Originally Posted by GriffithBuilt
Actually on the sedan I don't think the system is any louder than the Perrin cat back. We actually built a full length catback and decided to do these as a budget solution and when we heard the sound and tested the power there was almost no difference. Our catback ran a 3" in, Dual 2.5" out oval muffler with dual pipes from forward of the differential all the way back with no rear mufflers. And the axle back retained the low end torque that the catback lost.
Now on the hatch, whole different ballgame...the volume (cubic feet) of the actual hatchback and the arrangement of the outlet of the midpipe so close to the rear valence, this would be a whole 'nother level of loud. We do plan on designing a free flowing AxleBack for the 2011 Hatch utilizing a pretty novel anti-drone resonator system that does not impede flow. It'll be a few months (maybe 6 weeks).
I suppose it's about damn time for me to sign up for vendor status here :-)
Wow! so glad I found this thread. I've been looking around for an axel back for my 2011 WRX hatch and have been curious to learn more about Nameless. American made and down to earth guys, looks like it's worth the wait. I have a couple quick questions:
1. I see on your website that there are options for bushings http://shop.namelessperformance.com/...eback-exhaust/
What are these for and how many do you recommend?
2. What is the benefit (performance or otherwise) of single walled or double walled?
3. any forum discounts?!?