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Nameless Performance Single Exit 3in Track Pipe ( Part Number:NAM RSPD035)

Nameless Performance Single Exit 3in Track Pipe - Subaru STI Hatchback 2008-2014 / WRX Hatchback 2011-2014

MODEL # NAM RSPD035
Manufacturer Part # RSPD035

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Description

This is Nameless Performance's track pipe for the 2008-2014 STI and 2011-2014 WRX Hatch Back. The intent behind this is to provide the lightest option available for an axleback. They included a gasket that combines with the stock gasket to adapt this 3" axleback to the stock midpipe.

This race pipe offers maximum weight savings and a considerable volume increase as well. 

This is for stock exhaust fitment only. 

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Specifications


Brand: Nameless Performance
Exhaust Orientation: Straight Exit
Includes Catalytic Converter: No
Installation Hardware Included: Reuses OEM
Piping Coating: No
Piping Flex Joint: No
Piping ID: 3.00in
Piping Material: 304 Stainless Steel
Silencer Included: No
Tip Material: Not Included
Tip Shape: None
Tip Size: Not Included

Mfgr. Warranty: 1 Year
Condition: New Product
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Cheap, light noise
swede.imo99532 10 months ago
I had considered an axle back exhaust before, but the cost and lack of real performance gains had kind of turned me off. I just started autcrossing this year, and have found that it can be hard to hear what the engine was up to with the stock exhaust. I was impressed when I saw this bare-bones, lightweight alternative to muffled systems from Nameless. I have always thought the quad exhaust was a little silly on a car with a single midpipe, so seeing an inexpensive system that would reduce weight and complexity while allowing me to hear my engine checked all the boxes. RSD had the package to me up here in Alaska in less that a week. Installation was really easy, despite a couple corroded bolts. While the end is nicely deburred, it still sticks a couple inches beyond the factory exhaust garnishes. I'm planning on cutting it back a couple inches in the near future. The sound is really nice, with a throaty rumble. I may put the stock exhaust back on after the season is over as a courtesy to my neighbors, but nobody has mentioned it yet, so I may leave it on.
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Nice! Tho' ghetto-look
Dailycurb 1 year ago
Try to find an axle-back that is cheaper and looks OEM, because this is what you'll get with this one. A basic pipe that deletes your muffler for one driver-side 3 inch pipe, and releases that glorious Subaru rumble. I did this on my own in about 30 minutes, using penetrating spray on the bolts, dishsoap on the hangers, and two 14mm ratchets; all without lifting my car. NOTE - on my 2013 hatchback, the pipe stuck out almost 2 inches from the bumper, so I had to saw and file the tip to look more flush.
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good sound for cheap!
TKEHLENBECK60531 2 years ago
gives in a minimal look with a huge weight saving! Love the sound with a stock exhaust, i would recommend a kartboy hanger to prevent a burn bumper.
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The exhaust system actually worth getting.
Yoro721 3 years ago
I purchased the 4 tip version through Nameless; my previous setup was a dual Invidia N1 cbe, and the volume and drone were getting old. Despite being a muffler delete, using the stock mid pipe actually makes this setup much quieter than the N1. Nevertheless, the track pipe's exhaust note is amazing, yet much more tolerable on highway drives exceeding 70 mph. No, this unit is not as sexy as the quad tip cbe or axlebacks, however performance/function wise this unit saves your vehicle 30 lbs. tl;dr: it's light, it rumbles, cost effective, infant and wife approved.
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  • Q: How loud is this?  Yoro721 3 years ago

    Answer

    How loud is this axle back compared to the Invidia Dual N1s?


    • A: This still retains the stock midpipes and resonator and is not nearly as loud as the N1, but with it removing the factory mufflers it still brings out a decent amount of volume in the exhaust.


      Nick S. 3 years ago
  • Q: aftermarket exhaust  agsutinromano1075328 3 years ago

    Answer

    will this work on a invidia race exhaust?


    • A: This track pipe will not fit with Invidia midpipes because they are not the same length as stock.


      Zach G. 3 years ago
  • Q: Aftermarket exhaust  agsutinromano1075328 3 years ago

    Answer

    Would this fit if I have a invidia race exhaust?


    • A: This track pipe will not fit with Invidia midpipes because they are not the same length as stock.


      Zach G. 3 years ago