Cometic Sells Delkron Program to Solenberg Performance
Shelbyville, Indiana based Solenberg Performance has bought the Delkron manufacturing program from Cometic Gasket.
The company says that it is “focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction” and that it will do “everything we can to meet or exceed the market’s expectations.
“We have a full in-house machine shop, and Solenberg is the home of the Solenberg Racing 124 TC engine and, now, of the Delkron brand. The Solenberg Racing engine line comes from years of research. We use only top-quality parts. Our engines are some of the best on the street and strip. They are built 100% in-house for quality assurance.”
The name Solenberg has been in Harley performance for over 55 years. From racing stock bikes on the street to nitro funny bikes on the strip, they have long been one of the trusted and established ‘go-to’ names in the Midwest performance community.
Noted for their Twin Cam flywheels and stock rebuilds right through to 131 cubic inchers that put out over 160 ft lb torque, Solenberg says: “There are a lot of people out there that rebuild them, but we are one of the few that do it right. A lot of them use cheap Chinese made parts. Not at Solenberg - it's all genuine U.S.A. made components all the way and will be the same with the Delkron program.
“One of the legendary Delkron designs we’ll be building is the 135 ft lb torque 120 cubic incher, but as the only source for Delkron products, we’ll also be offering cases, TC cylinders up to 4.250", heads, complete engines, and so much more. Full list of parts to come.”