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Nameless Performance Axle Back Single Wall Neochrome Tips
Subaru WRX 2015+ / STI 2015-2018
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct proudly stocks a great selection of aftermarket quality performance exhaust systems and products brought to you by Nameless Performance.
On this page, you are looking at the Nameless Performance Axleback Exhaust System. This is an axleback system that incorporates 5" mufflers to make this example one of the more quieter options.
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Installed this last night, with just a garage light and my cell phone, and it was still super, super easy. Put the car up on ramps or jack stands, 2 bolts on both sides, spritz a little WD-40 on the hangers and slide the stock mufflers right off. Pop off the old gaskets, reverse the steps with the new hardware, align the tips, tighten the bolts, and you're done. Before I talk about sound, note I have a Cobb catted DP on a 2018 STi. The sound is great, very raw and aggressive with none of the tuned in overtones from other systems. It is loud, anyone who says it's close to stock has hearing issues, but it does NOT drone. You WILL hear it at highway speeds as you vary throttle input, but it's not intrusive, it doesn't resonate with the car, and it's easy to mask with music or a lighter touch on the go pedal. In fact, when cruising at highway speeds with light throttle input it's dead silent. I had no problems talking to my toddler in the back seat and hearing her babble back. The only oddness I need to get used to is feeling it, it vibrates the car a bit.