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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by beerglass, Jun 16, 2006.
It will look good Si
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Mine was factory ordered with no badges. Actually I just wanted to loose the 2.0T etc etc but when it came it was minus the A3 badge too. I rather like it.
Funnily enough I would never have dreamed of debadging my Octavia RS. I loved people to know they'd just been smoked by a Skoda
there's actually two badge deletion options on the options list - engine badge deletion (which deletes the engine badge, funnily enough!) and model badge deletion (i'll leave you to work that one out). Unless you ask for one or other specifically, most dealers just check both boxes.
Na, doesn't look "cleaner" at all imo. I like to know whats under the bonnet.
that is assuming you can trust the badge on the boot....
definitely get the pics up simon when you get it all done!
People have saying "oooohhh quattro" to me. Most of them have no idea what it even is, but they know the name from the rallying days.
I want people to know that I'm driving a diesel - its the future.
They look at the arse of my car and think of this
i get my car back on thursday so ill post pics then
deisel and quattro don't mix in my opinion!
Debadged mine last weekend. Took all of 10mins with some fishing line and white spirit.
I much prefer the clean look without the badges. Will post some pics up this weekend.
I debadged my car, it looks "cleaner" without the badges...
Tommy your car looks nice. I like it!
On my 106 GTi I used a heat gun to remove them, 2 second job and no mess on marks.