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This is a discussion on ---<{{{The Official Wagon Thread}}}>--- within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I like the white one. Here's the opposite view on my black. Shows that you should debadge....

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    I like the white one. Here's the opposite view on my black. Shows that you should debadge.
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    Originally posted by randy98mtu
    Shows that you should debadge.
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    I have a silver '04 ordered up and due in middle of the month, and the first thing I'm doing is debadging everything but "WRX".

    That looks clean.

    Otherwise, tint & painted sideskirts and some Rotas in the Spring and the exterior's done, as far as I'm concerned.

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    Originally posted by randy98mtu
    I like the white one. Here's the opposite view on my black. Shows that you should debadge.
    yeah I've been busy with school. Any threads/sites with a good way to do it? I'd probbley just leave the WRX like you guys. Besides that my list of stuff to do
    tint all around not sure what % yet. Damn CA laws have me debating
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    Debadging seems to work on the wagon. On sedans, it makes the ass end look too massive.
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    Mmmm... sexy. I must admit, I wish I had gotten my wrx in black, not red =\

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    Originally posted by kruk
    yeah I've been busy with school. Any threads/sites with a good way to do it? I'd probbley just leave the WRX like you guys.
    Do a search around here. Basically, just use a hair dryer or heat gun to heat them up. Take your time, too little heat won't hurt and you can add more till you get the feel for it. Use some floss or fishing line (floss will break a lot, so you'll need quite a bit) to saw through the adhesive under the letters. When pulling them off, be careful because the letters have sharp edges and WILL scratch the paint (I have some scuffs where the S was) Try not to let the letters touch the paint. Once you get the letters off, use your thumb to roll the adhesive off. Then use some goo gone to finish getting the glue off. Clean and wax and you're done! It's easier than it sounds, just takes a minute to get in a groove.
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    Finally a wagon thread. Guess I didn't get the memo
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    Originally posted by randy98mtu
    Do a search around here. Basically, just use a hair dryer or heat gun to heat them up. Take your time, too little heat won't hurt and you can add more till you get the feel for it. Use some floss or fishing line (floss will break a lot, so you'll need quite a bit) to saw through the adhesive under the letters. When pulling them off, be careful because the letters have sharp edges and WILL scratch the paint (I have some scuffs where the S was) Try not to let the letters touch the paint. Once you get the letters off, use your thumb to roll the adhesive off. Then use some goo gone to finish getting the glue off. Clean and wax and you're done! It's easier than it sounds, just takes a minute to get in a groove.



    thanks

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    Nicely done!
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    I used my [Impreza] emblem on the handle, I think you should too.

    Not sure if you could tell on mine....
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