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Old 04-28-2017, 11:22 PM   #101
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April 27, 2017

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What's being installed: Delta Motor Works Fast Track Axleback Exhaust

An exhaust on a subaru is a must. I went through a few variations on my previous WRX and loved the tone the EJ motor produces. It's like a budget friendly V8. Basically anything you put on it, it'll sound great. I knew if I ever got a Subaru again, an exhaust would be one of the first things I would do. After spending a little over 2 years out of one, I needed the rumble back in my life.

I flirted with the idea of a few options that caught my attention. However, I wasn't looking to spend 4 figures on an exhaust that basically is a metal tube for some sound. Horsepower/gains is and never should be a consideration when looking for an exhaust, unless you have a serious setup. Sure maybe it'll add a few numbers here and there for allowing better flow, but this "build" isn't a power seeker. Simply just a daily driver to tote around in everyday and have some fun.

If anyone knows my past, they know I am quite the exhaust whore, for lack of better words. I went through 9 different setups on my m3 and 3 different setups on my WRX. I am always after that perfect sound. Before I sold my WRX, I threw on a nameless muffler delete paired with the nameless resonated midpipe. I only got to experience that setup for 2-3 months before I sold the car. And of course it was my favorite setup of them all. Naturally, when I got this STI, I knew a muffler delete was what I would go after right away.

I want to keep this car simple and not get so far deep into it where I am sacrificing anything on the car. Throw a simple axleback on the car was the ticket for me as it allowed me to get that sound I needed, yet keep the car in nearly stock form. With that said, I headed straight to nameless performance. Unfortunately, the build time was something I wasn't keen on and I was hoping they wanted to work with me as I was a previous customer and promoted their product in the past. So, that lead me to broaden my search. I scoured the FS threads for a used 3.5", staggard/single walled muffler delete, but nothing came up that really caught my eye. They either had the 3" tips or they were just in bad shape.

I started wondering if there were any other companies out there that offered a quality, USA made exhaust for the STI. I came across a company called Delta Motor Works based out of the back country of Maryland. They have been fabricating and modifying Porches and Subarus since 2005. After taking a good look at their products, I decided to hit them up to see if they were interested in becoming a partner. After an email explaining my story, I got an response from Ben H pretty quickly. Right off the bat, I could tell this was a company I was interested in. They jumped at the chance to work with me and really made me feel like a customer they truly valued. After a few more emails back and forth, I decided on their Single walled Fast Track Axleback.

I decided on the single walled simply due to the fact is that double walled sure does look nice, but it makes the tip look smaller than they actually are. I prefer the simplistic look of the single walled, so I decided to check that as an option. Guys, they shipped the order out on Monday. I got it Tuesday. Granted they are a few states away, that is by far the fastest shipment I've ever gotten of an exhaust. If I went with a nameless, it would have been 4-5 weeks easily.

Got home from work with the unexpected package at my door and ran right into the garage to inspect the quality of this piece. Opening the box, I was greeted with an extremely detailed explanation of each piece and directions on how to install. It may be a small gesture, but it's those little details that count to me. Knowing the pride they take in their work really sets them apart. Decided to dig into the packing peanuts for the main event, I was pleasantly surprised with the carefully packed exhaust. Tips were bubbled and saran wrapped. Every point and bend was wrapped in bubbled wrap. Pretty awesome! It did travel a short way, so there was little chance for anything to get damaged, but I always appreciated proper packing.

After I got all the packing material off the exhaust, I sat down and closely inspected the pieces up and down. Welds, bends, and overall quality absolutely blew me away. The tips, sweet Jesus the tips. Absolutely a beautiful tip as it has the perfect amount of staggar and the perfect finish on it. I am not a big fan of chrome, shinny tips, so the brushed/raw metal look suited me perfectly. This thing was easily on par, if not better, than the nameless products. Extremely happy with the overall product and there was no question that this was a brand I was willing to support and proudly rock on my STI.

Decided to call it a night and install in a day or two so I could set aside time to install it correctly and not be rushed. After 2 days of excitement, I left the office early and got the car up on jack stands to get ready for surgery. Knowing I didn't have to crawl under the middle of the car excited me. Unbolted the stock cans in a matter of 10 minutes and I was ready to mount up the DMW mufflers.

