This is our all new downpipe for the 2015+ WRX with the 2.0L DIT engine.
Includes a high-flow cat and an extra O2 bung and plug so you can run a wideband O2 sensor.
Please note that this part REQUIRES a tune for proper vehicle operation. If you don't already have a COBB Accessport, select the Accessport option above for a killer deal.
COBB Accessport Application Guide
Posted by Kimble on
I have nameless pipes from the turbo all the way to the tips. But this review rating is just for the j and down pipe. As per usual the factory nuts on the turbo were trouble to take off. But the new one went right in nice and easy as well as the downpipe. It sounds great and a slight rumbly pop happens at certain rpms. So here is the reason for the one less star. No ground connection for the factory chassis ground. The mounting point with 2 bolts on the downpipe could be better thought out. The nameless downpipe doughnut gasket and midpipe could use a better gasket. That is all. All in all I would still buy again.
Posted by Kasey Lord on
The install took longer than expected. The heat shield and bracket made it difficult. The pipe goes on much easier than old one came off. The pipe sounds amazing. I have the tbe with muffler delete. It’s definitely very loud. It sounds amazing. I love it. It pops every downshift and under hard acceleration. Def recommend
Posted by Manny on
Pretty easy installed, but then again I work on aircraft for a living lol, the rumble make me drive even slower sometimes just to hear at cruising speed. I have delete mufflers too and is not too crazy loud unless you get on it real hard then you want to go even faster.
Posted by Nathan on
Full turbo back muff deletes self installed. The whole process wasn't too bad. Just prep way ahead of time and you'll fine.
There is no cons. The reason you buy an exhaust like this is for the sound. If you think something might be too loud then you have no business looking for an exhaust. Nameless is the end all of loud raw exhausts. It rumbles, it screams, and fires like a machine gun if you know how to really drive the car. Windows down, it gets louder. And the turbo spool is so pronounce you can't help but grin.
It's unfortunate Nameless doesn't make headers for this car. I can only imagine how they could add more sound to their current exhaust. Hell, I'd let them use my car as the test rat. Seriously.
Posted by Alan on
So I bought this to make my 2016 wrx into a stage 2 setup, so far I'm loving this downpipe but there are pros and cons to this pipe. I've had it on my car for a month now and various driving ie hard driving and normal.
Pros. - great sound, boost comes in lower on curve, great quality, high flow cat does a great job of reducing smell, amazing turbo sound through exhaust.
Cons. - fuel economy sucks when in boost drinks like a v8, very loud exhaust note, can't keep my foot out the throttle bc of awesome sound (just me though), haven't seen really any noticeable performance gains off ots maps but haven't pro tuned it yet.
Posted by Unknown on
Started with 4in muffler deletes which look awesome. Had to get the catless downpipe and the midpipe. Needless to say holy hell its loud at WOT but not completly unbareable when crusing around. Sounds amazing and makes decent gains in power with cobb stg2 and supporting mods. Pro tune highly recomended.
Posted by Unknown on
The sounds is incredible, and the gains are amazing. The design is flawless and it fits, sounds and the gains were a lot more then the competitors. The power is amazing. I'm on E85 at 430 wheel torque on a 15 WRX. Can't say enough how amazing this is.
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