We are proud to offer our axleback exhaust for the 2008+ Subaru WRX STi Hatchback/5 Door and the 2011+ Subaru WRX Hatchback/5 Door. Our goal with this project was to develop a high flowing, low-drone design when combined with a full TurboBack Exhaust.
The result was a 3" into dual 2.25" axleback featuring quad double wall staggered tips, all stainless TIG welded construction that is Handbuilt to Order in America. This design also has the benefit of perfectly even flow from the right to left as well as out of each of the four tips. No biased flow here like you may find on muffler designs that use a baffled internal resonance chamber.
Each axleback comes complete with a new hardware kit for installation.
Questions about tip style? Click HERE
For comparison purposes we will use a scale of 1-10 for volume, 1 being stock and 10 being no mufflers.
Please keep in mind that we only trust extremely skilled craftsmen to build your parts. Qualified welders who are able to meet our standards in both fit and finish are extremely hard to find and as a result are very expensive. The end result is the highest quality, most functional product that is also a work of art worthy of a gallery.
This will not work with the SPT Dealer upgraded Catback
We include a gasket that combines with the stock gasket to adapt this 3" axleback to the stock midpipe.
Finally, here are the Beta Test Notes written up by the local GR hatch owner who ran our prototype testing.
If you are looking for the cat-back, here is a link to it: 2008-2012 Subaru STi/2011+ WRX Hatch Back Quad Tip Cat-Back Exhaust
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 Jarred on
I was undecided for a while if I wanted the full on muffler delete with 3.5 inch double wall tips but I decided on 4 inch muffler with 4 inch tips. I couldn’t be more happier with it. The 4 inch tips fill out the space in the rear nice and have the exact cut to them I like. The 4 inch mufflers are loud enough, have no drone, and comes with some backfire.
Posted by Tristian on
Purchased the catback setup, it sounds super good. Not to loud. Not quiet. Pops and rumble are insane. Would recommend this company to anyone. These guys are awesome and make some incredible exhaust setups. 4” mufflers with 4” tips is the way to go!
Posted by Fred Holzwarth on
It was very simple installation and beautiful double wall tips that look great. Sounds just right.
Posted by Tom on
Exceptionally well made! Fits perfectly. Looks and sounds great! Highly recommended.
Posted by Brian on
Absolutely love the sound. It's not overly too loud, but definitely not quiet. I can drive through my neighborhood (nice area) at night/early mornings without pissing the neighbors off. It makes all the good rumble noises.
I was debating the 4" mufflers vs the 5" and I'm glad I got the 4" mufflers. Also, the 4" tips is the way to go. Fills out the rear nicely.
Posted by Dave Johnston on
I've lived a long life and I've spent a lot of money on things. Things that I thought would bring me happiness and enjoyment. If you are like me you will admit that, like me, most of those things don't provide what you hoped for. This exhaust, this muffler delete, is something so simple. After all, all they did was delete the muffler and replace it with nothing (except some empty pipes).
I came off a GTI for four years on which I had purchased and installed an aftermarket Magnaflow system. I was looking for my "sports car" to sound like a sports car. Well, what a disappointment it was. So quiet was it, I referred to it as an "old man" exhaust. (No offense meant to anyone; I myself am old...).
Eventually I tired of the GTI with it's front wheel drive characteristics (torque steer) and decided it was time to move up. So, I found a 2013 WRX hatch with 11K miles. Bought it, drove it for three months, and was so dissatisfied with the sound of the car (may I say it was actually depressingly suppressed?)
I knew I had to do something; I was not enjoying my car. So I did the normal thing; read all the forums; listened to countless YouTubes. Finally bought the axle back delete. My life has changed forever. What a wonderful sound my car makes now. THIS is why we own WRX's. Don't even think twice. You will be shocked at how that boxer sounds. You will feel like you've found a secret, and you will feel sorry for all those "normal" people driving their silent cars around.
Posted by Hunter Fales on
You will not be disappointed with Nameless Performance! This product in particular is the perfect exhaust to bring your Subaru alive. I went with the 5" mufflers and it is very reasonably quiet at low RPM's, but just screams when you let it loose! No drone, no burbling, very refined sound. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in getting that awesome Subaru rumble without being overly loud and obnoxious.
On a side note, Nameless has great customer service as well! I bought an earlier model of the axleback exhaust and after 4 years I had a small issue. I contacted NP and connected with Tyler. He was great to work with and hooked me up with a sweet deal on a replacement!
Posted by Simon Woo on
This sounds awesome! It has a nice rumble without the tin can sound. When I first got it, it was very load and there was drone at around 2 - 2.5K. But this has mellowed after about two months of driving and I've been on a 5 hour trip and it was a trip with just a nice low rumble.
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