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Old 01-03-2015, 10:18 PM   #1451
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The n1 style systems quiet down once they warm up. When cold they'll make your ears bleed.
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Old 01-04-2015, 12:50 AM   #1452
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I ordered the magnaflow 3" on amazon for a ridiculously low price in november....found out it was made out of 409 ss and cancelled the order. Don't need my exhaust looking like a rusty 10 year old mess after one winter. Bought the tsudo instead...and its really really nice.
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Old 01-04-2015, 01:33 PM   #1453
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That's what they want you to think. I was told the same thing and here I am 17 weeks later with no axleback. I haven't met anyone whos waited that long besides one other person and he got his last week, so mine must be close.
I would be raising absolute hell with them. 17 weeks is insane. You might try reaching out to Ryan or Jason in the 2015 group on facebook.
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Old 01-05-2015, 03:31 AM   #1454
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Anyone have a DP and muffler delete setup or a link to a video of one? Just want to hear how it sounds....
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Old 01-05-2015, 02:38 PM   #1455
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Catless J-Pipe, Stock midpipe, stock catback.
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Old 01-05-2015, 02:53 PM   #1456
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Catless J-Pipe, Stock midpipe, stock catback.
What brand j pipe do you have?

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Old 01-05-2015, 02:58 PM   #1457
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What brand j pipe do you have?

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Old 01-05-2015, 03:09 PM   #1458
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Who else sells an axle back but nameless and ets?
Pretty sure that might it in regards to an axleback.
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Old 01-05-2015, 10:36 PM   #1459
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""We are working on those parts right now, so you would be placed on the next production run for those parts. Our current average for the 2015 axlebacks is at around 8 weeks unofficially, based on our current order quantity for those parts. The only way we can guarantee a spot in a production batch is to get the part on order, and we will be instituting new maximum batch quantities in the near future to better estimate build times."

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Old 01-06-2015, 03:06 AM   #1460
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I would be raising absolute hell with them. 17 weeks is insane. You might try reaching out to Ryan or Jason in the 2015 group on facebook.
Would you happen to have the link to the page?
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Old 01-06-2015, 07:49 AM   #1461
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Would you happen to have the link to the page?
Search 2015 WRX & STi Owners on Facebook. Its a group that has 1,900 members.
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Old 01-07-2015, 11:31 AM   #1462
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Would you happen to have the link to the page?
Here ya go
https://www.facebook.com/groups/649009331839449/
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Old 01-07-2015, 04:15 PM   #1463
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I'm looking on Nameless and Subispeed and the Axleback exhaust is on back order from 4-8 weeks. Is there any updates on when they will be available quicker? Or another brand to get sooner. Thanks
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Old 01-07-2015, 04:44 PM   #1464
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I was one of the first to order a Nameless exhaust for my 2015. I placed the order the day they showed up on there website and waited 13 weeks for it to come in. The wait is well worth it, as the quality is incredible. I knew going in it was going to take a long time and it did. Nameless is a very small shop with only a handful of guys working and several different platforms that they cover, meaning they are made in batches(usually where the wait comes from). They just recently moved to a newer/bigger shop and are making changes to decrease production times, but these things take time. There customer service is top notch and they are more than willing to let you know how far along your order is if you give them a call. Some people will see the long wait and go elsewhere but those who wait will be very pleased.
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Old 01-07-2015, 04:45 PM   #1465
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Order from rally sports direct. Placed an order dec 16th received exhaust Jan 2nd. Subispeed is a little slow when it comes to filling out orders even with in stock items


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Old 01-07-2015, 05:17 PM   #1466
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Catless J-Pipe, Stock midpipe, stock catback.

Thanks, sounds very nice!
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Old 01-07-2015, 06:03 PM   #1467
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I was one of the first to order a Nameless exhaust for my 2015. I placed the order the day they showed up on there website and waited 13 weeks for it to come in. The wait is well worth it, as the quality is incredible. I knew going in it was going to take a long time and it did. Nameless is a very small shop with only a handful of guys working and several different platforms that they cover, meaning they are made in batches(usually where the wait comes from). They just recently moved to a newer/bigger shop and are making changes to decrease production times, but these things take time. There customer service is top notch and they are more than willing to let you know how far along your order is if you give them a call. Some people will see the long wait and go elsewhere but those who wait will be very pleased.
Unacceptable. I understand its in house, custom built but still pisses me off it is a minimum of 8 weeks (at least ) to get an axleback... :-/


Why do I hear people saying that Nameless is slow with communicating? That's not good customer service..
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Old 01-07-2015, 06:27 PM   #1468
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Unacceptable. I understand its in house, custom built but still pisses me off it is a minimum of 8 weeks (at least ) to get an axleback... :-/


