On August 29, 2012, James Hoegh took his X32 Hellcat Tomcat ($72,000) to an average top speed of 172.211 on the Bonneville Salts, setting a new land speed record for unfaired, naturally aspirated, pushrod V-twins over 2000cc. That equates to 200 mph on asphalt, and that makes this unique bike very wantable. Problem is, there are only 36 of these out there. Solution? Set up a sniper’s post in northwestern Utah.