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Tesla De-Badge

Discussion in 'The UK and Ireland' started by E60MKF, Nov 6, 2016.

  1. E60MKF

    E60MKF Member

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    If you were to upgrade your battery from 60 to 75 then Tesla change the badges on the car which made me wonder if they would be able to de-badge the car?

    I find the Model S and 60 too much on the back of the car, debadging gives a clean look.

    There was no option on the design studio but maybe when my car arrives in at the service centre pre-delivery?
     
  2. Tanflado

    Tanflado Member

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    Debadging is easy peasy , floss and warm soapy water.............I have done it with my current car..........

    I have just bought a plate for my MX 60 which is due to arrive in March with my initials then 60MOX then had the after thought "what happens if I upgrade to a 75" ......doh ! ............

    The beauty with the MX is without badging all MX pretty much look the same other than painted brake calipers ??
     
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  3. E60MKF

    E60MKF Member

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    I would be too scared to do it myself
     
  4. tomas

    tomas Only partially psycho

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    Do not be. But if you like, any auto detail shop should be able to do for you, as well as remove the remaining glue and polish where badge was. I had my model S badging removed, and my 2012 p85 was from before they even offered P85 badge. So I'm completely badgeless and I think it looks great.
     
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  5. Tanflado

    Tanflado Member

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    I admit I was a tad nervous , taking the badge off is the easy bit, using dental floss is a 10 second job but a heavy dose of elbow grease is required to remove the glue!!
     
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  6. WannabeOwner

    WannabeOwner Active Member

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    When mine was wrapped I asked them not to bother putting the badges back on.
     
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