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Removal of Honda Civic Emblems CIVIC and H emblem.

this is a video here to assist in removal of the CIVIC emblem and this also shows a little bit of the H Honda emblem and how it is held. this is the 2009 Honda Civic Si Coupe 8th Gen


 


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DIY: Vehicle Badging Removal/Replacement
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A custom car story: 2008 Honda Civic Coupe EX, lightly modified
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2009 STEALTH Civic SI
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Episode #112 - 8th Gen Civic Sedan - Si Grille Upgrade
This mod has been out there for a while now but we keep getting requests for an install podcast. So, Kel and I took the time to experiment and here is the result. Remove the lame chrome grille from the non-Si sedans and replace it with the painted Si version. Then, based on personal preference there are a couple of options on what to do with the emblem tab that comes on the new grille base. We opted to chop it off for the video. More at www.collegehillshonda.com and www.diyhonda.com.





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