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Old 09-28-2013, 10:00 AM   #1676
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Anyone have photos of 4" single wall tips on a hatch?
No such thing. 4" tips are ONLY offered as a double wall.
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Old 10-01-2013, 04:42 PM   #1677
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Here's my catback setup : 4" double walled tips with 5" mufflers and a resonated midpipe. This configuration is perfect for anyone who wants something that won't bother the neighbors but will put a smile on your face when you step on it. Nice low rumble with pops and crackles on upshifts, downshifts, and under heavy load. Very little drone in low RPMs (similar to stock exhaust) and no highway drone what so ever.

For anyone that's thinking about getting this exhaust, I'd recommend saving up and getting the catback system instead of the axleback. The axleback alone had a much more noticeable drone at low RPMs but once I installed the resonated midpipe it refined the drone and made it much more enjoyable. Also, I'd recommend getting their bushings as well if you want the exhaust to seat properly against the valance. Enjoy the pictures!





What a great looking exhaust. You can def see the quality. Looks like this setup will run me about $1170 not including. With the standard 3" tips, which I think may look a bit small, it's $1000. Such high quality, but a heck of a lot more expensive than the TurboXS I'm weighing it between, at $600 shipped. I really want to decide soon, but I'm really torn.
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Old 10-01-2013, 08:28 PM   #1678
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Just remember you get what you pay for. Turbo xs has good quality. I know I had the catback but sold it for being too loud for me. I'm planning on going nameless in the next couple of months.
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Old 10-01-2013, 09:37 PM   #1679
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Anyone know what other brands of mid pipes that fit to the axle backs? I know you can mate the Agency power mid pipe
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Old 10-02-2013, 03:10 AM   #1680
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Just remember you get what you pay for. Turbo xs has good quality. I know I had the catback but sold it for being too loud for me. I'm planning on going nameless in the next couple of months.
Too loud as in interior drone, or it was too loud on the outside? I'm really torn because I love the craftsmanship of the Nameless, the sound seems great, the guys there seem awesome from my talks with them and that they are a local company. They obviously have a lot of support here on the forums. However, the TurboXS seems to have good reviews and good sound from the videos I've heard (limited value, I know), at $600 shipped is a helluva lot cheaper, and the tips look great imo. If the TurboXS is really a quality unit, then maybe the extra $500 would be better spent elsewhere, like the LC Lathe Werks shift knob and Hella Horns I want to get
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Old 10-02-2013, 12:02 PM   #1681
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Anyone know what other brands of mid pipes that fit to the axle backs? I know you can mate the Agency power mid pipe
I was wondering the same thing. I have an Invidia Q300 cat back mated to a ERZ downpipe on my 09 WRX sedan. The axle back was damaged, long story, but my mid pipe is still good. I was considering the Nameless axle back muffler delete or the Invidia N1 axle back. Can anyone confirm fitment on the mid pipe with the Nameless kits?
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Old 10-02-2013, 07:49 PM   #1682
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Too loud as in interior drone, or it was too loud on the outside? I'm really torn because I love the craftsmanship of the Nameless, the sound seems great, the guys there seem awesome from my talks with them and that they are a local company. They obviously have a lot of support here on the forums. However, the TurboXS seems to have good reviews and good sound from the videos I've heard (limited value, I know), at $600 shipped is a helluva lot cheaper, and the tips look great imo. If the TurboXS is really a quality unit, then maybe the extra $500 would be better spent elsewhere, like the LC Lathe Werks shift knob and Hella Horns I want to get
Exhaust videos are not the best references. I'd suggest finding someone local with a TurboXS setup and hearing it in person or go to your local meets and listen to different exhausts. The main reason I went with Nameless is because they handcraft all their exhausts and their attention to detail far exceeds other companies. Attention to detail = quality product IMO.
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Old 10-02-2013, 10:47 PM   #1683
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Too loud as in interior drone, or it was too loud on the outside? I'm really torn because I love the craftsmanship of the Nameless, the sound seems great, the guys there seem awesome from my talks with them and that they are a local company. They obviously have a lot of support here on the forums. However, the TurboXS seems to have good reviews and good sound from the videos I've heard (limited value, I know), at $600 shipped is a helluva lot cheaper, and the tips look great imo. If the TurboXS is really a quality unit, then maybe the extra $500 would be better spent elsewhere, like the LC Lathe Werks shift knob and Hella Horns I want to get
I'm not too sure about the drone as I didn't have it on long enough. You could definitely hear it nice and loud from the interior even with windows up and radio at 25. Ima ire you could hold a conversations still. Loud doesn't bother me so much but since it's my dd and I always have others in the car there's times where it was nice for it to be a little mellower. It's all about preference but the system was beautiful and the burnt tips were gorgeous.
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Old 10-04-2013, 02:24 PM   #1684
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Can anyone confirm if it'll mate/bolt to aftermarket mid-pipes? If so, which ones?
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Old 10-04-2013, 03:21 PM   #1685
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Just remember you get what you pay for. Turbo xs has good quality. I know I had the catback but sold it for being too loud for me. I'm planning on going nameless in the next couple of months.
