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Haha that's a good point. I didn't think of it like that. It makes it harder for people who aren't familiar with my car identify it as well.Just my opinion as an "Old Guy" but generally anyone outside this forum that sees a "Debadged" car on the road, will figure it's been hit and repainted. Lack of badging is generally the first clue of a (shoddy) body repair.
Lol omg. That's a big forehead palming moment. Not sure how people don't know about Honda since they're pretty much everywhere.shekki, i chose to do the same. procivic front & rear, removed the civic badge. guy asked what is a honda "sigh"?
I have seen front si emblems that have two screws and two brackets (I think this may be older models though). If this is the case I think it would be fine to take them off. I have also seen it mentioned that 2014+ si emblems are actually part of the grill and there would be a blank spot once you take it off.It may have been mentioned somewhere in here, but removing front Si emblem on 15 sedan. Is there a bracket or anything behind it that would look stupid if removed? I'm debating it but If I need a whole new grill it's not worth it.