Midwest adds to Ultima lines for 2017
Pevely, Missouri based manufacturer and distributor Midwest Motorcycle Supply say their 2017 catalog “has all the essentials that matter, and as many as possible at a frugal price.”
Their own proprietary Ultima Products program includes the Ultima engine family “that shows up in world class custom bike competitions and is drag raced by Chariots of Fire Racing here in the Midwest.”
New for 2017, the Ultima Competition engine series is offered in a new “blackout” engine finish, with their own Shovelhead style engine back in black again. Ultima also offers dealers access to a comprehensive program of Twin Cam engine re-building, backed by a 6-month, 6,000-mile warranty.
New driveline products from Ultima include 2” late model primary belt drives for 2006 and up Dynas and 2017 and up Softails; black 2” and 3.35” Ultima belt drives. In wheels, Ultima has new “Manhattan” and “Kool Kat” aluminum wheels, including 23” and 26” sizes; King spokes, also available in 23” and 26” and in black; plus a new 60-spoke line of wheels in all black and matching polished or black anodized forward controls.
Also new for 2017, new 2-into-1 Competition Series exhaust systems are available in chrome or black finish, along with a range of matching tips.
The Ultima exhausts program also includes ‘Big Growl’ 2 into 2 pipes in thick wall tubing with reinforced mounting brackets and no-weld, one-piece 1.75” to 2.25” step-ups. Available in 10 different styles in show quality chrome for Softails and 1986 - 2003 Sportsters.
“Our Ultima Motor Works program is still running strong – the beauty is still meeting the beast with engines available in a multitude of displacements from 100 – 140ci and finishes like the Diamond Cut, Black Gem and polished and black powder-coated.
“All our drivetrain products, like our Ultima 3.35” and 2” belt drives and transmissions, are rugged, long-lasting units available for Evo Softail and Twin Cam and Evo Dynas. Complete drivetrain packages include the Ultima 6 RSD or LSD transmissions, powerful ThunderFire starter motors and ThunderVolt AGM batteries.”