Designed for the 2015+ Legacy 2.5i with single exit exhaust, the Nameless Performance Axleback Exhaust is a direct factory fit to the OEM midpipe. Removing the factory 13.5lb mufflers in lieu of a mandrel bent, TIG welded, T304 stainless steel construction muffler delete or muffled axleback exhaust.
Factory fit laser cut flanges and 2″ piping is larger than factory midpipe diameter, providing excellent breathing characteristics for high end horsepower as well as retaining low end torque.
Fits 2015+ Legacy 2.5i Sedan, and includes a new hardware kit for installation.
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 Agnes Sabat on
I really have to thank Nameless for making such an awesome product!
I ended going with the 5" Muffler version and I LOVE it!! It produces just the right amount of sound without being terribly loud. I enjoy hearing that throaty growl during a cold start and when accelerating. For me, the sweet spot is right around 1,800 rpm. I actually look for excuses to go under bridges and through tunnels! :D
The urethane bushings were also a good investment, considering I do like to engage in some spirited driving every so often ;)
Both the axleback exhaust and bushings were well-worth the cost!
Posted by B. Lundeberg on
Very well made exhaust system and fit perfectly on my 2015 Subaru Legacy. Even with the 5" muffler option, it's still a bit too loud for my tastes, so planning to revert back to the original factory (quiet) Subaru muffler.
Posted by J G on
I own a 2015 Subaru Legacy and was referred to Nameless Performance by my friend, who owns a 2017 Crosstrek. While my friend has the muffler delete, I chose the 5" Muffler for the lower tones and it wouldn't be too loud when cruising around the streets. I absolutely love it. The 5" Muffler has a great cold start and sounds incredible at lower RPMs. It doesn't have the same range at mid-to-high like the Muffler Delete, but I purchased the 5" Muffler because I wanted an exhaust that wouldn't be too obnoxious. Plus, it has a nice hum when I'm holding 80mph on the freeway.
Posted by Justin on
My only complaint was I was trying to buy this while they were switching tip styles, 6 months later and its installed, very simple bolt on, sounds great on cold start, just rumbles like no other, crusing there is a tad bit of drone, but I bought the muffler delete, I knew what I was getting into. Not nearly as bad as I was expecting. At 70 mph it's barely noticeable. Driving around in D, it is a but awkward with CVT, but it keeps it in 1500-2000 rpms, and it sounds great, no complaints, I love it, I want headers now. 2016 2.5 premium, I love it.
Posted by Anthony on
Let me start with this product is worth the wait. Took a while for the build but communication was excellent throughout the wait. I picked up item at their shop and immediate installed . Super easy install. Initial start up was with a warm start and it was perfect. The next morning I was a little worried because I work early am and the cold start wasn't that bad. Like other reviews it's loud if you want it to be and mellow when you cruise. The hanger bushings are solid as well, fits nice and snug.
Posted by Andy Guo on
All I can say is WOW! I have a 2016 Subaru Legacy 2.5i and I went with the muffler delete because I wanted to give some life to the vehicle. I am so happy that I went with the delete because it sounds amazing! I think the 4 or 5 inch muffler option wouldn't be loud enough for my likings. When you start the vehicle, it can get pretty loud especially on a cold morning and the RPM's start at around 1,600. Once it warms up and the car is idle, the car sounds like it did before installing the exhaust. But when you step on the pedal that is when you can hear the nameless exhaust kick in! So when you're at a stop light or don't have your foot on the throttle when it's warm, you don't hear anything. The stock midpipe and up must be very restrictive or something. But I love it because it's only loud when you step on the pedal. When you do, it definitely turns head as it produces a pretty loud rumble when you step it on it hard. Around 1,700 RPM is the sweet spot as it sounds amazing. Like most exhausts, it sounds louder driving locally at slower speeds than in highways. No drone whatsoever as you can hold a conversation or play music without a problem. Installation was a breeze as it is a direct fit. Build quality is top notch. Nameless makes very quality products and I am very pleased. If you're young like I am and like more sound, I would definitely recommend the muffler delete option.
Posted by Tim on
That link is a before and after of my stock exhaust VS the Nameless Axleback Delete. Sounds incredible. Another link in the description for what it sounds like pulling away. This is with no modifications to my car. Now I have the aFe Takeda TR-4303P Cold Air Intake and it sounds even better. Highly Recommended. I personally dont think the Delete is too loud at all!!! Great Job Nameless Performance!
Posted by Derrick on
I prefer my exhausts loud so I chose the full muffler delete. Glad I did because for my taste it still isn't quite loud enough! Really wish Nameless would design a mid-pipe for the 6th gen Legacy because the removal of that huge pre-chamber would completely unleash that boxer growl. I work at the factory where the Legacy and Outbacks are built and was looking at the stock 3.6 exhaust trying to decide if I could buy a Nameless mid-pipe and make it work but unfortunately I don't believe it will :(
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