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This is a discussion on Badge delete within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Got the hatch done. Does anyone know of a way to remove the WRX from the grill, or does it ...

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    Got the hatch done. Does anyone know of a way to remove the WRX from the grill, or does it take a grill replacement?
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    looks great. All it takes is some good 'ol elbow grease to remove the front emblem. I used pliers to bend and snap mine and it didn't do any damage to my grille.

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    Don't know if I'm brave enough to try that yet lol.
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    Just take the whole front bumper off and remove the grille emblem from the back. It takes about 2 mins to get it off. I did it Saturday by myself to install upper and lower grillcraft grilles. Removed the old badge off the old grille so I could stick it on my toolbox.

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    There really isn't any need in removing the front bumper unless it just makes you feel safer in doing it. Post pics of the final result.

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    Did mine, it was a simple snip snip

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    Yeah I slowly broke mine apart with needle nose pliers - no damage to the grill

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    all you need are wire cutters snip down the middle. Taking the bumper off is not that difficult also good to know if you want install Hella's or even FMIC
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    Looks very sharp. I was thinking of doing the same to my '13 4-door.

    What's your technique? Bodywork skills required, or just some elbow grease? Thanks!

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    Just elbow grease. Honestly I only used my fingers and water to get everything off.
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    remove the grill, and snip the tips of those black nubs.. then slide that little washer off.. theres '3'

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