How to plug a hole in your exhaust (not recommended)
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    How to plug a hole in your exhaust (not recommended)

    Ok so to make a short story even shorter, the weld holding the frontmost hanger to the catback has completely given way. Like a moron, I forgot to take a before picture. Anyhow...left with a hole the size of a quarter, my car sounded horrible. Took the opportunity to replace my HKS with a Borla Hush. While I wait for the muffler shop to finish my flat flange adapter, I still need to drive around not sounding like a damn Harley-Davidson. So I picked up a 3" fitting from the plumbing section at Home Depot. 5 minutes later, voila:




    DISCLAIMER: This is only a quick fix until I get my exhaust swapped out. I wouldn't recommend anyone actually doing this for a prolonged period of time.

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    dude, im gonna do that. its like a dump pipe. less backpressure. great idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by blahblah
    dude, im gonna do that. its like a dump pipe. less backpressure. great idea

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