Ummagawd Remix w/ DJI FPV System

By wrong17 on Apr 08, 2020

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Ever since I got the DJI FPV System I have been converting over as many quads as I can. Because the DJI Air Unit is so big and bulky, not everything can accommodate it. Since I am a novice at building models for 3D printing, it took me a while to create a bottom tray that would fit the air unit. After a few failed attempts I finially got something usable and I could be found on Thingiverse. The direct link is listed in the “Parts List” below.

As I began my conversion, it occurred to me that Joshua Bardwell F4 AIO V1 Flight Controller only has one open UART port. I thought I could use a soft serial port to create another one, but it is not fast enough for the DJI OSD or Crossfire RX. So, now I need to replace the FC too. I dug around my stash of goodies and I end up picking the Matek F722 STD Flight Controller because it is also an AIO board.

Without a doubt I know that there will be lots of props in view with my FPV camera but I am happy to say the with a GoPro Hero 7 Black recording at 4K 60FPS there are NO props in my video.

Update (Apr 14, 2020)

The 3D printed bottom tray that house the DJI Air Unit was originally printed with PLA+, and that was my only may concern about this build. I was suggested to try Nylon, but I did not have any at the time. So, I end up buying some Nylon and Carbon Fiber Nylon. I wanted to try the CF Nylon first in hopes of the Carbon Fiber giving it a stiffer structure and the Nylon will flex on impact. I have never used these filaments but those are the expectation I was aiming for.


Part List


Ummagawd Remix FPV Freestyle Frame

Flight Controller

Matek F722-SE F7 30x30 Flight Controller w/ 5V BEC , Video Power Switcher, Dual Camera Image Switcher (31 builds)


4 x Spedix GS30 32Bit DShot1200 30A ESC (29 builds)


4 x Tiger Motor F40III - 2400KV (5 builds)


Gemfan Flash 5552 Durable 3 Blade (Clear) - Set of 4 (3 builds)

FPV Camera

DJI Digital HD FPV Air Unit (85 builds)


Team BlackSheep TBS Crossfire Nano RX - Heli-Nation (568 builds)


FrSky Horus X10 Radio (Amber)


DJI Digital HD FPV Goggles (46 builds)

3D Printed

Ummagawd Remix V1 DJI Digital FPV System Frame Replacement Hatch Sled Kit by wrong17
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3D Printed

Ummagawd Remix Crossfire antenna Mount by DenRotor
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3D Printed

Ummagawd Remix Micro Eagle Cam Adapters by DenRotor
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HD Camera

GoPro HERO7 Black Action Camera (67 builds)

Video Receiver

ImmersionRC rapidFIRE w/ Analog PLUS Goggle Receiver Module (129 builds)

Radio Module

TBS Crossfire TX - Long Range R/C Link (11 builds)

Battery Charger

HOTA D6 PRO Charger AC200W DC650W 15A (6 builds)

Soldering Iron

TS100 Portable Programmable Smart Soldering Iron (145 builds)


Lowepro QuadGuard BP X3 - Drone Backpack for 4 FPV Quad Racing Drones and 15" Laptop w/Exterior Mounts (Black)


BoYz analog bay v2 for DJI FPV goggles


Analog FPV FatShark Module Adapter V2 for DJI Digital FPV Goggles


FuriousFPV Smart Power Case V2
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Jayembee67   Apr 09, 2020  

This is an excellent conversion. What did you print the bottom try in; nylon, ABS? And how is it flying? I love my SD Remix, maybe this should be its fate! :-)

wrong17   Apr 09, 2020 

Thanks, I just ordered some Nylon and Carbon Fiber Nylon to see if it feels. I am going to print one in PETG too... The Remix seem to fly the same after the conversion. Unfortunalty, I had to change the FC because the Joshua Bardwell v1 board did not support all the UART I needed. So the different FC and Firmware can make a difference.

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