2012 Confederate Hellcat X132

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Confederate Motors has a storied past, but their most recent bikes are a testament to a company that has had to overcome many challenges – including the total loss of their facility in New Orleans when Katrina hit. It’s taken 21 years to get to this point, but the Confederate Hellcat X132 is a motorcycle that gets attention wherever it goes, and provides the backbone for the incredible bikes that Confederate is looking to make in the future – particularly the upcoming C2 P-51 Fighter, designed by the legend Pierre Terblanche.

Confederate Hellcat X132 - Front

The 132ci engine (2.163cc) produced 132 horsepower and an impressive 150 pound-feet of torque. Other components were top-notch, including 50mm Marzocchi forks, Race Tech suspension in the rear, carbon fiber wheels, 4-piston AEROTEC calipers with Beringer discs up front and 2-piston Brembos in the back…you get the idea. For more information, head straight over to Confederate’s web page on the X132.

Confederate Hellcat X132 - Gauges

This specific Confederate Hellcat X132 (VIN: 1C9SF2908CB908009) has just 302 miles, and seems to be basically new.

Confederate Hellcat X132 - Rear Left

Find this Confederate Hellcat X132 for sale in Ontario, California with a BIN of $49,999 or best offer

Confederate Hellcat X132 - Right Side

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