By on Dec 13, 2019

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The Babytooth is a top mounted 65mm frame made for epic freestyle sessions! The top mounted lipo sets the total cog closer to the propeller’s plane which is optimal for the flying characteristics of an fpv quad.

As an exception, it this not our own design. The original frame has been drafted by Ottar Opland who kindly allowed us to do some modifications and distribute his awesome design! Its based on his open source files which can be found here:

Key features:

  • 120mm TrueX diagonal
  • weight: ca 16g including hardware and camera mount
  • 2mm full 3K cfk plates
  • distance between centerplates: 11mm (variable with TPU parts)
  • TPU battery mount
  • 25.4×25.4mm flight controllers only (or use adapter)
  • TPU canopy for nano cameras or aio (cam+vtx)
  • USB cutout for downwards facing USB ports


Part List


Babytooth (2 builds)

Flight Controller

PYRODRONE MICRO F4 AIO (2-4S) (4 builds)


4 x BrotherHobby Returner R3 1103 11000KV/8000KV Brushless Motor (3 builds)


HQ Durable Micro Prop T65mm (2 builds)

FPV Camera

RunCam Racer Nano (16 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO32 NANO 5G8 (205 builds)


TBS Crossfire Nano RX - FPV Long Range Drone Receiver (648 builds)


GNB 2S 450mah HV 80C XT30 Lipo Battery (12 builds)
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StickyRice   Dec 16, 2019  

BEST FRAME DESIGN SO FAR DUDE! its a mix of TPU and carbon fiber parts....this should technically be very durable. I will have to say that it might be heavier than the usual toothpick but DAMN thats good looking!!!

StickyRice   Dec 16, 2019 

this should have a 3" version to cope with that added weight XD   Dec 16, 2019 

haha thanks man! but i have to forward the credit to Ottar (aka Glitchfpv) who invented the Babytooth before we made some small changes to the design. 3" arms are in production 😎😎

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