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Old 09-20-2012, 08:14 PM   #1476
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lol, i did ask that but i quickly took it off realizing i already saw it.

One more question for people that have tried both deleted muffler and muffled, is there a big difference in the sound if ya is it worth 100$ more for muffled? I dont mind loud but I dont want to be annoying loud to neighbours.
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If your staying axle back the deletes will be fine however if you go turboback it will be flipping loud.
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Old 09-20-2012, 08:20 PM   #1477
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ya im kinda wanting the same answer ^^ but i feel like im leaning towards the muffled version.
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Old 09-20-2012, 08:26 PM   #1478
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ya im kinda wanting the same answer ^^ but i feel like im leaning towards the muffled version.
same, unless i find out muffler delete isnt that much of a difference

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If your staying axle back the deletes will be fine however if you go turboback it will be flipping loud.
im asking about axle back between muffled and muffler delete is it a big difference in sound?
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Old 09-20-2012, 08:29 PM   #1479
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same, unless i find out muffler delete isnt that much of a difference

im asking about axle back between muffled and muffler delete is it a big difference in sound?
Only slightly sound starts earlier and some rasp for the delete. Otherwise no. The big difference comes when you add the midpipe and downpipe.
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Old 09-20-2012, 09:02 PM   #1480
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Does anyone know if the nameless midpipe come standard with 4" or 5" muffler on their option list? I tried emailing them but it's been a week and no response : /

Also anyone have experience with cnt downpipe and nameless midpipe?
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Old 09-21-2012, 09:00 AM   #1481
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I never had the delete, nor have I heard it in person. But after the 4" was introduced, the amount of deletes that went up for sale from people wanting to upgrade to the muffled version was incredible. From reading posts, it sounds like the delete has a bit of drone and some raspiness.
I bought the 4" and there is absolutely none of that with my setup.
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Old 09-21-2012, 01:35 PM   #1482
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Does anyone know if the nameless midpipe come standard with 4" or 5" muffler on their option list?

The midpipe isn't an "option", but rather it's own product. You can buy the midpipe by itself, or you can buy their "cat-back" bundle which includes the midpipe and an axelback together.

EDIT: If you are asking if you can have a muffler installed on the midpipe, then the answer is no. The midpipe has the option to have a resonator installed, but no mufflers. The midpipe is right on their site so you can find it and check out the customization options there if you still have questions.

Regarding the resonator, Nameless explained it to me that the resonator takes some of the rasp off the sound, but it does not have an affect on the volume. The way to mitigate volume is through the axelback mufflers.
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Old 09-21-2012, 09:36 PM   #1483
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The midpipe isn't an "option", but rather it's own product. You can buy the midpipe by itself, or you can buy their "cat-back" bundle which includes the midpipe and an axelback together.

EDIT: If you are asking if you can have a muffler installed on the midpipe, then the answer is no. The midpipe has the option to have a resonator installed, but no mufflers. The midpipe is right on their site so you can find it and check out the customization options there if you still have questions.

Regarding the resonator, Nameless explained it to me that the resonator takes some of the rasp off the sound, but it does not have an affect on the volume. The way to mitigate volume is through the axelback mufflers.
Actually you can that is how people have 4 mufflers on their cat back. 2 on mid pipe and 2 on axle back. It is a 184 option...I just don't know if they are 4" or 5".
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Old 09-21-2012, 10:28 PM   #1484
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The extra mufflers are on the Y pipe, not the mid pipe. You can opt for either 4" or 5" mufflers on both the Y pipe and/or axle back. I have 5" mufflers in both places with a resonated mid pipe. It's the quietest option available.
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Old 09-24-2012, 11:38 AM   #1485
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I assumed the midpipe for hatch/sedan was the same, but it seem's that is not the case. http://shop.namelessperformance.com/...hatch-midpipe/ has no muffler options, which is where I was coming from.
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Old 09-24-2012, 07:56 PM   #1486
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Today i purchased the 4" muffled axleback with 3.5" double wall staggered tips. Can't wait to get them on!!! Is this excitement worth it? LOL
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Today i purchased the 4" muffled axleback with 3.5" double wall staggered tips. Can't wait to get them on!!! Is this excitement worth it? LOL
Over the stock muffler... YES!
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Old 09-24-2012, 09:21 PM   #1488
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Today i purchased the 4" muffled axleback with 3.5" double wall staggered tips. Can't wait to get them on!!! Is this excitement worth it? LOL
i just ordered mine last friday, im excited
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Old 09-25-2012, 05:24 PM   #1489
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Great job Nameless Performance. I'm pretty sure I've been running the Nameless Axleback exhaust the longest here (as the OP) and I've gotta say it's still holding up great. I've got it matted up to a Perrin hi-flow catted downpipe on a stage 2 Torqued Performance map and it sounds amazing. I'd pick up the Nameless Performance midpipe but I've got no money

Glad everyone's enjoying their exhausts!
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Old 09-27-2012, 01:07 AM   #1490
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So I still can't decide what to get for my 12 WRX. I've heard plenty of sound clips for the nameless without mufflers, but are there any WITH the 4" and 5" mufflers?

I want a little of the subie rumble but nothing crazy loud that drones and ends up driving me crazy.
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Old 09-27-2012, 01:11 AM   #1491
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And what does staggered and double walled mean?
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Old 09-27-2012, 01:18 AM   #1492
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So I still can't decide what to get for my 12 WRX. I've heard plenty of sound clips for the nameless without mufflers, but are there any WITH the 4" and 5" mufflers?

I want a little of the subie rumble but nothing crazy loud that drones and ends up driving me crazy.
Yes, search this thread, there are a few...
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Old 09-27-2012, 02:15 AM   #1493
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And what does staggered and double walled mean?
Staggered means the inner tips stick out further than the outer tips, basically contour with the curve of the bumper more. Double wall means the tips are thicker, instead of just thin like stock.
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Ok I went through the thread a little bit and am not liking how low the tips sit. They sit way too far away from the bumper.

Is this still the case (I was seeing this on posts a few months old)?
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If you look 1 page back, you can see the solution to getting the tips closer to the bumper.
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Ok I went through the thread a little bit and am not liking how low the tips sit. They sit way too far away from the bumper.

Is this still the case (I was seeing this on posts a few months old)?
Get the flush option, they're extended and don't hide under the bumper as much.
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Ok I went through the thread a little bit and am not liking how low the tips sit. They sit way too far away from the bumper.

Is this still the case (I was seeing this on posts a few months old)?
I posted pictures of my car with the staggered 3.5" double wall tips tucked up close to the bumper on page 59. I plan to get back under the car this weekend to make some minor adjustments so I will be sure to snap some more pictures of how I pulled the tips up and aligned them. It's not very hard and it's actually quite cheap to do.
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Old 09-27-2012, 12:41 PM   #1498
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Here's a couple pics of mine, 3.5 single wall staggered:



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Old 09-27-2012, 01:11 PM   #1499
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how long does it usually take for nameless to ship the product?
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I am looking to get the axle back delete for my 08 Sedan WRX. I am wondering how much louder it is than the stock exhaust. I am not looking for that much louder of a sound but also am going for a better look and sound than the stock one. Anyone get them put on a stock car? And is it a little step up over a super loud jump.
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