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Old 10-16-2013, 08:46 AM   #2476
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Here is a sound clip of my 2011 WRX hatchback with a muffler bypass (crossover as some exhaust flow can go into the muffler also). I have a vacuum actuator squeezed between the muffler inlet and the drivers side outlet tip. originally I wanted it to only be louder when I was boosting but it turned out sounding good so I leave it open all the time as it is in this video.

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Old 10-16-2013, 09:24 AM   #2477
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Installed my nameless axleback delete yesterday...sounds awesome with the COBB downpipe but the girlfriend isn't a fan. Thinking about selling it after only 2 days =(
Install a new girlfriend.
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:30 AM   #2478
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That girlfriend won't always love you, the car will.
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Old 10-16-2013, 12:09 PM   #2479
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I noticed the Nameless Sedan CBE doesn't have a flex joint in the mid pipe, where as the Q300 and others have one. Is this necessary? The stock exhaust system does not have one either, to my knowledge. The nameless downpipe has one for the wastegate pipe though, which doesn't seem to have much of a purpose, other than making the pipes line up better during welding.

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Old 10-17-2013, 12:00 AM   #2480
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I read some not so good info a few pages back about the quality of cnt's exhaust, for the hatch im assuming which is kinda making me hesitate. You guys know anything?
I thought it was the TurboXS quad that was having "quality" issues. I need to go back and read because the CNT quad and the TurboXS quad are the ones I'm going back in forth on.
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Old 10-17-2013, 01:09 AM   #2481
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I thought it was the TurboXS quad that was having "quality" issues. I need to go back and read because the CNT quad and the TurboXS quad are the ones I'm going back in forth on.
Have you considered the Q300? I like the looks of the CNT quad also, but worried about quality and it being too quiet. The turboxs looks no better in terms of quality, than the CNT, and its $300 more.

I really want the nameless cbe system, but I don't like any of the tip options. I would buy the Q300 right now if it weren't for the complaints of it being too quiet.
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Old 10-17-2013, 01:21 AM   #2482
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I thought it was the TurboXS quad that was having "quality" issues. I need to go back and read because the CNT quad and the TurboXS quad are the ones I'm going back in forth on.
Some one made a comment about them using cheap parts and what not, it was just a few pages back. Im still thinking of just going for it though. Having trouble finding/getting anything used haha.
Did anyone happen to order the cnt?
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Old 10-17-2013, 09:51 AM   #2483
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cnt's only issue id give it is that the flexpipe started ripping apart, quality was good, and ive had my TurboXs exhaust for almost 8 months now with no issues. i kept hearing that a pinhole the size of a thread in the midpipe was making people have "rasp" chances are what was giving them rasp is that they didnt tighten all the bolts up completely. i have mine mated up to a CNT catless dp with no issues

also TurboXs doesnt have a flexpipe in it, i like it better that way.
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Old 10-17-2013, 10:10 AM   #2484
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I noticed the Nameless Sedan CBE doesn't have a flex joint in the mid pipe, where as the Q300 and others have one. Is this necessary? The stock exhaust system does not have one either, to my knowledge. The nameless downpipe has one for the wastegate pipe though, which doesn't seem to have much of a purpose, other than making the pipes line up better during welding.

Can anyone elaborate?
The nameless midpipes use a 3" donut gasket style flange to connect to the downpipe. This allows for flex in the system and therefore no need for a flexpipe.
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Old 10-17-2013, 02:01 PM   #2485
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I have the Nameless Magnaflow on mine and I must say that it was worth it. The welds are amazing and the fit and finish was very well done. Sounds different with ELH and without a resonator and I have had about 4 or 5 compliments on it within the month that i have had it.
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Old 10-17-2013, 07:26 PM   #2486
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Have you considered the Q300? I like the looks of the CNT quad also, but worried about quality and it being too quiet. The turboxs looks no better in terms of quality, than the CNT, and its $300 more.

I really want the nameless cbe system, but I don't like any of the tip options. I would buy the Q300 right now if it weren't for the complaints of it being too quiet.
I've definitely considered the Q300, but the price is a bit much for me. Maybe I should just save a little longer. Sometimes you get what you pay for
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Old 10-17-2013, 07:50 PM   #2487
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I noticed the Nameless Sedan CBE doesn't have a flex joint in the mid pipe, where as the Q300 and others have one. Is this necessary? The stock exhaust system does not have one either, to my knowledge. The nameless downpipe has one for the wastegate pipe though, which doesn't seem to have much of a purpose, other than making the pipes line up better during welding.

