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This is a discussion on New clean pics...STi grill, hoodscoop, and debadging! within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally posted by jedimaster Can this mod be done in the winter outside? I would do it around the time ...

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    Originally posted by jedimaster
    Can this mod be done in the winter outside?
    I would do it around the time you wash your car...of course with it being winter, that time may be hard to find. It'll take you longer to eat up the adhesive though, that's for sure.
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    Originally posted by jedimaster
    Can this mod be done in the winter outside?
    I was wondering the same thing. But I would think that the paint might chip easier since it's cold. I'm waiting until spring.

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    debadging

    Sweet car! I just got a 2002 wrx and am looking to remove the subaru decal on the trunk. How do I go about doing that without damaging the look of the car?

    Thanks.

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    Re: debadging

    Originally posted by fast17lane
    Sweet car! I just got a 2002 wrx and am looking to remove the subaru decal on the trunk. How do I go about doing that without damaging the look of the car?

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    use some fishing line and some go-gone...thats how i did it..be very careful and slow about it... go gone the decal and string and slowly pry it off...everone has their own technique
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    Re: debadging

    Originally posted by fast17lane
    Sweet car! I just got a 2002 wrx and am looking to remove the subaru decal on the trunk. How do I go about doing that without damaging the look of the car?

    Thanks.
    Welcome, Ben answered you, but did you read above your post, its already explained
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