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BLACK AUDI BADGES

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by a3motion, May 11, 2009.

  1. a3motion

    a3motion audi a3 s line 2009 model

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    I want to change the back badges on my ibis white audi to Black, I.e. the audi emblem, A3 badge and the s line badge to black,

    any one know where i can get them

    thanks
     
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  3. Hastie1776

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    This is what Ive been sent before for black Audi Black parts. I'm sure someone will double check for you so please wait! as Its not my info!.

    [FONT='Verdana','sans-serif']-rear audi rings - 8E9 853 742 2ZZ
    -front audi rings - not sure on this, dont think its available?
    -side sline badge - 8N0 853 601 A
    -rear 2.0T badge - 4F0 853 743 K 2ZZ
    -rear 3.2 badge - 8P0 853 743 D 2ZZ
    -rear quattro badge - 8H0 853 737 2ZZ
    -front quattro badge - 8E0 853 736 B 2ZZ
    -front sline badge - multiple part numbers:
    4F0 853 736 A 2ZZ (says chrome)
    4F0 853 736 A VUJ (says black/chrome)
    8E0 853 736 C 2ZZ (says chrome)[/FONT]
     
  4. Hastie1776

    Hastie1776 Member

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    :sign_plug:

    Plus if you want a Black Edition Grill, (no chrome) I will have one for sale in couple of weeks.
     
  5. a3motion

    a3motion audi a3 s line 2009 model

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    lol dont worry about it mate nothing to be ashamed of lol

    not really interested in the black grille prefer the chrome
     
  6. Tommy

    Tommy Makinen...ha

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    Why dont you just paint the badge yourself?
     
  7. a3motion

    a3motion audi a3 s line 2009 model

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    not to good with stuff like that ill probably **** it up
     
  8. scottie123

    scottie123 (●̮̮̃•̃) (●&#

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    well you are going to have to buy new ones anyway, so why not have a go at your ones first.

    you never know, you may be a natural :)
     
  9. Boydie

    Boydie Boycie
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    you cant mess it up

    you just prime it with spray paint and do the same with a sating or gloss black, leave to dry, put on

    the biggest mistake you can make is only sticking it on!!
     
  10. Tommy

    Tommy Makinen...ha

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    Id sand it down before you prime it though lol

    Take your time and it will come out fine, lots of thin coats is better than 1 thick one!
     
  11. firebobby

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    No need to sand it, make sure it's clean, use some thinners. Then, a coat of etching primer or two. Last of all spray your prefered finish, satin, or gloss.
    regards
    Dave
     

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