Discussion in 'Subaru Levorg Modifcations' started by Rosh, Jan 2, 2018.
Has anyone debated there Levorg. Love to see some pictures
Removed the emblem om the front also
That looks nice and clean thanks
They definitely look a lot cleaner de-badged.
Cheers when ours arrives I will do it
Nice rear end!
Joined in and mine was done recently, looks so much better with the badges and chrome gone!
de-badging and de-chroming are on my list of things to do. Looks so much cleaner without the badges and no chrome.
Quick one, how does one de chrome! I replaced my badges with satin black ones.
Anyone have any badges they don’t want? Mine came debadged and I think I’d rarher them on
Andyh3 - I am debadging my rear hatch shortly. Just waiting for the temperatures to climb up above freezing. The badges are yours, if you want them. Where you at? Im in Norway. Hit me up with a PM?
There will be a ‘Subaru’, an ‘AWD’ and a ‘Levorg’.
for the black badges; can you give me a link for those?
sorry all, for an unrelated comment but;
can you tell me the diameter for those exhaust tips?
I've started de-chroming my Levorg and so that it's reversible I'm using matt black vinyl wrap with I cut to a rough shape, apply and then trim with a sharp knife. Super easy to do.
Here's the beforeand after of the chrome bits in the front bar that I hate
so you did the same for the rear badges, wrapped them?
Nice. Im aiming for the same, but Im going to use Plasti Dip in BMW Black Saphire Metallic. Should look cool, I hope...
Hi there, you can get a black badge from Japan Parts:
Haven't done the badges as yet, as i'm deciding whether to remove them or black them. If i go down the black them path i'll do the same as Ghost HTX mentions which is to use Plasti Dip. I've used it before on my wife's 86, great stuff, just need to make sure you cover everything to minimise overspray, especially if you do it outdoors.
A hot tip when using Plasti Dip, use a toothpick when removing the plasti dip from the areas that can't be covered by tape (eg in between the lettering) as it lessens the chances of damaging the paint work
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