Better than OEM SRT badges!

Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat Appearance' started by Hemibuck, Jul 3, 2015.

  1. Hemibuck

    Hemibuck Gold Member

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    So I'm really impressed with these aftermarket SRT/HC logos. They are well made and look OEM. If your looking at a great replacement for your SRT badges these are nice!

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    MarkGuitar Senior Hellcat Member

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    Who makes and sells them?
     
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    Fionn MacCumhaill Irish A'Hole - Wanna Fight About It!? Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    I already installed one on the rear spoiler and now I am just waiting on the front grille emblem to show up. I agree they are well made and good quality replacements for a SRT badge that should have looked like these to begin with.
     
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    I'm going to have mine stripped off so fast that people will think they are stock. Not too many HC around these parts.
     
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    I am curious to see how you will install the new front grille emblem because the stock SRT grille emblem can be removed in a few seconds from the front of the car. It appears to me, in order to install the one you ordered you will need to have access behind the front grille which does not look like an easy task.
     
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    Agreed. I have put the cart before the horse (707 of them) because my cat is not here yet. But with that I was looking under the hood of another the other day and it looks like if you just remove the radiator shrouds you should have access to the grill. That or through the bottom.
     
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    Any pictures?
     
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    I think they look better than the OEM and it lets the people behind me know they are staring at the sexy backside of a Hellcat.
     
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    Looks good, thanks!
     
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    Looks great! Is the OEM SRT badge glued on?
     
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    The old SRT badge is held on with double sided tape. Just gently apply pressure and move them side to side and they will begin to come loose. I did not use a heat gun or anything just my hands and a little patience. Note though you will need to use something to remove a little left over sticky residue from the old SRT letters. I used rubbing alcohol and a microfiber towel to clean it off before attaching the new badge.
     
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    They all are nowdays. Heat and dental floss and some goo gone for the residue and they are off.
     
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    I use lighter fluid for removing adhesive from painted surfaces.
     
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    Not painted surface, the spoiler is that trim black plastic stuff.
     

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