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The KillHill Boost front hub with 110mm hub spacing and ClimbHill Boost rear hub with 148mm hub spacing differs in some fundamental points from the hubs with 100mm and 135/142mm hub spacing. When X-12 rear stays were introduced only the hub spacing was increased, the geometry of the hub (flange distance and bearing support points) remained unchanged. The Boost standard allows a complete adaptation of the hubs with wider hub body and axle. A conversion of current hubs to the Boost standard is therefore not possible. However, the new standard offers some advantages:


• The flange distance increases for both hubs. Thereby stiffer wheelsets can be build, especially noticeable for 29er. One point of critics for the bigger 29er wheels was the poor stiffness. th elarger hub spacing of the Boost standard allows 29er wheels to be similarly stiff to traditional 26" wheels!


• The bearing support points can be wider and therefore be constructed stiffer and more stable. Certainly the topic weight plays a big role in our development, here the KillHill Boost & ClimbHill Boost only bring 121g & 214g on to the scale! ClimbHill boost can also be used for the new Evo6 Standard.

This disc hub is for IS2000 6-bolt rotors.

TUNE - KillHill Boost Front Hub

  • Body aluminium 7075
    Manufacturing method CNC-machined, one piece body, anodized
    Holes 28 / 32 / 24
    Hub spacing 110 mm
    Bearings 2 deep-groove ball bearings
    Sealing double contact seals
    Clamping method 15 mm Thru-axle
    Hole Ø (l/r) 55,5mm
    Flange distance (l/r) 27,4/ 37,0 mm
    Weight 121g


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