2011 Other Makes P120 Combat Fighter
Sale price: $55000 ≈ €46341 ≈ £39454 ≈ ₿1.38 btc
Last update: Item location: Nevada, US
Seller's notes: Confederate P120 Combat Fighter Limited Edition Motorcycle for sale
Sale type: Fixed price listing
|Model:||P120 Combat Fighter|
2011 Confederate P120 Combat Fighter - $55,000
Limited Edition - 2011 Confederate Motorcycle - P120 Combat Fighter selling for $65,000. Limited Edition 11 of only 50 made.
Manufactured in 2011, it only has 250 miles on it. The all-aluminum, all-American bodywork is incredibly distinctive, and incredibly fast. Weighing 460 pounds, the Fighter is powered by a 1966cc radial twin engine that produces 160 horsepower at the rear wheel.
Redefining the power cruiser Confederates exquisitely crafted, cruisers are known as much for innovative construction as outrageous performance. The P120 Fighter Combat pushes that reputation to the next level by coupling a welded and bolted aluminum monocoque to a massive, 1966cc JIMS V-twin. With 160 horsepower pushing 460 pounds, this bike redefines the term power cruiser. A tubular spine defines the Fighter both structurally and aesthetically.
The engine is held in place by a pair of machined-aluminum plates bolted to that central spine. A rigid chassis is a prerequisite for handling the massive output of the big V-twin specified for this wild ride. The engine is the highest-performance version JIMS offers from its Malibu, California, factory, producing a pavement-rippling 145 lb.-ft. of torque. The engine cases are specially cast in super-dense, 8356 aluminum for added stiffness, and connected to Confederates own stacked-shaft, five-speed gearbox by a machined clamshell transmission housing that creates a unit-construction powertrain. Chain final drive has been relocated to the right side and mounted outside of the swingarm pivot to increase rigidity and make room for an oversized, 240mm-wide rear tire.
The Fighters eye-catching girder fork is composed of tubular-aluminum and machined-billet pieces that compress a single, centrally mounted Race Tech shock. Another larger Race Tech shock supports the double-sided swingarm, which pivots directly off the transmission. The swingarm yoke also conceals the fuel pump and most of the electrical system.
Confederate spared no expense on the remaining chassis components, selecting BST carbon-fiber wheels and Brembo radial brakes that grip exotic, aluminum-ceramic composite rotors. The dual-counterbalanced JIMS motor is remarkably smooth, and provides plenty of grunt and very satisfying acceleration. The bike surges forward irresistibly in any gear and at any speed, and its not uncommon to find yourself well in excess of 100 mph before you realize it.
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