Exhaust gaskets on Hondas are usually the ring type. These tend to get
crushed into a groove on the end of what's officially known as the B pipe
(the middle exhaust pipe). Sometimes you can pop these out with a small
screw driver. However, sometimes you need a small sharp cold chisel to get
under it though be extremely careful not to damage the B pipe. Hint, the
ring gaskets are pretty soft while the steel of the B pipe flange isn't so
if you're hammering away at it then your probably attacking the wrong thing
(a few light taps should be all that's necessary to get under it and then
pop it out with a screw driver).
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