This is our track pipe for the new 2013-2016 BRZ/FR-S. The intent behind this is to provide the lightest option available for an axleback, now available with a 5" muffler and our 4" double wall slash cut tip!
This race pipe weighs in at 6lbs with the 5" muffler. Compare that to the stock brick of a muffler that weighs 26 pounds and you save up to 20 pounds!
To save even more weight, view the unmuffled Subaru BRZ/Scion FR-S Single Exit Track Pipe.
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Posted by Volatile Motorsports on
Exactly what we needed for the spec coupe car to meet weight and sound DB regulations. Doesn't sound bad, good quality and doesn't have that ricey look that most of the FRZ community wants.
Posted by andrew hofmann on
My frs was obnoxiously loud with a single exit muffler delete, JDL headers, overpipe, and catless front pipe.
You really cant beat the quality of nameless exhaust parts (especially for the price!)
This pipe made a pretty noticeable difference- (I didnt want a large muffler because they tend to ruin the sound of the car. I had a perrin catback that sounded gutless)
I also re installed the factory catted front pipe and it sounds amazing now.
Posted by Joshua Chen on
Vehicle: 2014 Brz
1. 100% worth its price.
2. Usually not as loud as other aftermarket exhaust for the 86, which is exactly what i wanted. (Might be a con depending on the individual)
3. Sounds great.
4. Very solid construction
5. Very easy installation
6. Still has the beautiful signature boxer engine gurgle.
1. When between 3000rpm to 4500rpm the exhaust gets REALLY freaking loud.
Overall this axelback was everything i hoped it to be, and it really made me love my brz even more. I have driven roughly 1000km with it and this exhaust is probably the best budget axel back in the market. If you had a low budget like i did and still want to do a muffler delete, look no further.
Posted by Josh Martinez on
I bought this track pipe for two reasons. 1. Less weight. 2. Better sound. It delivers in both areas. The weight is obvious. I was afraid it would be too loud, but it's not loud at all. The rest of my exhaust is completely stock and this muffler just makes everything sing. It sounds incredible and it's the perfect volume for daily driving. 100% worth every penny.
Posted by Pablo on
I bought this piece because funds are tight and I didn't want to spend the money for a new 5" resonated axle back. I use to have one I got from the forums and one of the mufflers broke inside, so the car was very loud and I knew I couldn't claim a warranty on it.
This piece is loud, but not as loud as the broken muffler. I have a full Nameless 3" header back system and I love it. Nice growl under 3K RPMs and it screams at WOT. I don't mind the noise, but others will probably think it's too much.
Posted by Unknown on
Before I purchased the muffled track pipe I had the Nameless Performance un-muffled track pipe, partnered with an Invidia catless front pipe, and Borla UEL header. It sounded awesome but was much too loud for daily driving, the first night we had installed it a police officer we were friends with showed up and said they received a call that someone was driving up the road while firing a machine gun (true story.) So not long after I contacted Jason at NP and asked if the muffled track pipe would quiet my car down without taking away from the rumble of the Borla, he assured me it would do exactly that. So I ordered and when I got it in the mail I was speechless, such beautiful engineering on such a lightweight axle back, and such a small part of the car. I installed it within 15 minutes and was thoroughly mpressed with how well it muffled the exhaust note without distorting it. It had perfected that deep, mean Subie rumble I was looking for. Great customer service, quick shipping, stunning and functional products, NP has yet to let me down. I have sound clips of both the muffled and unmuffled track pipes on my Instagram (@liftedbrz) if anyone is curious as to how much of a difference there is between the two.
Posted by Sean on
I got the muffled track pipe to add to my otherwise stock exhaust. It really brings out the aggressive sound I was looking for without being overbearing for a daily driver. It's definitely loud and drones a bit under 3k rpm, but after a couple hundred miles it calms down a bit and it's not an issue at all on the freeway. Sounds incredible at full throttle and was a breeze to install. Fitment and build quality are top notch. If you want more sound from your exhaust for a good price then this is the best bet, just don't expect it to be quiet or completely drone free.
Posted by Ray on
This little guy, 5" in length muffler gets the job done. My car currently has a JDL UEL catless header and JDL overpipe. It was paired with the BERK track pipe. This was just too loud for some of my passengers. People driving next to me thought I was racing every time I barely got into it. The is great for a quick swap at a local track day/ autoX if you wanna shave weight, 20lbs, and also meet the sound restrictions at certain locations. If you are running a header and completely catless but still are running the factory cat back, I suggest picking up one of these if you need to quite down the car. I was just a bit too loud at Arizona Motorsports Park when I was attending the local autoX event.
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