Megan Racing Axle Back - Titanium Tips | 2010-2014 Subaru Legacy 2.5i (MR-ABE-SLG1025-BT)

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2010-2014 Legacy 2.5i Axle-Back Exhaust by Megan Racing

Megan Racing offers an axle-back exhaust for Subaru Legacy 2.5i. Designed as a direct bolt-on to replace the stock piece, this axle-back system works in conjunction with the OEM Mid-Pipe and is easy to install within minutes.

Constructed of T-304 Stainless Steel and polished to a mirror finish, this Axle-Back system offers free-flowing performance over your OEM restrictive exhaust system. Being constructed of Stainless-Steel, this exhaust piece is much more lighter than your OEM system and offers increased Power:Weight ratio that plays an important role in your cars handling and performance.


  • T-304 Stainless Steel Construction
  • Single Muffler: 4" Burnt Titanium Tip w/ Included Silencer
  • 2.5" Piping Diameter
  • Direct Fit to Stock Mid Pipe


Please check local laws regarding the modification of the exhaust systems by checking the vehicle code for your state.


  • 2010 - 2014 Subaru Legacy 2.5i

What's In The Box?

  • 1 - Megan Racing Axle Back
  • Necessary Mounting Hardware
  • Instructions/Manuals (if applicable)
  • Warranty Information



Megan Racing 1 Year Limited Warranty

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Silencer is stuck.

The product is well made with high quality materials. The downfall is the silencer. On YouTube I see people just pull it out like nothing but for me I have bought a blow torch, a hook tool, and two different lubricants and have yet to be successful. The exhaust tip has become warped and damaged from trying to free the silencer (I have called meganracing and there technician had advised me to try these options). But now I am stuck with buying more tools to try and cut it out or take it to a shop and have them remove it. I wish I would have just gotten a nameless exhaust without a silencer.