Quality and craftsman ship can easily go a long way, but if the fitment was off, than we are missing the whole point. However, after looking these things up and down for a while, I knew fitment wasn't going to be an issue. Popped the hangers into the bushings and took a step back to see what these tips were going to look like. To my surprise, these tips tucked up SO nicely to the diffuser. Also, on of my favorite parts about these flanges is they use stock gasket! None of those crappy aftermarket crush gaskets everyone uses. These came with 2 brand new OEM gaskets. Lined up the midpipe to the muffle flange and didn't have the muscle anything in. Lined right up and threw the supplied 14mm bolts in. Holy. Crap. The fitment on these things blew me away. I didn't even need to make any adjustments! Tucked up ON OEM HANGERS perfectly and the tips stuck out the perfect amount. Even on left and right side of the tips. I even took took it back off and back on again to see if it would go back into the same spot. Sure enough, spot on fitment again. Another awesome feature these guys include are hanger collars. What these do is they slide onto the hangers and lock down so the bushings don't move. it locks that fitment into place. I thought that was a minor, yet awesome feature that was included.

Next came the driver side. I was weary that my first side went on so easily, surly the driver side would be all out of wack. NOPE! went on exactly the same way as the passenger side. Didn't make one adjustment at all. Spot on fitment right away on both sides. Smiling ear to ear, I bolted down everything for good and got the car off the stands to see what these bad boys looked like. These filled out the rear end perfectly and really tightens up the look of the rear end. The stock mufflers were very droopy and saggy, so something fitting so properly, made it worth it alone.

Ok, cool Chris. it fits great and looks nice. But how does it sound. Well, it rumbles. Oh yes it rumbles. Super deep tone that brings out that boxer unequal length header beautifully. Hopped in the car and took it for a spin. Laughing the entire drive and so pleased to be back in something that not only is fun to drive, but sounds just the way it should. Is it loud? Yes. Is it a 10/10 on loudness... yes. If that is what you are after, you'll be more than pleased. After getting on it to hear the pops and crackles, I decided to take the car on a more "normal" drive to see how it sounded in different driving scenarios. Windows up/down, normal acceleration, highway cruising. It really has a lovely sound in all driving aspects, but really shines at the top of the RPM band.

Does it drone? Simply, yes. It does. However, it's not the head rocking drone that you may experience in a cat-less straight pipped e46 M3 (ask me how I know), but it does have some drone under certain gears/load/rpm. But that is to be expected when you completely remove the mufflers from the rear end of the car. However, driving such loud setups in the past, I knew it can easily be controlled. Highway driving doing 72 MPH in 6th sounds nearly stock. No drone or unwanted noise. Just a smooth hum. It really only drones in the 2,800-3,400 range under load.

The true test was my kid and wife's reaction. It has to pass the family test as in the past I've taken cars "too far" and left my wife (and even myself at times) wanting to leave the car home and take the other car. However, my daughter didn't even bat an eye and kept saying "daddy car, vroom!" She even fell asleep on the drive, so it's safe to say it passed the kid test. Wife's reaction was "it didn't even sound much louder than stock." I am not sure if that is just her either a. being nice b. used to my loud cars or c. truly believes it's not much louder than stock. In any of those answers, I didn't care which was the reason, she was fine with it and that rounded out the family test with an A+.

Anyone looking for a solid exhaust company made in the great US OF A with great customer service, quality parts, and FAST shipping. There is no question you should take a gander at https://deltamotorworks.com/ You will be more than pleased with your entire experience as this is easily one of the best and easiest purchases I've made on any car I've owned. They offer other exhaust variations, so be sure to check out the other options. They have a serious single exit exhaust setup that sounds KILLER.

Thanks again to Ben and everyone at DMW. I can't help be rant and rave about their company as its something I stand behind day in and day out. Having a brand on my car that I feel would be an exact replica of how I would run a business makes it that much better.

Here are some pictures of the unboxing and install. I know, I know. No video yet. But I plan to sneak away for a little this weekend to get some proper clips of this thing in action. However, I am 100% sure all of you will be grinning ear to ear when you hear this thing.

