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This is a discussion on Nameless Axleback on my hatch within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hey all, I've been watching this Nameless stuff my self. I had a muffler delete made last year. It is ...

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    Hey all, I've been watching this Nameless stuff my self. I had a muffler delete made last year. It is louder than stock, but still makes the sound requirements for our Autocross club. Very easy to change out if needed. I am hoping they come out with a reasonably priced axleback, I get a bit of a drone at 70....


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    Wow it must sound nice with the muffled delete. I lime the nameless exhaust but for me I need the mid pipe to connect to my downpipe and since the nameless exhaust uses a magnaflow muffler I think im going to just get the magnaflow cat back system. All and all I figure they will cost about the same. I think its just easier to have one complete system instead of having to make a mid pipe and combine a few system. Just my opinion

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    Man, I can't wait to get a Nameless Performance axleback on my hatch! That sounds awesome! I'm a little worried it'll be too loud and overpower the hard work I've done on sound deadening, though.

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    It's not too loud at all. I think Jason said it was only 5db louder than stock. It's enough that you hear it, but not enough to annoy you after a long trip.

    I am very very happy with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xFalleNx View Post
    It's not too loud at all. I think Jason said it was only 5db louder than stock. It's enough that you hear it, but not enough to annoy you after a long trip.

    I am very very happy with it.
    Next time I visit my folks in NJ, I need to pay for lunch so we can meet and I can hear it.

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    Yea man whenever you come up next time let me know.
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    Any reason you went with the kartboy hangars? Would stock work okay? How about the ones Nameless sells on their site?
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    Okay,about the hangers.The stock rubber ones should be just fine.But I wanted some extra insurance that the axleback wouldn't move around during hard cornering.I came to this realization after they shipped the exhaust.The hangers they make should be the same since its the same material as the Kartboy hangers.But I needed mine to get here faster,thats why I ordered from TIC. +they came out cheaper with shipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamXp View Post
    Man, I can't wait to get a Nameless Performance axleback on my hatch! That sounds awesome! I'm a little worried it'll be too loud and overpower the hard work I've done on sound deadening, though.
    Quote Originally Posted by xFalleNx View Post
    It's not too loud at all. I think Jason said it was only 5db louder than stock. It's enough that you hear it, but not enough to annoy you after a long trip.

    I am very very happy with it.
    I'm an old guy with kids and that was my biggest concern. Even in the sedan version without mufflers at all, it's only loud in one situation, at initial cold startup when the revs go to 2000. Otherwise it's pretty darn quiet and there is zero of the weedwhacker type sound a lot of cheap exhausts have. It just sounds mean!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rage-wrx View Post
    Okay,about the hangers.The stock rubber ones should be just fine.But I wanted some extra insurance that the axleback wouldn't move around during hard cornering.I came to this realization after they shipped the exhaust.The hangers they make should be the same since its the same material as the Kartboy hangers.But I needed mine to get here faster,thats why I ordered from TIC. +they came out cheaper with shipping.
    Alright, going to save myself the money and just stick with stock unless I find I need to swap. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heide264 View Post
    Alright, going to save myself the money and just stick with stock unless I find I need to swap. Thanks.
    hey,how's that acrylic sump coming along?
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    You'll be fine with the stock hanger bushings. I left my stock ones on there and it fit perfectly fine.
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    I would love, but they don't make them for an 08 hatch FTW

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chudv23 View Post
    I would love, but they don't make them for an 08 hatch FTW
    They need a car to mock it up on so somebody in that area just needs to volunteer their car and they'll probably get a free exhaust. Volunteers?
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    Where are they located? I'll make a road trip!!

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