The limited edition Confederate Motorcycles P51 G2 Combat Fighter is a mechanical metaphor for an American rebellion. It embodies innovation, strength and determination, as well as all the right qualities for undisputed success.
Sturdy and muscular, the bike is made entirely out of lightweight aerospace billet aluminum, and it is available in two different finishes: anodized black and blonde brushed aluminum. The in-house monocoque frame features stiffening fuselage plates near the bulkheads. An advanced five-axis machining technology was used to cut the rear swing arm and front suspension and front suspension girders out of solid blocks. This ensures excellent fatigue resistance and structural integrity.
The motorcycle introduces a brand new feature for the first time in the industry: a structural intake box is connected directly to a CNC billet aluminum downdraft intake manifold. Massive blocks of metal were precision machined and welded together to obtain a bridge that connects the induction system to the huge swing arm pivot machined into the aluminum engine case. Powering the beast is an air-cooled, push-rod, V-twin unit capable of 200 horsepower. Confederate will only produce 61 units, and they will sell them for $110,000 to $120,000 each.