Flite Test Gremlin Drone CF Frame - Josh Bixler Edition

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Flite Test Gremlin Drone CF Frame - Josh Bixler Edition
Price: $19.99
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This Flite Test Gremlin Drone - Josh Bixler Edition. The Josh Bixler Gremlin Flite Test Frame is purpose built to be simple in assembly, and giving you a unique frame look. The  frame allows for the FPV camera to be forward enough to not catch props in FPV view, and large enough to fit all electronics without being too cramped

The frames are made of a 2mm carbon fiber bottom plate and 1.5mm top plate that is incredibly durable and works great for indoor and outdoor flying, making the Gremlin an affordable option for those learning to fly quads and for seasoned pilots as well. The frame is designed as light as possible only at 0.5 oz for the best flying experience.

Frame kit includes:
  • 2mm Bottom Plate
  • 1.5mm Top plate
  • (4) 10mm Nylon standoffs
  • (8) 3x6mm Nylon screws
  • 3D Printed Camera Mount 
  • Battery pad
  • (2) Battery retainer bands

This product was added to our catalog on July 27, 2018

Verified Owner
Thursday, Apr 18 2019 (about 3 years ago)
Flite Test Gremlin Drone CF Frame - Josh Bixler Edition
The one I received was cut small. The holes are all too small and didn't line up for the motors and the camera mount couldn't fit between the standoffs. I tried getting a replacement but it also had the same issue. Then, the customer service guy tried to convince me that it was part of the design and there was nothing wrong with the frame. I wouldn't buy this until someone fully resolves this problem.
Verified Owner
Friday, May 10 2019 (about 3 years ago)
Flite Test Gremlin Drone CF Frame - Josh Bixler Edition
My experience with this frame is similar to Ryan Waz's review. This was my first miniquad build from the ground up, so I don't know what is unique to this kit.

Every screw was difficult to drive. Almost like the holes were bored for the diameter screw shank instead of the diameter of the threads. If the intention is for the screws to tap the carbon fiber, they are bang on but it was too much to deal with on the motor mounting screws. I decided to bore those holes out. I installed iFlight tachyon 1104's. The relief holes in the frame are too small for the c-clips, so used some 2mm id o-rings to soft mount the motors. That may be an "oh didn't you know" of quad builds, or could be unique to iFlight motors.

Overall, it's a unique design. I like it in general, but don't think this is a great match for an inexperience builder.