Confederate P120 Fighter: Combat Edition Motorcycle

21 08 2009

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Alabama-based luxury bike manufacturer Confederate Motor Company has just unleashed its new P120 Fighter Combat motorcycle at the Quail Motorsports Gathering in Carmel, California. The bike features the company’s signature “pure and direct” form with an aircraft grade aluminum frame, extended swing-arm and futuristic design that is somewhat reminiscent of the Moto-Terminators. The P120 features all high-end components, almost exclusively designed by Confederate save for a few pieces such as the brakes which are sourced from Brembo. And with a 160 hp engine, it has more than enough power to boot. As the name somewhat implies, only 120 examples of the Confederate P120 Fighter Combat motorcycle will be produced.

Motorcycle

ENGINE: Radial twin / 120 cubic inches
POWER: Rear wheel torque – 135 ft lbs | Rear wheel horse power – 160
DIMENSIONS: Wheel Base: 64 inches; Seat Height: 27 inches; Rake: 30 degrees; Trail: 4 inche; Weight: 460 lbs; Fuel: 4 gallons; Oil: 4.5 quarts
CHASSIS: CM design triple load path 6061 aircraft grade aluminum monocoque backbone, bulkhead, fuselage side plate construction; oil/fuel in frame

Combat

SWINGARM: CM design 6061 aircraft grade aluminum
FRONT END: CM design double wishbone machined from 6061 aircraft grade aluminum linked to aerodynamic dual lightweight tubular wing blades
PRIMARY: CM design; machined from 6061 aircraft grade aluminum; belt drive
TRANSMISSION: CM design vertical close ratio 5 speed

SUSPENSION: Race tech; low/high speed compression and rebound adjustable
BRAKES: Brembo high output race derived 4 piston technology; radial pumps; carbon, ceramic, aluminum matrix lightweight discs
WHEELS: CM design carbon fiber; Front: 19” x 3” Rear: 18” x 8”
GAUGES: Precision integrated analogue meter; warning, speed, RPM
IDENTIFICATION: Limited edition; each example is one of 120; fuselage, bulkhead, engine VIN

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2 09 2009
Bill Bartmann

Great site…keep up the good work.

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