New Ultima Black 96″ Shovelhead Engine

Ultima Products is jumping into the new retro style motor market by offering for the 1st time a modern technology Shovelhead type engine in a nostalgic appearance.

Die-hard Shovelhead enthusiasts can now enjoy 96″ of power, either keeping the traditional finish of the past with some chrome accents, or in an almost all black appearance.

Sold with owner manual also available online before your purchase at Ultima Products.

Distributed exclusively by Midwest Motorcycle Supply 1-800-325-3914, Local & Intl. 636-931-3200.

6 Responses to “New Ultima Black 96″ Shovelhead Engine”

  1. 1 Brian Jan 4th, 2012 at 1:11 pm

    Ultima has offered the “traditional finish” Shovelhead motor for a couple of years now w/great success. The “blacked out” Shovel would be the newest addition to an ever growing product/motor line. Thank you Cyril for the oppurtunity to share our new products with the masses worldwide.
    Brian D
    Midwest MC Supply

  2. 2 BadMonkeyMW Jan 4th, 2012 at 3:20 pm

    Uh, price maybe?

  3. 3 baddad Jan 5th, 2012 at 4:23 am

    96 C.I. shovelhead engine carries a 6 month, 6,000 mile limited warranty. Well…

  4. 4 Industry guy Jan 6th, 2012 at 10:35 am

    Want to buy cheap Chinese crap for your motorcycle? Go ahead. Shame on you.

    Buy American from an American owned brick and mortar shop.

    Chinese shovelhead. How much more UN-American can you get than that?

  5. 5 Super7 Jan 6th, 2012 at 12:22 pm

    You sir are mis-informed! If you attend their openhouse you will see engine parts being machined. Also assembled by americans in STL.

  6. 6 Jason Hallman Jan 7th, 2012 at 11:41 pm

    Yeah…I gotta chime in on this one. There is nothing wrong with an Ultima engine. Buy what you want…sell what you want. We are still free to make choices here. What percentage of a brand new 2012 Harley Davidson motorcycle’s parts are made here? Probably not as high as the percentage of American made parts in this engine. To be fair…all of the engine manufacturers are copying the factory’s original designs so why not be mad about that too? If you really want to be pissed about Midwest/Ultima, just open a “brick and mortar” shop and try to compete with Jireh Cycle as a Midwest dealer. Now that is something to be pissed about but I digress.

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