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Confederate X132 Hellcat Combat Motorcycle

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Jun 4, 2013

Category: Rides

The Confederate X132 Hellcat Combat motorcycle is finally going into limited production after it became the world’s fastest big block V-twin.

This past summer James Hoegh se the record clocking a speed of 172.2 miles per hour at the Bonneville Salts, which happens to be the equivalent of 200 miles per hour on straight asphalt. The vehicle is packed with a 2,163 cc motor pumping out 160 horsepower, which paired with the 5 speed transmission and ultra light 500 pound total weight help this thing reach such incredible speeds. Of course all that power is nothing if you can’t stop quickly, which is why Confederate Motorcycles equipped this thing with Beringer brakes in the front and Brembo brakes out back. As we previously mentioned, this thing is ultra limited with only 36 units being produced around the globe.

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