Here at Churchville Service Center, our diesel truck drivers demand the very best for their trucks! So we turn to Sinister Diesel, a company that is American Born and Bred™. Founders Brian George, Michael Mitchell, and their whole team share a love of everything diesel. They understand diesel and started the company out of a love of what they know best! Sinister started one afternoon while working on Brian’s truck, they thought of starting a new company "There were already online parts suppliers," said Brian, so it wasn’t enough to just start another one. They wanted to create a high-performance diesel parts company that actually changed the way business was done! Then they added a real difference in customer service so you get real help when you need it.
Our customers can get anything from the air intake part to intercoolers and pipes and Pitbull turbochargers to start and the list goes on and on. Simply put Sinister Diesel can maximize your diesel engine and impact performance greatly so come on by and talk to our team of performance diesel mechanics today about what you want out of your Chevy/GMC Duramax, Ford Powerstroke, or Dodge Cummins Engine here at Churchville Service Center in Churchville, we can seriously make a difference for you.
Sinister Diesel Fun Fact: 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 spirit perfectly.
More Trivia: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued Sinister a registration certificate for the color blue for all aftermarket diesel performance truck parts. The trademark applies only to components for resale and does not apply to customization that truck owners make for personal use. So if it is BLUE on a truck as an after-market part it "Should be" Sinister! Who knew.
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