Why do I hear people saying that Nameless is slow with communicating? That's not good customer service..
Yeah when people are waiting longer for a few metal tubes than the actual car it's going on, you aren't providing good customer service. Nor are you going to make cashflow that will sustain/grow your bidnezz
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Old 01-07-2015, 06:42 PM   #1469
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Unacceptable. I understand its in house, custom built but still pisses me off it is a minimum of 8 weeks (at least ) to get an axleback... :-/


Why do I hear people saying that Nameless is slow with communicating? That's not good customer service..
Nobody is telling you to buy from them. If you don't want to wait cancel your order and buy a different exhaust. I believe the problem is they got to big to fast and can't handle anywhere near the amount of volume that they currently have. And I can't speak for some peoples bad customer service experience but mine was great. I called Ryan 3 or 4 times while waiting for mine and he was always willing to help.

I know you are upset at the long wait times(been there done that) but every review on the web of Nameless says the same thing, great product but be prepared to wait.
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Old 01-07-2015, 08:12 PM   #1470
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Nobody is telling you to buy from them. If you don't want to wait cancel your order and buy a different exhaust. I believe the problem is they got to big to fast and can't handle anywhere near the amount of volume that they currently have. And I can't speak for some peoples bad customer service experience but mine was great.
If you cancel your order to you have to pay a fee.... :-/ Yeah...
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Old 01-07-2015, 08:27 PM   #1471
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If you cancel your order to you have to pay a fee.... :-/ Yeah...
That's lame
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Old 01-07-2015, 11:55 PM   #1472
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Catless J-Pipe, Stock midpipe, stock catback.

SickNasty - Thanks for the vid. Since sound quality is so subjective, can you describe the difference from stock? Keeping the intermediate seems like it's less "raspy" which I like. Also what tune did you use. I'd like a mild increase in sound over stock w/o sounding to "tingy"

I'm thinking of this mod + ap + brentuning e-tune.

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Old 01-08-2015, 04:34 AM   #1473
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SickNasty - Thanks for the vid. Since sound quality is so subjective, can you describe the difference from stock? Keeping the intermediate seems like it's less "raspy" which I like. Also what tune did you use. I'd like a mild increase in sound over stock w/o sounding to "tingy"

I'm thinking of this mod + ap + brentuning e-tune.

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When i first started it up after install the first thing i noticed in the shop was the turbo spool sound.

The exhaust sound inside the car has went up by very little at idle and driving around town. When you go WOT, it sounds about the same too.

Now, when you are standing behind the car like this video, thats when you can really notice the difference and that the car isnt stock, which is what i like. Im almost 100% positive that if you get the intermediate pipe with a high flow cat the turbo spool sound will get louder and the exhuast volume will increase too. With that mod there will probaly still be no "tingy" noise as you said.

Either way i love the way it sounds, i didnt want to be loud as crap driving around. The sound is similar to stock but with that spooling noise we all love.

Tune: I first used Cobb TBE stage 1+ to get from the shop to my house. I ran that for about two days and immediatly hit up Brentuning. I am on rev3 now and its waaaaaaay smoother than cobb and power delivery is damn near instant.

Overall, its a win win for me. Id suggest it for people who want to be the silent assassian!
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Old 01-08-2015, 06:48 AM   #1474
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Unacceptable. I understand its in house, custom built but still pisses me off it is a minimum of 8 weeks (at least ) to get an axleback... :-/


Why do I hear people saying that Nameless is slow with communicating? That's not good customer service..
You obviously have no clue how manufacturing works broham. They are a very small company, they can't just buy a new factory on a whim just because a bunch of people rushed out to get 2015 wrx's. They should be faster to communicate but they are obviously just overwhelmed. They can't just click on the whip their slaves harder button like the other exhaust manufacturers.
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Old 01-08-2015, 09:57 AM   #1475
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That's lame
Yes it's lame. I understand where they are coming from (business wise) just to make sure they don't have extra product laying around BUT I'm sure it will sell. People are waiting a long time.

I saw that Ryan (@ Nameless) made a post on the 2015 WRX & STi Facebook Group about having extra axleback's on the shelf (guess they made too many?) but I'm sure they are already gone by now.

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You obviously have no clue how manufacturing works broham. They are a very small company, they can't just buy a new factory on a whim just because a bunch of people rushed out to get 2015 wrx's. They should be faster to communicate but they are obviously just overwhelmed. They can't just click on the whip their slaves harder button like the other exhaust manufacturers.
No I don't. I understand they are a small company and can't just buy a new factory. Yes I understand they are overwhelmed. Did they not expect the fast growth?

I thought they were expanding?
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