Confederate X132 Hellcat Speedster


Make Model

Confederate X132 Hellcat Speedster




65 units


56░Fuel injected V-twin, single side draft intake with 58 mm throttle bodies


2163 cc / 132 cub in.
Bore x Stroke 111.76 x 111.76 mm
Cooling System Air cooled
Exhaust Two-into-one


Performance calibrated engine control unit
Starting Electric

Max Power

89 kW / 121 bhp

Max Torque

189.6 Nm / 19.33 kgf-m / 140 lb-ft


5-Speed, drag racing
Final Drive Chain
Frame X-valut unitized design, hard steel backbone and downtube, tig welded, carbon fibre fenders

Front Suspension

48 mm WP custom fork, adjustable rebound and compression

Rear Suspension

Custom centre-mounted race tech coil-over-shock, adjustable rebound and compression

Front Brakes

Dual Beringer 4-piston machined monobloc Aerotec radial calipers

Rear Brakes

Single Beringer 4-piston machined monobloc Aerotec radial calipers, cross drilled Brembo Stainless Steel rotor
Wheels BlackStone Tek carbon fibre with proprietary hubs
Front Rim 3.50 x 18 in.
Rear Rim 8.00 x 18 in.

Front Tyre

120/70 ZR18 Metzeler ME 880 Marathon

Rear Tyre

240/40 VR18 Metzeler ME 880
Rake 29░
Trail 106.3 mm / 4.2 in.
Wheelbase 1613 mm . 63.5 in.
Seat Height 724 mm / 28.5 in.

Fuel Capacity 

11.4 L / 3 US gal


The Confederate X132 Hellcat Speedster is the latest motorcycle to come from the American company, a design and engineering evolution of the brilliant X132 Hellcat, which was released in 2012. It is also the first Confederate motorcycle penned by Pierre Terblanche, the acclaimed former Ducati Design Director who now heads styling at Confederate.

Constructed using carbon-fibre and aircraft-grade billet aluminium, the Speedster is your typical Confederate with its industrial design and almost hotrod-ish persona. It is propelled by a 2,163cc fuel-injected V-Twin engine that belts out a strong 121hp and 190Nm of torque, sent to the rear wheels via a 5-speed drag racing transmission. The 18″ Metzeler

ME880 Marathon tyres are sized 120/70 at the front and 240/40 at the back, aided by a custom WP 48mm fork and custom centre-mounted RaceTech coilover shock respectively. Stopping is via dual and single Beringer radial callipers front and back, along with floating ductile iron rotors at the front and cross-drilled Brembo stainless steel rotors at the rear. Other goodies include an LED headlight and taillight, analogue Motogadget tachometer, digital speedo and readouts, solo leather seat, and more