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My stickers are pretty fadded on my car was wondering if anyone has attemted removing them giving them a respary and re applying them? If not is there another way of cleaning them up without removing them?
 

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I thought about giving them a little respray but it's a lot of masking tape job
 

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I replaced mine..

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I tried to do the same, but found a supplier on ebay pretty cheap to purchase new ones. I think I paid around $20 for the fronts and I think they were aftermarket. Plus, gave me a change to fully detail that section prior to adhering the new ones.
 

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I replaced mine with the series 3 decals too which look really good:

http://img27.imageshack.us/i/1582006.jpg/

I think I read on this forum that toothpaste works well and that dental floss is handy for taking them off.

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andyaa said:
I replaced mine with the series 3 decals too which look really good:

http://img27.imageshack.us/i/1582006.jpg/

I think I read on this forum that toothpaste works well and that dental floss is handy for taking them off.

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Andy
Any sound clips of that exhaust set up? Looks mean.

And yes...dental floss or fishing line works well for removing them.
 

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I am happy to try and put some sound clips up but I don't know how - if anyone has any pointers let me know. It does sound mean - it's a fully rebuilt 5.0 litre with all the mechanical trimmings now also with high flow cats and full stainless steel system and it has a beautiful rumble - still running it in (only 800kms so far) - just brings a smile to my face listening to it - thanks for noticing!! Just waiting on my upgrade map from Mark Adams.

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