Introducing the Confederate Motor Company’s P120 Fighter Combat
- ENGINE: Radial twin, 120 c.i.d.
- POWER: 160 horsepower / 135 ft. lbs. torque at the rear wheel
- DIMENSIONS: Wheelbase: 64 in.; Seat Height: 27 in.; Rake: 30 ; Trail: 4 in.; Weight: 460 lbs.; Fuel: 4 gal.; Oil: 4.5 qt.
- CHASSIS: CM design triple load-path 6061 aircraft-grade aluminum monocoque backbone, bulkhead, fuselage side plate construction; oil/fuel in frame
- 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 4-piston carbon/ceramic/ aluminum-matrix lightweight discs
- WHEELS: CM design carbon fiber; Front: 19” x 3”, Rear: 18” x 8”
- TIRES: Pirelli, matched; Front: 120ZR x 19, Rear: 240ZR x 18
- GAUGES: Precision-integrated analog meter; warning, speed, RPM
- INDENTIFICATION: Limited edition; each example is one of 50; fuselage,bulkhead, engine VIN
Starting from around $72,000 and only 63 of them being made, there is no chance that I will have one unless I steal one. It does look worth breaking the law for. Also you probably look like a jerk riding it – I say this because I’m not riding it, if I had one I would not look like a jerk – I would look like the most awesome thing since man first sliced bread. Still I guess I could just make one myself, trouble is it would end up looking more like this…
Don’t laugh as that’s still a better effort than I can manage – and it works. Come on, that still looks just as awesome as the P120 and I bet you’d get more looks and ‘street cred’ for riding that. Probably costs more to build though but then you can’t put a price on truly great style.