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De-Badging ?

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by Turkster, Nov 19, 2011.

  1. simon.m

    simon.m Active Member

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    ok the holes your talking about are as james says galvanized and all done at the factory now im not saying you cant drill a hole and cover it and protict it but that not the holes i thought youed come back with to be fair and thought we was talking about out side unless you put the blind there lol
     
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  3. BahnStormer77

    BahnStormer77 BahnStormer

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    I'll bear it in mind if I can't afford that A6 Avant S-Line and need to get the MUCH cheaper Skoda Superb "Excellence"....

     
  4. marktdisport

    marktdisport Active Member

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    does anyone have a ( a4 1.9tdi ) red i badge they would like to sell me i wanna put some back on mine.......please contact me by pm with your price etc if so
     
  5. Seeker_UK

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    Mine's got the 2.5TDI & Quattro badges missing. Whether they were removed or the car was ordered debadged, I wouldn't know.[​IMG]Personally, I hate the missing badges - I think it looks odd and I don't mind people knowing my car drinks at the dirty pump and besides, when you start it up, no-one's going to be fooled into thinking it's a 3.0 or S4....Does anyone know if you can still get the badges from Audi?
     
  6. quattrojames

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    I'm sure you can.
     
  7. sgi

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    [​IMG]

    Did mine on Sunday. I think it looks cool
     
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  8. crazy88

    crazy88 Loving the anonymity

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    It's not to hide it. If I had an s4 id still debadge it. Its a personal preference to the look of the car and I personally find the rear badges too messy.
     
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    Vehicle Badges - Stoke Audi Parts

    There you go!
     
  10. quattrojames

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  11. simon.m

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    how much for the s.line one £23 man thats a lot ebay do the same thing for next to nothing comperd to that and they are metal ones
     
  12. Daniel97

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    What do you all use to do this?

    Just whipped the badges of my Avant ..

    Used a boiling kettle and a credit card but got loads of **** left on the car :mad:

    Any ideas?
     
  13. ScottD3

    ScottD3 I want your faulty electronics
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    I used a Toffee / Caramel Wheel in a cordless drill and some polish.
     
  14. Daniel97

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    Oh lol i don't have one and don't really want to have to buy one :(
     
  15. ScottD3

    ScottD3 I want your faulty electronics
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    There is other ways but this is the easiest.

    Tar remover works well I think.
     
  16. deanski

    deanski wax on, wax off

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    simon.m Active Member

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    Go pinch your misses nall polish remover dab it on nice and wet mate or some petrol if u can lay your hands on it
     
  18. Daniel97

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    nail polish remover? Really lol - won't that damage paint?

    somebody just told me mayonnaise or wd40 lol? :S
     
  19. Turkster

    Turkster Bro.Paul 2.5TDI Quattro Sport

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    very smart! must get my kettle on and get my ones off asap, been meaning to do it for weeks, just life is not always on your side when you got bits to do,
     
  20. marktdisport

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    i need to find some badges still as i want mine badged back up
     
  21. simon.m

    simon.m Active Member

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    no it will be fine as you are just using it to lift the sticky bits off the paint have done it on many cars with no problems at all. the manyonnaise will eat right into the paint thou if your hungry lol
     
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  23. simon.m

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    i have my old ones floting about sone where pm me if and ill dig them out mate
     

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