How does one remove the badging without ruining the paint or the badging itself? Those with experience please reply.
It is the same as with the Suzuki SWIFT GT for Geo badging. Nothing is worst when a little geo on steroids passes a Acura or Honda ricer. LOLRUgoinup said:Chill out spitter, just thinkin about cleanin up the back. By removing the Dodge & the SRT-4 emblems most won't have a clue what just flew by 'em. Inexpensive theft deterent as well, along with my license plate frame "Thou shall not steal - My Automobile!
Oh its raining there now and not here :lol: grats on the car and the ricer look j/kRUgoinup said:My first mod! :lol:
I did the rear (Dodge + SRT-4) last night and it looks super clean and now the car looks very mysterious to the uninformed.
All they are is bendable plastic stickers. I used a blockbuster video car and I started from the top of the left side of the letters and used a downward right motion and they came off easily. My garage was hot which may have loosened them up a bit. I used a little alcohol to get the small amount of goo off. There is a slight ghosting effect where the letters where but I'm sure a little wax/buff will remove that.
They are still in good shape if I choose to re-apply them later. :wink:
I'll post pics as soon as it stops raining here!
I didn't know that was rice too, if you read the reasons I stated before you'll see why I did it.daytonagts said:grats on the car and the ricer look j/k
It is not a ricer way to remove any badging but to add a hundred piecesRUgoinup said: