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Finally had a chance to remove the “Accord” and “Sport” for a simple but in my opinion clean look. Hard to tell by the angle but my exhaust finishers are powder coated black and soon, to finish off the tail I’ll be making the T a glossy red to compliment the chrome and red JDM badge. Very easy to remove the letters with a blow dryer, a thin plastic card and some adhesive remover to finish it off the cleaning.
 

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Rhetorical question, I know, but that red T will look nice. looking forward to updated pictures.
Great point, I mean even Hyundai used to do it (maybe still do) on their turbo Sonatas with the a blue T. Anyways, thanks and waiting for a decent weather day to get it done, the northeast has been all over the place with the recent weather/temps.
 

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Finally had a chance to remove the “Accord” and “Sport” for a simple but in my opinion clean look. Hard to tell by the angle but my exhaust finishers are powder coated black and soon, to finish off the tail I’ll be making the T a glossy red to compliment the chrome and red JDM badge. Very easy to remove the letters with a blow dryer, a thin plastic card and some adhesive remover to finish it off the cleaning.
How did you remove the stock “H” badge on the rear? Thanks.
 

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Finally had a chance to remove the “Accord” and “Sport” for a simple but in my opinion clean look. Hard to tell by the angle but my exhaust finishers are powder coated black and soon, to finish off the tail I’ll be making the T a glossy red to compliment the chrome and red JDM badge. Very easy to remove the letters with a blow dryer, a thin plastic card and some adhesive remover to finish it off the cleaning.
How did you remove the stock “H” badge on the rear? Thanks.
It’s held in by two small pins (no 3m adhesive on it) so I tried my best to carefully pry it up and out with a thin plastic card I have. One pin popped out cleanly the other other broke and the tip fell into the trunk lid. I was worried I’d be constantly hearing it bounce around in there but either it got lodged somewhere or fell somewhere it can’t be heard. Super easy and after a thorough clean and wipe down with alcohol I applied the JDM badge by heating the 3M on the back and applying pressure for about a minute or two, I can tell you it’s not going anywhere without a serious fight.
 
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