exhaust leak - how do I seal it & question on coring stock exhaust
well, I couldn't find anything in the search that helped me much. I've seen discsussions on slight leaks in your exhaust cans, but my cans leak bad. Story; I cored the stock cans by sliding the covers down and cutting off the end. Now that I've put it back together after the coring, it leaks all around the cover. The outer can was never intended to be used to hold exhaust in, the inner can did that - before I took a hacksaw to it. now the question is, how do I seal up this puppy?
2nd question. I have another set of stock exhuast pipes and I was thinking about coring them as well - thinking about not using the ones above and using these. I've taken a different coring route with these - I've drilled the end caps and now I have a honeycomb looking thing in the tail pipe. The outer part of the ring cam out but the issue is that the inner part of the ring is welded to the inner pipe. Can anyone think of a way to get something in there to cut off the pipe and thus getting rid of the ring as well? I have a dremel - but don't have anything in the tool kit to get in there.