The American Confederate Motors has lifted the veil from second generation of its P51 Combat Fighter. It is inspired by the first model but with some reference to the recent X132 Hellcat. This bike is the last effort of Pierre Terblanche who will migrate to Royal Enfield. The G2 P52 combat fighter where G2 stand for the second generation, proudly flaunts 56-degree V-twin engine with a displacement of 2163 cc. The oil-cooled engine codenamed CX4 develops 200 hp and 230 Nm of torque. It is coupled with five-speed transmission.
Among other highlights are refined aluminum chassis, carbon fiber wheels, 14 liters tank and Beringer radial calipers. The total curb weight of the motorcycle is 227 kilograms. Like all confederates, the P52 combat fighter 2.0 will be made tailored to the wishes of respective buyers. On 61 units will be produced, 30 in light colored theme, also called ‘Blonde’ and 31 in dark theme christened ‘Black Flag’. The blonde version will cost US $ 113,900 and Black flag will be priced at US $ 119,500. A 10,000 USD discount is available if you book the motorcycle before September 7, 2015.
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