Universal AR-15 Stainless Steel Round Straight Cut Exhaust Tip by Sinister Diesel®. Tip Shape: Round. Tip Cut Type: Straight Cut. Tip Attachment Style: Clamp-On. This tip is crafted from powder coated stainless steel and features a dual wall design to shed heat. From Sinister Manufacturing comes this great exhaust tip for your diesel truck that looks all business! US combat troops have trusted the AR-15 assault rifle for decades, and these exhaust tips replicate the AR-15's quad-rail hand guard.
Notes: To ensure precise fit, please check exhaust tip shape, length and inlet diameter: the latter should match your exhaust pipe diameter.
|Tip Shape: Round|
|Tip Cut Type: Straight Cut|
|Tip Material: Stainless Steel|
|Tip Attachment Style: Clamp-On|
- Unique AR-15 Riffle design
- Construction - Stainless Steel
- Product Design - CNC precision machined rails and ring
- Comes with the legendary Sinister lifetime warranty
This tip is crafted from powder coated stainless steel and features a dual wall design to shed heat. A stylish new addition to the tail end of any diesel truck! Universal fit exhaust tip, installs easily on your exhaust with basic hand tools.
Every Sinister Diesel part is manufactured and tested right here at Sinister’s California headquarters and comes with the legendary Sinister lifetime warranty.
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.”