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Ultimate Racing Engines. O.S. Based M Line.

Old 03-30-2021, 03:33 PM
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Figured I would start a thread on these engines. Great engines at a great price.


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What pipe has everybody ran with these? The Ultimate 2141 or the 2142? I'm just starting so I've heard more torque is always better, so I might get the 2141.
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Old 04-11-2021, 05:24 AM
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I use the 2141 for the tracks in my area. The 2142 is for large fast tracks.
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Looks like Cole Ogden has signed with Ultimate.
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been running these engines for 2 years now..
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Good engines for sure, in buggy we used the 2142 on the M5 and 2141 in truck everywhere. the M3X in buggy 2141
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Good engines for sure, in buggy we used the 2142 on the M5 and 2141 in truck everywhere. the M3X in buggy 2141
Apparently there is a M3X V3 coming from what I read on Facebook. Not sure if itís a mistype or what.
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Originally Posted by petersen114 View Post
Apparently there is a M3X V3 coming from what I read on Facebook. Not sure if itís a mistype or what.
I will find out
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The M3X will be getting updates yes. more to come..........
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The new MXS is quite the beast of an engine. Been running it in my MBX8T on a small technical track with great results.
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Originally Posted by petersen114 View Post
The new MXS is quite the beast of an engine. Been running it in my MBX8T on a small technical track with great results.
Same, ran the MXS in truggy at Southern Nats, grabbed 4th, engine was on point all weekend, Phend TQ'ed both nitro classes with them. Ogden was rockin as well
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Very tempted to buy one of these to try....
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Same, ran the MXS in truggy at Southern Nats, grabbed 4th, engine was on point all weekend, Phend TQ'ed both nitro classes with them. Ogden was rockin as well
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Very tempted to buy one of these to try....
once broken in the engine really had a lot of snap to it. I was actually very surprised. I normally use the M5S in my trucks but my local track is kinda small and technical so I figured I would give the MXS a try. Definitely gonna get a couple more.
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Originally Posted by petersen114 View Post
once broken in the engine really had a lot of snap to it. I was actually very surprised. I normally use the M5S in my trucks but my local track is kinda small and technical so I figured I would give the MXS a try. Definitely gonna get a couple more.

for sure, they really start to hit that pitch in the mid and top once they go full wood, love the engine, super responsive yet smooth and usable, and man that idle though!
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