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Old 04-28-2017, 11:23 PM   #102
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Old 04-28-2017, 11:23 PM   #103
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Old 04-29-2017, 09:56 AM   #104
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I am getting a WRX, maybe an STI (If the price is right) in September, my goal is the same as yours, I do not want to make power with mine, I just want an amazing sound, I was leaning towards the Q300 or the new R400 from Invidia but you just sold me on this Axel Back, it looks amazing and can you please post a video of the new exhaust please?
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Old 04-30-2017, 04:44 PM   #105
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Looks awesome Chris! Looking forward to whenever you get a chance to post a vid. Too bad they don't have a gr option.
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Old 04-30-2017, 09:18 PM   #106
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I am getting a WRX, maybe an STI (If the price is right) in September, my goal is the same as yours, I do not want to make power with mine, I just want an amazing sound, I was leaning towards the Q300 or the new R400 from Invidia but you just sold me on this Axel Back, it looks amazing and can you please post a video of the new exhaust please?
I too was looking at the invidia options, but I know the q300 doesn't have the best fitment on the VA's. Sounds good, but the fitment would bother me too much. The new R400 definitely was on my list, but again, I didn't want to spend too much, but I may try it out in the future if I get tired of the delete.

I will be posting a video of the car some time soon. I promise!

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Looks awesome Chris! Looking forward to whenever you get a chance to post a vid. Too bad they don't have a gr option.
Thanks bud. Hopefully I can get some time soon to get some clips. It sounds so good!

I wish they had GR options! Who knows, they seem to be pretty small at the moment, so they may spread out into the previous gen's in the future!
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Saw an axleback install.... Was excited but then didn't see a exhaust video clip
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Old 05-01-2017, 10:29 AM   #108
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A sad banana is a sad banana. Haha sorry bro. I wish I had more time this weekend to get some clips, but time got away from me and had a 100 things to get done. Hope to get something this week.
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Old 05-02-2017, 01:26 PM   #109
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The want for some new/proper fitting wheels is real. 18x9.5 in the et38-40 range. Most likely a 265/35 tire as I prefer a meatier setup. Most likely will be selling my stock STI wheels, so if anyone is interested, let me know!
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What will you use for a winter wheel?
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Old 05-02-2017, 01:37 PM   #111
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What will you use for a winter wheel?
I will be running an all season on the new wheel, so no need for 2 sets.
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right on, ive thought about doing that once the winter tires are done. Getting lazy.
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right on, ive thought about doing that once the winter tires are done. Getting lazy.
It's not really me being lazy per say. It's more of that fact that this car simply does not need summers. Does it help? Sure, but you won't notice a difference on the street. No sense in going back and forth on something with stock power. I rocked all seasons on my previous WRX and had just as much fun as I did with summers on any car.
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It's not really me being lazy per say. It's more of that fact that this car simply does not need summers. Does it help? Sure, but you won't notice a difference on the street. No sense in going back and forth on something with stock power. I rocked all seasons on my previous WRX and had just as much fun as I did with summers on any car.
This.

Continental DWS are great all seasons and I've been running them for a few years now. Plus I can work from home any time the weather is bad so I realized having a dedicated winter set at this point was just kind of silly.
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This.

Continental DWS are great all seasons and I've been running them for a few years now. Plus I can work from home any time the weather is bad so I realized having a dedicated winter set at this point was just kind of silly.
Yep! I ran DWS's and tried the Michelin A/S 3's. I was a larger fan of the DWS's. They impressed me greatly in the snow and all around weather. They actually have a newer version that I am most likely going to get for the new wheels. The Michelin A/S 3's were great in the dry/wet, but absolutely horrendous in the snow.

I too have the freedom to work home if the weather is bad and we are getting an SUV for the wife to tote the kids around in, so I am not too worried.

The only time I would consider having both a dedicated set of summers and winters is if I did track time. Which I don't see happening anytime soon, so I would rather invest in some proper wheels and good all seasons.
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I've had the DWS06 (new version) tires on my WRX for a little while now. In 265/35-18.

