I've noticed you Spec drivers debadging your rides. I was wondering why you guys do this, I think those badges look sweet! If I could have afforded the Spec V, the badges would have stayed on my Molten Silver one (the one I wanted).
the second day i had my Spec-V i just took off the "SENTRA" emblem thats all.. i wanted to buy a Spec-V one and put it there and it so happens that at my dealer the guy said each one of those "emblems / stickers" are like 20 dollars.....THATS INSANE!!
Guys, I do not really feel that debaging stuff either. Were I come from (back in 1988) kids used to steal emblems off of cars and sell them to other people. It looks tacky if you asked me, though you did not. As for the sleeper look. . . How quick/powerful do you REALLY think a Sentra is, and what are you sleeping? Mo-Peds certainly NOT a Supra! I guess people rip off the labels because they can, back in the day the label were stick on so if you removed them you would remove your paint too. lol though guys, look tough in whatever you do. I'm not the enemy, just a Sentra owner too.
Though I haven't done it yet, I have been planning to take off the front nissan badge on my grille. It's large and obnoxious and I plan on replacing it with an SE-R badge to give it the skyline GT-R look. All of the other badges can stay where they are.
this is sorta of unrelated but regarding the process of debadging the b15s. Is the nissan emblem in the back just held by an adhesive? or are there prongs on the emblem that'll reveal two holes in the back of my trunk?
The day after I bought my black spec I took both front and rear nissin badges off. I left the rest. Also, I have painted both front grills to match the rims. The rear badge is just stuck on with double sided tape. There are no holes in the trunk on the spec. The front can be taken off by carefully clipping the back off the badge.
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