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.
This race pipe weighs in at an anorexic 3 pounds. Compare that to the stock brick of a muffler that weighs 26 pounds and you save 23 pounds.
Also available with a 5" muffler and 4" double wall slash cut tip
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 Cullen on
Bought the pipe for the weight savings and to better hear the car with helmet on track. Well worth the small investment as it did both perfect.
Posted by chris on
the track pipe was loud after instalation but after a few days the exhaust became less louder but when you put your foot to the floor the note is so much agressive. i dont have the problem of heaering the old exhaust note at high speed because i changed my intake system (k&n intake). And only took me 20 minutes to install it, the only thing is that their are no gaskets and bolts so i had to reuse the oem ones that were a bit damaged and the next time i have to unbolt it, it would be difficult because my oem bolts are nearly round
Posted by George Colllins on
Including digging out the tools/jack/stands, it took me 22 minutes to install. The sound is great; exactly what I anticipated/hoped it would be. Probably louder (with a little more drone) than a lot of people would like, but for the shenanigans-inducing noise I was looking for, it is perfect. Below is a link to the car running/driving with it installed.
Posted by Kelly H on
Bought this for my brother in law for Xmas. I told him that's it's sacrilegious to put any other exhaust on a Subaru. It's a cinch to install, and he loves the sound of his car now.
Posted by Kennedy on
Bought the track pipe with the plan of removing my resonator and replacing it with a piece of straight pipe when I put on the track pipe. I did that and I love it. When you want it to be loud and you put your foot down it'll scream but if you're gentle with the throttle its just as quiet as any other exhaust. The track pipe really is a quality piece of work. I would reccomend it to anyone looking to wake up their exhaust a little bit. I can't comment on how it is with the stock resonator in place but without the resonator it sounds amazing!
Posted by Cory on
I thought I was going to be completely changing the characteristics of my exhaust and have something unmanageably loud. Not even close, the pipe just seems to let the exhaust breathe a little easier, and give it a bit of growl. There is a small amount of drone at 50mph but it's not unbearable. As far as cops are concerned I haven't had any issues as of late, shift into a higher gear and keep below 2k rpm and it's nearly silent. 10/10 would recommend. Excellent service aswell.
Posted by Unknown on
I installed this on my FRS A/T which is otherwise stock. The track pipe makes it sound amazing - much better than pricey catbacks the price!. It growls, screams like a banshee on spirited drives. It burps and burbles on downshifts,...the car has just taken on a new character. Only downside is the drone @2500rpm on highway cruising. I just have to slow down to around 2000-2100rpm in highway drives. But hey. it is a TRACK PIPE afterall.
Posted by DangyD on
The nameless track pipe is a fairly easy to install, weight saving solution for the 86 platform. Basically, it replaces the stock dual tip muffler with a more direct, stainless steel piping. I had this on my '14 gt86 for about 2000 miles before I replaced it with a full catback system. Why you ask? Well... this thing drones, especially above 70mph (which obviously isn't too much of a concern if a track-build is your primary aim). There is also a bit of rasp, especially towards the top of the range, but not too bad, but for the slightly more adult enthusiast, this becomes tiring quickly. You should buy this product if: a) You are looking for a cheap, light weight solution to add a little growl to your 86 and save some weight too (I believe about 20lbs). b) Really want to piss off your neighbors with the cold-idle every morning. You should not buy this product if: a) You are looking for actual power gains, like with a catback b) Are looking to minimize drone, especially at highway speeds c) Have the oem sound system and like to hear it at highway speeds.
The track pipe is not intended for normal road use, and is intended both as a weight savings for track use and also to be loud enough to gauge revs with a helmet on without looking at the dash. It also is dyno proven to pick up a few horsepower at the wheels by removing the restriction from the OEM muffler.
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