They've been fantastic in all weather conditions. Of course they're not as good in the snow as dedicated snow tires, especially in a wider size. But they're good enough to get around if you're taking your time.

I don't think you'd regret them.
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I've had the DWS06 (new version) tires on my WRX for a little while now. In 265/35-18.

They've been fantastic in all weather conditions. Of course they're not as good in the snow as dedicated snow tires, especially in a wider size. But they're good enough to get around if you're taking your time.

I don't think you'd regret them.
Thanks for the feedback. Yes, I ran the DSW's on my 13 WRX and was very pleased. We actually ran them on a previous car for my wife years ago and loved them. It's a good happy medium I think and it will suit the STI just fine for my needs.
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Continental DWS are great all seasons and I've been running them for a few years now. Plus I can work from home any time the weather is bad so I realized having a dedicated winter set at this point was just kind of silly.
I had dedicated winter setup (General Altimax Arctic tires) for a while. This past winter I got the DWS06's and for the amount of snow we received they did well.

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The only time I would consider having both a dedicated set of summers and winters is if I did track time.
That's the reason why I have two sets (summer & winter). Autocross would beat up my DWS06's very quickly.

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I've had the DWS06 (new version) tires on my WRX for a little while now. In 265/35-18.

They've been fantastic in all weather conditions. Of course they're not as good in the snow as dedicated snow tires, especially in a wider size. But they're good enough to get around if you're taking your time.
Yeah they did well for me this past winter. Granted (like I said above) we didn't have a bad winter this year in the Mid-Atlantic but they did the job for the small snow amounts we had.
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I'm saving up for a Tomei Catback for my WRX...buying all those LED bulbs put a little dent in my funds (had to buy the low-beam bulbs as well as the DRLs and fogs). That discount code and the free shipping they offer saved me like $45 though. Thanks!
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I had dedicated winter setup (General Altimax Arctic tires) for a while. This past winter I got the DWS06's and for the amount of snow we received they did well.



That's the reason why I have two sets (summer & winter). Autocross would beat up my DWS06's very quickly.



Yeah they did well for me this past winter. Granted (like I said above) we didn't have a bad winter this year in the Mid-Atlantic but they did the job for the small snow amounts we had.
Nice! Seems like the DWS's are popular around here. Well, I ran the DWS's on my 13 on the oem 17's and I plowed through 12"+ of snow no problem with them. That whole experience alone brought me to my conclusion today. Granted there are other variables that are important when differentiating different rubber types (such as stopping distance), I felt most comfortable on the DWS's if I wanted a one and done type setup.

Would I enjoy a winter and summer setup? Of course I would. I just don't find the need for it for my usage of the car. Who knows, maybe by the time I pick another set of wheels up, I'll be able to swing a summer setup and get some winter tires on the OEM's. Who knows!

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I'm saving up for a Tomei Catback for my WRX...buying all those LED bulbs put a little dent in my funds (had to buy the low-beam bulbs as well as the DRLs and fogs). That discount code and the free shipping they offer saved me like $45 though. Thanks!
Nice! Glad to hear people are using the code. Obviously the more kits you buy, the more savings you get. Hope you are enjoying the bulbs. They really are a great, affordable option. I am still loving mine.
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Really diggin these newer Enkei GTC01RR's. Anyone got a good place to get them?

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hit up josh @kamispeed

they look good in bronze as well
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they look good in bronze as well
the bronze does look good, but I prefer the gunmetal as I want to keep things simple. I had gold RPF1's on my WRX for about 2 months before I got tired of the flashy look. But, maybe it's because I am boring
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Really diggin these newer Enkei GTC01RR's. Anyone got a good place to get them?
IMO they're a better looking 57xtreme that we both rocked. I think they look amazing.
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IMO they're a better looking 57xtreme that we both rocked. I think they look amazing.
Yeah, I think they have a nicer look than the 57dr's. Very different styles, but it looks a lot cleaner. And I love the center caps on the enkei's. Super clean! Little bit more pricey than the 57dr's, so we'll see if I someone can give me a good deal. Offset is a little more aggressive as we are looking at a 35 offset as opposed to the 38's on the 57's. I ran 35 on my tc105n's and while it looked good, it was cutting it close.
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