Sunday, January 2, 2011

2011 Confederate C3 X132 Hellcat Desings

A spokesman for Confederate says This superior technology has been validated over 15 years and millions of miles under the most arduous of circumstances and conditions. Confederate also makes some interesting performance claims for the C3 X132 Hellcat. This proven drag race derived system is designed, specified and built to maintain perfect crankshaft to output shaft alignment, irrespective of the suddenness or magnitude of torque application. Making further durability claims, a Confederate spokesman says, This system will take a beating and never fail. According to Confederate, To this power we fused the best powertrain solution ever devised for massive low rpm torque deployment, the patented Confederate design system.

Short pushrods control the valves via roller rockers. At the top is a pair of 4.4-inch full-skirt pistons that slide up and down a 4.4-inch stroke for a perfectly square motor. It utilizes a 43-pound hard-steel, one-piece, forged crank that connects to forged hard-steel rod. Without a doubt, the 132 cubic inch Copperhead motor in the C3 X132 Hellcat is a monster. The Copperhead puts out in excess of 145 ft-lbs of torque, according to a Confederate spokesman, and the horsepower is understatedly described as "sufficient." Confederate tells Ultimate Motorcycling that "the unitized case construction is machined from a 400 pound block of 6061 aircraft grade aluminum carved into 37 pounds of core motorcycle structural permanence, and continues to claim, "there is no tougher way to craft the motorcycle.

Dubbed the 2012 Confederate C3 X132 Hellcat, the new Confederate is powered by a 132 cubic inch Copperhead engine that has been developed in alliance with S&S.  The third generation of the legendary Confederate Hellcat is now available for pre-order from the company's online store, Work & Cycle.

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