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The nameless midpipes use a 3" donut gasket style flange to connect to the downpipe. This allows for flex in the system and therefore no need for a flexpipe.
Is a flex pipe really that necessary? The Greddy EVO3 doesn't have one nor a donut gasket. I was thinking about deleting mine
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Old 10-17-2013, 10:57 PM   #2488
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Is a flex pipe really that necessary? The Greddy EVO3 doesn't have one nor a donut gasket. I was thinking about deleting mine
The evo3 looks really nice, but I can't justify spending that much money at one time. At least with the nameless system I could buy the sections separately.

I could be wrong, but I thought someone said the evo3 favors right side of the piping. As in, it gets more exhaust gases than the left side. Also I think the tubing after the Y is too big around.
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Old 10-18-2013, 08:26 AM   #2489
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I've definitely considered the Q300, but the price is a bit much for me. Maybe I should just save a little longer. Sometimes you get what you pay for
Two of my friends have hatches and one has the Q300 and the other the turbo xs. Without knowing the cost I would still say the turbo xs is better. I have the q300 on my sedan and love it but if I could have gotten a turbo xs for my car and saved a few hundred I would have for sure.
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Old 10-18-2013, 08:51 AM   #2490
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Just to throw another exhaust out there since not many STis have them. Type One Racing Sparrow. I love the sound...no drone, had a coach on the track comment on loving the sound too. At the time of the video, no other mods

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Old 10-18-2013, 09:07 AM   #2491
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Just to throw another exhaust out there since not many STis have them. Type One Racing Sparrow. I love the sound...no drone, had a coach on the track comment on loving the sound too. At the time of the video, no other mods Video Link: http://youtu.be/VMD21uELKIk
I'm assuming not many people have it because it's $1400.
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Old 10-18-2013, 10:36 AM   #2492
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I'm assuming not many people have it because it's $1400.
True. But I thought I would add it to the list since I saw some comments on titanium tips and such. Luckily for me, it came on the car when I bought it. So I didn't have to fork over the cash.
Also, that is only a couple hundred more than some of the other favorites that are on the list. Some people may pay for exclusivity.
There are plenty of cheaper options though, I agree.
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Old 10-18-2013, 11:00 AM   #2493
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Two of my friends have hatches and one has the Q300 and the other the turbo xs. Without knowing the cost I would still say the turbo xs is better. I have the q300 on my sedan and love it but if I could have gotten a turbo xs for my car and saved a few hundred I would have for sure.
Where are you getting these prices from? Q300 is around $910-970 depending on where you get it, and the tip options. The turboxs is $999 everywhere I have seen it.
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Old 10-18-2013, 11:14 AM   #2494
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The evo3 looks really nice, but I can't justify spending that much money at one time. At least with the nameless system I could buy the sections separately.

I could be wrong, but I thought someone said the evo3 favors right side of the piping. As in, it gets more exhaust gases than the left side. Also I think the tubing after the Y is too big around.
I was just commenting about the flex pipe.

By the time you add 4" tips and mufflers to Nameless catback it's about the same as what Evasive sells the EVO3 for(if you call, not advertised price). More if you buy everything separate.

The Greddy is 80mm (3.1") piping all the way through so it is bigger than most after the Y pipe)
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Old 10-18-2013, 11:22 AM   #2495
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Check out Boston Motorsports for the TXS
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Old 10-19-2013, 12:22 AM   #2496
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Check out Boston Motorsports for the TXS
That is for 08-10 (dual tip), not 2011+ (quad tip)
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Old 10-19-2013, 02:27 AM   #2497
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That is for 08-10 (dual tip), not 2011+ (quad tip)
http://shop.bostonmotorsports.com/Tu...ust_p_769.html
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Old 10-19-2013, 10:20 AM   #2498
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I've been posting about the sedan exhaust. I wonder why its so much cheaper for the hatch. Its $999 everywhere for the sedan.
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Old 10-19-2013, 06:30 PM   #2499
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a few videos of the TurboXs Catback w/ CNT Catless Downpipe. Very Humble Sound. Mature. TurboXs Cold Air & TurboXs BPV as well



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a few videos of the TurboXs Catback w/ CNT Catless Downpipe. Very Humble Sound. Mature. TurboXs Cold Air & TurboXs BPV as well
Thanks for posting those. Sounds REALLY good IMO!
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