X132 Hellcat Bobber Motorcycle

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Some might have seen the X132 Hellcat before made by Confederate Motorcycles. If you have not see it nor have ever heard about it let me go over a few of the specs on it. The cost for what you see below is $50,000 bucks, yep that is the cost. It is super fast and has some serious muscle in the 132 cubic inches (2,163 cc); 56° Fuel Injected V-Twin engine. I love the aggressive styling of the gearbox and the naked exhaust. I would be worried that I would burn my leg but that is why we are supposed to wear motorcycle pants and all proper motorcycle attire. There are are many things that really impress me about this motorcycle.

X132 Hellcat Bobber Motorcycle

Named after the legendary F6F Hellcat fighter plane of WWII, the X132 Hellcat is the result of an uncompromised design and manufacturing approach.  Drawing on the first and second generation Hellcats’ distinctive drag race architecture, the third generation Confederate X132 Hellcat advances that architecture with innovative engineering and avant-garde design.

The centerpiece of this uncompromised approach is the Hellcat’s billet aluminum case. Instead of the usual casting method, the Hellcat’s case is machined from two blocks of billet 6061 aircraft grade aluminum.  This new case unites America’s best V-Twin technology and America’s superior powertrain technology into a singularity.  Although this material selection and craft methodology is expensive, it is simply the best approach for maximizing strength and guaranteeing permanence. Simply put, the X132 Hellcat is America’s most substantive road bike.

X132 Hellcat Bobber MotorcycleOne thing I am really impressed with is the overall quality of the motorcycle and the work that went into it. I have started to see more motorcycles using LED or OLED lights in the headlight, brake lights and turn signals that it is really impressive to see them incorporated in on the solo seat like this.

Overall I have to rate this bobber motorcycle a 4.5 out of 5, I am impressed by the color and the bare bones look that it has to it. It just looks as though the whole motorcycle was CNC’d out of one block of metal. Would I ride this motorcycle? Oh yes I would, I just wish there was some paint on the fenders and the tank to give it a little more style.

Horsepower: > 132 BHP
Machined 6061 Aircraft-Grade Billet Aluminum
Confederate Patented 5-Speed Close Ratio; Patented Output Shaft Bearing Support System
3” 120 Wall Hard Steel Backbone; 3” 120 Wall Hard Steel Down Tube; Hand Tig Welded Fabrication
Front: Custom Marzocchi RAC 50mm Fork; Rebound and Compression Adjustable for Low and High Speed Actuation
Rear: Custom Race Tech Coil-Over-Shock; Rebound and Compression Adjustable for Low and High Speed Actuation
Carbon Fiber; Front: 3.5” x 17”; Rear: 6”x 17”
Front: Pirelli Diablo Rosso 120/70 ZR; Rear: Pirelli Diablo Rosso 190/55 ZR
Front: Dual Beringer 4 Piston AEROTEC Radial Calipers; Dual Beringer AERONAL Floating Stainless Steel Discs
Rear: Single 2 Piston Brembo Monobloc Caliper; Cross-drilled Brembo Stainless Steel Disc
5.75” Round LED Headlamp; Integrated High Beam, Low Beam, Running Lights; LED Tail Lamp, Brake, Running Lights, Blinker System
Confederate Proprietary Design; Deep-drawn Steel; 4.75 Gallon Capacity
Motogadget Precision Analogue Tachometer; Digital Speed, Status
Wheelbase: 62.5” ; Rake: 23.5 Degrees; Trail: 3.8”
Controls: Mid-Rear; Clip-On & 2” Rise 1” Back Clip-On
Seating: Solo Seat; Seat Height: 30”
Weight – 500 lbs
$50,000.00 USD
X132 Hellcat Bobber Motorcycle

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