Maybe their product has declined, but I had a TXS turbo back on my MY02 for nine years, not a single problem or spec of rust. Two year old Nameless on my MY11 is rusty. I was very impressed with the TurboXS fit and sound.
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Old 10-05-2013, 05:17 PM   #1686
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Maybe their product has declined, but I had a TXS turbo back on my MY02 for nine years, not a single problem or spec of rust. Two year old Nameless on my MY11 is rusty. I was very impressed with the TurboXS fit and sound.
Oh I wasn't bad mouthing. Their quality was very nice, just a little loud for my needs. I was talking to Jason over there and if you went with the magnaflow muffler that's probably why it rusted. Their in shop products are a higher quality s.s. That resists rusting. The magnaflow is just welded to their tips so the salts and weather will cause it to rust.
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Old 10-05-2013, 07:01 PM   #1687
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I was talking to Jason over there and if you went with the magnaflow muffler that's probably why it rusted. Their in shop products are a higher quality s.s. That resists rusting. The magnaflow is just welded to their tips so the salts and weather will cause it to rust.
That seems reasonable, the midpipe and flexy pipe are still clean. The Magnaflow was the only option when I got mine, it's pretty loud now that it is broken in.
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Old 10-06-2013, 05:47 PM   #1688
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Not sure if it's discussed in here. But is there any harm done to our cars running the delete? I'm new to the turbo scene, that's why I'm asking. I've got '13 sedan and just ordered the delete without putting much thought into it other than that I just want my car to sound awesome for cheap.
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Old 10-07-2013, 01:12 AM   #1689
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Not sure if it's discussed in here. But is there any harm done to our cars running the delete? I'm new to the turbo scene, that's why I'm asking. I've got '13 sedan and just ordered the delete without putting much thought into it other than that I just want my car to sound awesome for cheap.
It may harm your relationship with your neighbors if you have an early am job. That's about it.
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Old 10-07-2013, 06:01 PM   #1690
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It may harm your relationship with your neighbors if you have an early am job. That's about it.
Good! They've kept me up way too many nights. It'll be a nice 6am wake up call after one of their late nights.
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Old 10-07-2013, 10:40 PM   #1691
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Good! They've kept me up way too many nights. It'll be a nice 6am wake up call after one of their late nights.
The deletes are way too loud. Especially on the highway with a 5 speed. I would highly recommend getting mufflers.
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Old 10-07-2013, 11:34 PM   #1692
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The deletes are way too loud. Especially on the highway with a 5 speed. I would highly recommend getting mufflers.
Too late. If they're that loud, I'll just run them for a year or so and sell them. Either that or just swap the stock mufflers back on for trips. A lot of the time I drive a 67 mustang with flowmasters turned down right under me. I'll be ok.
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Old 10-10-2013, 07:24 PM   #1693
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I have the deletes and they really aren't too loud. Start up is but after that it's fine. I drove cross country with the deletes and the wife didn't complain but to each his own I guess
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Old 10-11-2013, 12:16 AM   #1694
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Too late. If they're that loud, I'll just run them for a year or so and sell them. Either that or just swap the stock mufflers back on for trips. A lot of the time I drive a 67 mustang with flowmasters turned down right under me. I'll be ok.
That's what I did. Had them on for a year and got just a bit too loud. Went to the 4" mufflers. The deletes are fun while they last though
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Got my deletes! Wow, they're loud. I instantly went from 6 to midnight, if you know what I mean. My wife doesn't seem to mind the noise. My son thought he was on a roller coaster or something. The drone on the interstate put my daughter to sleep. 'Merica.......
Took about 15 min in all. Still have to try and get the drivers side straighter. The quality is freaking amazing. Mad props to NP for such a quality piece. But yea, these won't be on mine for more than a year. I'll have my fun then probably upgrade to the 5" system. It'll be my advancement gift to myself.
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Old 10-12-2013, 09:25 PM   #1696
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Anyone got any tips for adjusting the deletes? One side hangs down lower than the other. Do I need to start bending things? I don't want to, but I will.
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Anyone got any tips for adjusting the deletes? One side hangs down lower than the other. Do I need to start bending things? I don't want to, but I will.
Put hose clamps around the hangers and tighten them.
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Put hose clamps around the hangers and tighten them.
I like it! I honestly thought about taking the hangers off and using heavy duty zip ties. But I thought would be too redneck.
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Old 10-27-2013, 12:18 PM   #1699
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Just to verify - there is no need to flash/accessport when installing just an axle-back, correct?

Torn b/t the 5" muffle or magnaflow, and the 3.5 or 4" tips for my hatch.
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Just to verify - there is no need to flash/accessport when installing just an axle-back, correct? Torn b/t the 5" muffle or magnaflow, and the 3.5 or 4" tips for my hatch.
Correct no need for a flash. Only if you are adding a downpipe then it's necessary.

I have a hatch an just ordered the magnaflow with 3.5. The 4" is nice though but didn't want to spend the extra for rolled tips. I will post once mine comes in. I ordered at night on the 18th and it already waiting to get picked up.

Depends if you plan on doing a midpipe and downpipe if you want 5inch or magnaflow
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