens. The rollcage is angled upwards, so that it can allow high camera tilt - making it suitable for both freestyle and racing. The rollcage also serves as a tilted mount for a GoPro Session camera, so you’re one step closer to getting great HD footage!

Another interesting feature of the Ummagawd Remix frame is the slot on each arm for the motor wires. They keep the motor wires from sliding around over the edge of the arm, and prevent damaged or bent propellers from cutting the motor wires.


The Ummagawd Remix does not fall short when it comes to good looks. Not only does it have titanium screws and gold anodised hardware, but it also has custom designed aluminum parts and a high quality battery pad. The carbon fiber used is top notch quality, and the chamfered edges that make the Remix feel great to the touch.



  • TrueX Motor Layout

  • Well-balanced Layout

  • Durable and Lightweight Design

  • High Quality Carbon Fiber with Chamfered Edges

  • Gold Anodized Hardware

  • Custom CNC Aluminum parts

  • Quick Access to electronics compartment

  • Adjustable FPV Camera Mount

  • Top Mounted Battery

  • Exchangeable Arms

  • Grade 2 Titanium Hardware


     “Definitely flies better… and it behaves very well. Huge difference from my other frames, I prefer the remix 1000x”

     “The frame has really good flight properties”



The first production batch includes "skid discs". These skid discs are optional, they are intended to be an aftermarket accessory for those who want to do some heavy skidding with their kwad. The idea is that the discs would wear out before the carbon sled. In fact, you could also use a metal washer or even titanium for some cool sparks!
The included instruction manual is an older version, don't freak out... it still has all of the info you need to build... it's just slightly confusing about an optional feature. There is a single m3x14mm bolt showing behind the session plate. This is NOT needed to put together the frame and is actually there for future after market accessories created by 3d print manufacturers... Futureproofing! 
Tolerances: you might find it difficult to get the m3 locknuts into the carbon. In fact, it might even seem impossible. Don't worry... it just takes some light filing to press it in. It's suggested that you take only a few passes with the file and test fit. When designing these parts, we have to take into account manufacturing tolerances of both the carbon as well as the locknuts. It's important these locknuts are a tight fit, otherwise you risk it spinning when you tighten them down. Worst case scenario, you also file the locknuts as well... but we have not run into that situation. We would rather it be a tight fit, than to have something too loose.
The bottom rear back plate will be a bit loose. The reason is because the slots holding that plate in is designed for a future expansion board (LED board, buzzer/mic, etc.). The standard PCB board thickness is 1.6mm, the blank plate included is 1.5mm. It does not lend to the structural integrity of the frame and so it being loose, is OK. We just wanted to include a blank frame in case you found a use for it, or wanted to attach the license plate sticker included in the kit!
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4 Reviews

Troy Kneese Jan 7th 2018

Great idea not well executed

I received my frame today and now that I am done with the build I am happy but I did run into a few problems. The assembly of this frame was relatively complex but still a fun challenge. Most of the pieces of the frame have very good alignment but there are a few parts that are a little sloppy in alignment and the way they fit together. I was also disappointed that my kit was actually missing a part even though it is not a very important one I was disappointed that one of the press fit nuts was not included in the kit even though there is a place specific for it and a screw to go into it and it is clearly shown on the instruction sheet and where it needs to be. The back bottom plate was very loose so I had to grind a small bit of of the standoff to make this fit properly and not rattle around during flight. The only other problem I had with assembly is that there are 4 places that nuts fit into the carbon fiber plates to secure the bottom cage and the front cage to the main plates but the problem is that these nuts do not fit at all into the holes provided. I used a file that came with my RotorRiot edition Alien to open these holes up and even when I got them to barely fit I ended up breaking a 16mm screw in half while trying to get it into the nut. Thankfully there were extra screws even though not the correct length it still worked for me. Other than these few problems I have had the frame is very nice. The carbon is very high quality and the aluminum pieces are manufactured very well. Although I had these problems I am very likely to purchase another one of these frames.

TheQ FPV Jan 6th 2018

The REMIX frame

I would like to say thanks to Rotor Riot for the great customer service (I understand brand-new frames can have setbacks, especially release dates) however, the REMIX has to be the best freestyle frame I own to date. Everything went together smoothly with no hassle. Handles exceptionally well with an unbelievable locked in feel. One thing though, I need extra arms so I can start flying this thing like I stole it!! Thanks V/r Happy Customer

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