Ford E-series 2009, Stainless Steel Raw Short Tube Exhaust Manifold by Sinister Diesel®. Primary Tubing Diameter: 1.625". Collector Outlet Diameter: 2". Emissions: CARB compliant. Finish: Raw. Color: Silver. Header Coating: Uncoated. Header Style: Short Tube. Sinister Diesel exhaust systems deliver tuned performance and are designed to maximize your diesel trucks horsepower and torque. Precision cut and bent out of 409 Stainless Steel, our exhaust is designed to easily bolt together using only the highest grade hardware and materials.
Fitment notes: This is a CARB compliant part, legal for use on vehicles built to meet CARB standards and/or registered in California and other states which follow CARB standards.
|Header Material: Stainless Steel|
|Header Style: Short Tube|
|Primary Diameter: 1.625"|
|Collector Diameter: 2"|
|Emissions: CARB compliant|
- Designed to boost your vehicle's performance
- Made from high-quality materials
- Ensures unrivaled durability
- Provides reliable service for years ahead
When it comes to impeccable design, unsurpassed quality, and great value, Sinister Diesel leaves all the rivals far behind. This high-grade Sinister Diesel product is a great one to try if you want to enjoy enhanced performance of your auto. Designed with exquisite craftsmanship and manufactured from reliable materials, it complies with stringent standards and ensures many years of trouble-free service. Painstakingly built to perfection, this top-notch product will meet all your highest expectations and even more.
What do you get when a group of diesel, truck and 4x4 off-road enthusiasts get together with a dream of changing the automotive aftermarket industry? You get Sinister Diesel. Founders Brian George, Michael Mitchell and their whole team share a love of everything diesel. One afternoon, while working on Brian’s truck they thought of starting a new company. Sinister Diesel® actually started out as MKM Customs. So, why the switch to the Sinister name? It appeals to Brian and Mike because they feel it captures the spirit of the diesel lifestyle. “The spirit of diesel truckers is like our own,” Brian says. “A little bit rebel. Of course, we don’t all live a rebel lifestyle, but we all share that spirit. The name Sinister captures that sprit perfectly.”