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Rebadge my model s

sumitkgarg

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Aug 5, 2017
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Bay Area, CA
A couple of weeks ago, I took off the “75” and the “Model S” badges from the back of my car. However I don’t like it without the badges that much. Something feels “fake” :)

Anyways... I want to put them back on and any tips on how to do that? I have the badges that I took off saved that I can reuse.

Thanks!
 

FlatSix911

Porsche 918 Hybrid
Jun 15, 2015
6,889
6,505
Silicon Valley
You can buy these online, easy to attach, guaranteed fun!
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Corsair

Member
Jul 5, 2015
292
250
South Surrey, BC , Canada
Mine was wrapped with STEK Dyno. Detailer was able to put the T back on but he didn't have the adhesives small enough to fit the rest. I actually prefer mine de-badged without the '100D'. A subtle indicator to those in the know that this car is wrapped.
 
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Navsarin

M3 - Red Rocket
Nov 28, 2015
982
692
Canada
While your at it, order the P100D badge and no one will ever mess with you! All model trims are Indistinguishable from one another :)
 

Navsarin

M3 - Red Rocket
Nov 28, 2015
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Canada
Except the red calipers :)

This was my 16’ 90D...Caliper painting is $250-300 with Tesla decals. Anything’s possible sir!

Man I miss that one :(
 

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Doanster1

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Feb 14, 2018
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I traditionally debadge as well, but am on the fence with my P85D for some reason. Debating removing the Model S only, but the imbalance will prob bug me. Decisions, decisions...
 

Navsarin

M3 - Red Rocket
Nov 28, 2015
982
692
Canada
That blue with the red calipers looks great.

Thx. .Sadly it’s a discontinued ‘ocean blue’ which was offered for a brief period between 2015/2016...now replaced by a slightly darker deep metallic blue. I really miss that hue.

Blue on pewter/grey turbines with red calipers are in my opinion one of the nicest looks for a Model S.
 

whitex

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Sep 30, 2015
6,705
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Seattle area, WA
Except the red calipers :)
Not always, the two cars I posted above in comment #6 are S60 and P85D. As part of debadging I had Tesla delete the red calipers from my order (after verifying of course with the SC foreman that the brakes are identical all but color :)).

PS> There is a way to tell the difference between these two, but it's very, very subtle and only if you know what the 2 choices are.
 

whitex

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Sep 30, 2015
6,705
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Seattle area, WA
This was my 16’ 90D...Caliper painting is $250-300 with Tesla decals. Anything’s possible sir!

Man I miss that one :(
I was at the SC when a guy picked up his blue P100D with red calipers and he had Tesla put on his old style 19" wheels (my favorite wheels to date too) - it looked amazing as the old 19" expose a lot more of the calipers.
 

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