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Pics wanted of Audi rear badge options

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Phil-1, Feb 12, 2014.

  1. Phil-1

    Phil-1 Well-Known Member
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    I am thinking of changing the rear badges on my Monza silver. I have seen smoked Crome, black and mat black. Not sure what would look, Does anyone have any pictures?
     
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    i think matt black would look good :yes:
     
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    Thanks
    I was also thinking Matt black, but not sure as I want to do something with the front grille I was thinking black edition with smoked Crome rings for the front.
     
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    image.jpg I did mine a few weeks ago. I couldn't upload a photo earlier as i was at work :)
     
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    Thanks
    Will try and get a picture of mine tomorrow with the standard badge.
     
  7. Sidhu88

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    I plastidipped my rear badge. £18 for a can. prep it, mask it, spray it, peel excess. Happy days. And if ever u wana put it back to normal u can just peel it off
     
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    I can get both Matt black and smoked Crome for £9.

    Might just order a new one and stick it on.
     
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    Fair enough. Just seemed easier to me in the case of applying and removing.
     
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    I don't know anything about plastic dipping. I would also like to change the front grille to black.
     
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    Google/youtube it

    I had a chrome grill, brushed aluminium roof rails, chrome mirrors and chrome rear badge. I masked everything up, used a degreaser and cleaned everything then used plastidip to paint everything. Ive had it that way for over a year now with no problems. Everything was done in place aside from the mirrors. No need to remove anything
     

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