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Total BMX Killabee K4 Frame Black / Yellow

Brand: Total BMX

Code: FRTO013-YE6-1975

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Brand: Total BMX

Sweet new Black/Yellow fade in the Kyle Baldock signature Total BMX Kilabee K4 frame. This K4 version has had a bunch of upgrades; they brought back the integrated chain tensioners as well as adding the DBS brake system. Featuring a progressive 75.75º head tube angle this frame is super responsive and something Kyle has really enjoyed during testing. Ovalised chain stays have been added to keep tyre clearance suitable for up to 2.4” tyres and for extra dent resistance. This frame is ready to take your riding to the next level.


Full Multi Butted Japanese Sanko 4130 Chromoly tubing
Head Tube Angle: 75.75º
Standover Height: 7.7” (centre of BB to centre of TT)
Rear End Length: 12.65” - 12.95”
Top Tube: 32mmø Multi butted internal gusseted
Down tube 34.9mm taper to 32mm internally gusseted
Tapered chain stays 21mm-17mm (Ovalised for dent resistance and extra tyre clearance)
Tapered seat stays 19mm-14mm
Tyre clearance- 2.4”
BB Height: 11.6”
Headtube: Integrated and heat treated, drilled for gyro tabs 120mm length
Removable brake mounts and tabs all included (other brands charge extra)
Dropouts: 6mm thick heat treated with integrated chain adjusters and CNC cutouts
Brake Mod, 'DBS' (Dual Brake System) excusive to Total frames
Sizes: 18”, 19.75”, 20.4”, 20.7”, 21” top tube lengths
Colour: Black ED/ Gold Metallic/ Bumblee Bee
Weight: TBC
Warranty: 1 Year

Note- To achieve the desired seat height, the seat post may need to be cut (A suitably qualified person should do this) due to the 'DBS' flutes passing through the seat tube it is also important that the seat post does not touch the brake flutes as per the warning sticker on the frame, any damage deemed to be caused by failure to follow these instructions will not be covered by warranty.