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Debadge an SI?

Debadge an Si?

  • Yes

    Votes: 53 26.8%
  • No

    Votes: 145 73.2%

  • Total voters
    198

17siturb0

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Without looks simpler. Less cluttered and more discreet.
Stealth mode it.
Nothing stealth about 4 pipes coming out the rear.. lol.



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sdj544

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I really like the look of the black debadged.
Definitely would black out the H.

Between the exhaust pipes and wings, not stealth.

Glad I don’t have to park in that parking lot! Some tight spaces. Door dings aplenty.

-S
 

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AMGSiR

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Sure why not. Although I'm leaving the Si on, i want to remove the stupid (imo) turbo badges from the sides.
 

themaincop

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I like the turbo badge, it's a nice nod to where the VTEC badge used to be. The Si is supposed to be a bit loud imo, I think the sleeper look goes a lot better with Accords.
 

Unibrow Tail Lights

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Ditch the "Civic", keep the "Si"
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IMO I think it looks off because the SI badge is still there on the right and the left side is empty. If I were to debadge I would take the SI badge off aswell but I voted not to debadge.
 

Curtman

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How hard is it to take them off?
I find them a bit cheezy lol.
I took it off with just my finger nail than clean a little but of glue off. The funny thing is both of them broke at the "B" but was mostly one piece.
 

ClearKeys

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Ditch the "Civic", keep the "Si"
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I've been debating doing the same to my car. I think if you were to debadge an Si, this is the best option. The Si badge is minimalist, keeping it clean, and the red provides a nice little bit of pop to most colors. I think your pic finally convinced me to do it.
 

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I want to debadge Civic and both SI.
However, I am hesitant because the front SI badge seems difficult to remove.
 

jeremiah

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I want to debadge Civic and both SI.
However, I am hesitant because the front SI badge seems difficult to remove.
I left the front Si emblem on for that very reason.
The rear Civic and Si emblem were taken off.
 

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