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Old 07-15-2011, 10:26 AM   #1
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Default Aetherfury Video - Nameless Performance Axleback Installed in 2011 Sedan

I figured I would post this over here too since I haven't seen a lot of sound clips for Nameless Performance. Of course what post of mine would be complete without a completely overdone video!

I am going to do the mid-pipe next to see the sound difference and then I think I'll be buying their downpipe when they release it. I like the way they are doing the "piece your exhaust together thing" since I have a toddler which means I don't have much money any more haha.

Super easy install, I didn't even need to jack up the car because of the ground clearance in the back. Four bolts, four hangers.


As others have said- I think it's a good idea to get two new gaskets since they are only a few bucks each and my stock ones were destroyed just from 7,000 miles. I didn't get new bolts, and I don't think they are necessary.


I chose quad staggered double-walled tips and flush with the bumper.



Sound clips in the video, of course recorded doesn't do it justice vs in person.


Here is the reason I have to buy my exhaust in three separate pieces (but I guess she's worth it haha) rocking out her new Recaro seat:


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Old 07-15-2011, 10:48 AM   #2
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hah nice job

hows the cabin sound when cruising around 70-80?
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Old 07-15-2011, 11:12 AM   #3
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Your videos are epic! I still watch your intake video just for a laugh. Nicely done again!
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Old 07-15-2011, 11:20 AM   #4
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That video is great. Legs FTW.
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Old 07-15-2011, 12:05 PM   #5
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Awesome video. Any other mods on your car?
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Old 07-15-2011, 12:22 PM   #6
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Thanks guys!

06AWD- I just have the axleback, accessport and the sf intake for performance stuff. Running the cobb stage 1+SF 93 oct map.

Hakira- The drone (for me and my wife) is better than the stock. Now real low bass frequencies bother me, so that is why I think it drones less than stock. It is louder, but not as annoying.

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Old 07-15-2011, 01:08 PM   #7
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That video is awesome. Well done sir!
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Old 07-15-2011, 01:27 PM   #8
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06AWD- I just have the axleback, accessport and the sf intake for performance stuff. Running the cobb stage 1+SF 93 oct map.
Ah, that's what I was hearing. How does the car feel running Stage 1? The axle back (cat-back when it's ready) and that map, are what I plan to do before the end of the summer.

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^ I have a full 3" CBE and running the AEM CAI, and I can tell you the Stage 1+ map on 93 Octane is INSANE. It is a totally different car and a must-have. Do it!!!
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I have been reading that the OTS stage 1 map from Cobb has fairly substantial increases for the 2011 compared to previous years. I can tell you that while I felt a small improvement in performance on my 2006 WRX at stage 1, it was nothing to write home about. Wasn't really happy until I went stage 2. I'm looking forward to seeing and feeling the differences on my 2011.
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Old 07-15-2011, 05:37 PM   #11
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I'm dying to go stage 2, but the difference is really minimal so I'm staying stage 1+ aem for now. You will be totally blown away.

End thread jack :-) but seriously...check out the SF intake video if you haven't seen it yet. So sweet.
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Great follow up to the first video!! Sounds great especially with the Cobb intake.
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is it possible for this to fit an 09 wrx sedan? its gorgeous and i want it.
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is it possible for this to fit an 09 wrx sedan? its gorgeous and i want it.
You will need to cut your rear valence to fit the quad tip exhaust.
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Yeah Midevil is right. iirc the 2009 had smaller cutouts in the bumper but you could bug Jason @ Nameless and see if he will just weld tips that would fit onto the pipes, or see if they are developing for your car.
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is it possible for this to fit an 09 wrx sedan? its gorgeous and i want it.
We actually have a product for the 2008-2010 WRX Sedan that is very similar to these, it features a double wall, straight cut set of tips that fit well in the rear valance of the 2008-2010. We make these tips in house by hand, and they are entirely tig welded from T304 Stainless:





They are also $299/pair, but can only be ordered over the phone right now. Our website is going through a major overhaul and all of our new products are going to be on it when it is launched.

Until then we can be contacted at: 360.263.5001 or at [email protected]

We also have a hatch catback available now, plus a sedan midpipe, muffled sedan midpipe and divorced downpipe in the works - each of these are about 1-3 weeks out at this point, all prototyping and dyno runs have been done, etc.

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Did you use your old gaskets when installing your exhaust?
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Did you use your old gaskets when installing your exhaust?
I believe he mentioned he purchased new ones, but I would also like to know: if you ordered the gaskets online, would you mind posting a link? I just ordered the NP axleback and did not even think about replacing the gaskets (I'm 100% new to the mods game)
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Did you use your old gaskets when installing your exhaust?
When I installed mine, I reused the old gaskets. I only had about 5000 miles on the car, so they came off clean when I pulled off the stock axleback.
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