Confederate X132 Hellcat Combat Prototype Custom Motorcycle ( Specs ) Confederate achieves 172.211 mph with X132 Hellcat Combat Prototype at BUB Motorcycle Speed Trials . James Hoegh successfully piloted the first Confederate X132 Hellcat Combat prototype to a top speed of 172.211 mph, making it the world's fastest big block American V-twin motorcycle ever [ X132 Hellcat Combat Prototype - Review and Video Below ]
Confederate X132 Hellcat Combat Prototype at the Bonneville Salt Flats
August 29, 2012 With the technical inspection now complete, the world record is official! With an average speed of 172.211 mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats, James Hoegh's X132 Hellcat Combat prototype is the fastest naturally aspirated, unfaired, 2000+cc V-twin motorcycle in the world!
X132 Hellcat Combat Prototype Custom Motorcycle Specs and Photos
The Last of a Breed
The company plans to produce a limited number of production X132 Hellcat Combats next spring. Confederate's founder and CEO, Matt Chambers, says the production version of the X132 Hellcat Combat will be the last of a breed.
"There will be no more big block Confederates after the Combat examples are produced next spring. These examples, represented by the experimental Combat prototype, are going to be the end of an era for massive displacement American V-twins packaged as fully structural components within a billet case and handmade chassis. No expense will be spared in our effort to memorialize this passing as the definitive exclamation point."
X132 Hellcat Combat Prototype Custom Motorcycle Specs
The prototype X132 Hellcat Combat features a modified version of the 132 cubic inch (2163cc) S&S XWedge engine used in the production version of the X132 Hellcat. Modifications include:
• Prototype dual track intake with twin 58mm throttle bodies
• Prototype 618 cams with custom length pushrods and tubes
• CNC ported heads with smoothed 113cc chambers and ports
• Modified intake and exhaust valves
• .650 lift Sidewinder springs
• 1.8:1 aluminum roller rocker arms
• Modified oil pump with reduced thickness feed gears and modified bypass circuit
• Annealed copper head gaskets
• Radiused crankshaft
• 11:1 compression ratio (shorter cylinders and decked heads)
• Modified throttle body back plates to compensate for cut heads