Here it is, the Axleback for the 2013 Subaru BRZ/Scion FR-S. We use dual 4" tips that fit the bumper nicely unlike the other exhausts out there with cartoon sized tips.
Our axleback has a 2.5" or 3.0" inlet which is larger than stock but not too large. Both split the main circuit to two 2" pipes. Both 2" circuits terminate in 4" diameter tips that sit flush with the bumper. This makes the car look like it should have from the factory.
The 3" inlet is intended for those looking to build a max hp N/A build, or going with some kind of forced induction. The 2.5" inlet is intended for the majority of people looking to keep the car N/A, and has a slightly quieter output than the 3"
The weight of our axleback is 17 pounds compared to the 25 pound stock muffler.
The axleback produces almost no peak HP but fills in the valley that is typical of this new direct injected boxer 4.
Colored tip options are now available here at Nameless Performance!
Make a serious statement by selecting a 4" double wall slash cut, neo-chrome blue exterior with gold interior tip.
Questions about tip style? Click HERE
Our urethane bushings hold your exhaust in place better that the factory rubber bushings and are highly recommended if you race your car or enjoy spirited driving. During hard cornering the exhaust "wags" left to right which sometimes causes the tips to touch the bumper. When this happens there is a chance your bumper can be damaged. The best way to avoid this is to use our urethane exhaust bushings to hold the exhaust in place.
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Posted by Nick on
Installed the 3" axleback on otherwise stock BRZ. I was concerned that the 3" exhaust would be too loud, but it sounds great without being too loud with the 5" mufflers.
Posted by Ben on
Just installed the Nameless Axleback w/ 4" Mufflers. The exhaust sounds awesome, so much deeper than expected and much deeper than I would have imagined possible for a 4 cylinder. This exhaust is LOUD, so much so that I'm seriously thinking about not getting the headers/downpipe installed. I might look into getting another resonator installed somewhere. If you're debating between 4" or 5", I would definitely say go 5" if you plan any other exhaust mods. All that being said, hands down one of the best sounding exhausts ever!
Posted by David on
While I will be putting more of this exhaust together I must say that simply adding the axle back was a great addition. I love the sound. A lot of compliments from friends and others occurred after the installation supporting the genuinely great sound the ABE puts out. I'm almost scared to make changes to the rest of the exhaust but I will. If only I could have the same sound but louder. Mid pipe next then header... then the rest
3in inlet with 5in mufflers
Posted by Robin Sites on
Great design, obvious craftsmanship, and amazing sound. Car looks and sounds so much better. Glad I went with 5 inch mufflers...4 inch would have been too loud. Nice sound. No drone...nice deep growl. A bit loud at higher rpm but nice and mellow at cruise. Suspect it would have been loud enough with the 2.5 in instead of the 3in I bought, but might put a turbo on someday so went with the 3 based on info on the website. Definitely buy the 4 bushings to install it. I had to cut the old ones off and nameless ones are much better than stock.
Posted by David on
3in Inlet with 5in mufflers....
Perfect in every way. This exhaust note on an otherwise stock car is great. I'm building the exhaust piece by piece. Frankenexhaust. While I won't necessarily be going Nameless for the mid-pipe, front-pipe, and over pipe, .... I will be doing their header in the future.
Posted by Cole on
so, I was looking to get a nicer sounding axle back to add to my car. This seemed to fit the bill. Although it was a bit more expensive than almost every other option out there, after seeing a friends nameless track pipe, I was sold on the quality that nameless offers for the price they ask. From placing my order, to receiving the exhaust, it was a great process. My only gripe is having to wait a bit longer than I would have if I bought an off the shelf exhaust from another brand. But, I realize that custom parts take the extra time to be built. I went with the 5" mufflers and the blue and gold tips. As soon as I pulled it out of the box, I thought "wow, this looks absolutely beautiful". Easy to install, great sound. I previously had UEL headers on my car and this brought out the deep rumble sound more than any other exhaust I've heard with a similar set up to me. I honestly cannot say enough good things about this exhaust. All said and done, I wish I went with the 4" mufflers though, with having everything else stock in my exhaust, I want a little bit more sound. I guess that just means I'll have to buy some more nameless stuff in the future!
Posted by Ray Gunnz on
I must say I am impressed with the people over at Nameless. They where very well informed about there products and the cars they build them for. I was given info for my BRZ upgrades from Ryan, and treated very well by the rest of the staff there. My names Ray Gunnz I am a music producer over at Soundgroove Records. I happen to get booked for a video shoot right after I ordered my 2.5 inlet axle back with 5inch mufflers and purple tips. When I notified the crew over at Nameless they where quick to upgrade my shipping so I wouldn't miss my package. Thank you very much everyone I will be sure to snap some pics of the build and leave a review of the product when I install it.
Posted by Pete on
I've always been hesitant to get an aftemarket exhaust. The vast majority of them sound terrible, look tacked on, and scream "Pull me over!" at the top of their lungs. As a result, I kind of surprised myself to find myself looking for something to beef up the sound of my BRZ. After many months of trawling forums, youtube videos and the like, I decided on nameless, and it did not disappoint. Build quality is excellent, it looks like it came with the car, does not sound obnoxious, but still lets me hear the car when I have my helmet on at the track. I was also able to close the stupid sound generating tube in the passenger footwell that connects to the intake without the car sounding wheezy like it does with the standard exhaust and the tube closed. It sounds way more natural now. Installation was a breeze. I was slightly worried when I first turned the car on because of how much resonance there was in the lower frequencies, but after a few tanks of gas built up some soot in the pipes, this went away. It sounds fantastic now, but subtly.
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