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    Be the first to review this product! What's up to all the slammed tC's and clean kept Celicas. Originally Posted by smbrm While you may be able to get away with using lacquer thinner sparingly, I would suggest this is fraught with danger if you get carried away. I also bought it with the GT86 and I couldn't be any happier. Salt Lake City, Utah Posts:

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    User Name Remember Me? Register Garage Garage Garages Help. I think an actual thread for this has been long overdue, and I wanted to bring all the collected information into a DIY article for the Toyota badge swap. A thanks to all the Celica, Supra, and MR2 owners, to all the pre Scion owners who supported Scion since the beginning simply because they were Toyota, even with all the static from the enthusiast community. What's up to all the slammed tC's and clean kept Celicas.

    I can't think of any logical reason to put a "T" badge on a Subaru, or to put a Lexus badge on the FR-S for that matter. Here is a quick breakdown of important imformation. The front emblem is larger than the rear. The replacement emblems have the same method of application, peg holes and 3M adhesive, which is already applied and line up identically. Currently there is no way to remove the front emblem badge without breaking off the ends of the pins that sit inside the bumper, push nuts which will fall loose inside once broken.

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    The front emblem is a bitch. The Toyota badges can be currently acquired in two different ways: A Through Carson Toyota, one of the vendors here on the forum. These are the JDM emblems that originally come on the B Through American Toyota dealerships. The "boxer 86" emblem can be ordered at Toyota dealerships, or online though a vendor. The rear "FR-S" badge is held on only with adhesive tape. These are the most important points owners have gathered for the DIY: The paint on the front bumper is very thin, use as much caution as possible and focus when around this area.

    When removing the badges, it is recommended the most to use Goo Gone. DO NOT use goof-off. Lacquer thinner can also be used, and like goo gone, it will not harm your clear coat. When removing the badges, it is recommended the most to use a hair dryer , although a lot of owners have used a heat gun. It's best to let the car heat up in the summer sun before attempting this DIY. Work in circular motions. When removing the badges, it is recommended the most to use dental floss in a swaying motion to work through the adhesive.

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    It will take multiple pieces, as it will break. Fishing line can also be used. When removing the excess adhesive, roll it with your finger tips and not your finger nails. Once the badge and all the excess adhesive has been removed, clean and apply a coat of wax to the area. The DIY in pictures: Originally Posted by DarrenDriven. Easy to do, looks good. Before you begin, you need an FR-S with badges. The tool is plastic that won't scratch your clearcoat.

    Hit the leftover adhesive with the heat gun. Make sure you move it around so that you don't hurt your paint. You just need to get the adhesive warm.

    Once the adhesive is warm you can peel it off with your fingers. There will still be a little bit of residue left. Use lacquer thinner with a soft cloth to remove the residue without hurting your clearcoat. Don't scrub it, just get it wet and then use your finger to remove larger chunks.

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    Originally Posted by avusblue. Because I already changed that out to something different: See this post for more details on that. And here's some more pics of my car. Got out my fine-point panel removal tool, a soft, lint-free wipe, and some goo-gone Using the correct tool for the job is very important for any job. In this case it made emblem removal a piece of cake.

    The old emblem came off in a jiffy and did not mar the surface whatsoever. I think it was helped by the degree heat we had today. Used my fingers to roll up the small amount of "goo" left behind. Barely needed the goo-gone: Note the two peg-holes and the small dimple in the trunk lid molding. This dimple makes it very easy to align and center the replacement emblem.

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