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PLM ( Private label Mfg. ) Axle-Back exhaust also known as Muffler Bypass, Muffler Deletes, or Track Pipes are made of tig welded stainless steel, lightweight compares to factory mufflers, and sounds amazing!
V2 (Version 2) now fits 2021 models and features a more aggressive, bigger, better 4" stainless steel exhaust tips.
The piping of this track-pipe has an OD (Outer Diameter) of 2.5" / 65mm ending with dual 4.0 inch single wall staggered tips.
Dual exit for the most direct exhaust path, with easy & quick 15-minute install using only hand tools.
Options:Blue-Titanium Burnt TipsorPolished Tips
For Subaru WRX/STi VA 2015 -2021.
Direct bolt-on easy installation to OEM mid Y pipe
This product will NOT fit other aftermarket exhaust systems
Will NOT fit SPT model.
2.5 inch, 16 gauge, stainless steel, mandrel bent pipe
Precision CNC Mandrel Bent
4 inch single wall staggered tips
OEM style exhaust hanger rod constructed
High quality hand TIG welding
Lightweight compares to the factory mufflers
One year limited warranty
CNC machined flanges
Flange is .38" / 3/8" thick
18 gauge on the stainless steel piping. Measured at .049" to .050"
Title says it all. These were super easy to install, and just give the exhaust a little more bass and volume. I initially bolted the driver side on and then the passenger, only to realize that the tailpipes were touching the plastic trim on the driver side. After loosening the bolts and giving it a wiggle, I was able to move it so it was no longer touching.