De badged my 392

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  1. LIME392

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    image.jpg Looks pretty clean. Wasn't sure how I'd like it.
     
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    looks awesome, i plan on doing the same in the spring
     
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    Did you get the two out of the grill?If so how did you do it.I just got a 2016 and the emblems have push nuts in the back of the grill.It looks like a pain to get at them!
     
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    * Brave, & I kinda like the clean (holiday spirit) Grinch stealth look LIME 392 -
    * Stock emblems are friction locked into the grill, hook your finger from the hole above or below, push against the tab, towards the emblem center, poof, out it comes - The aftermarket ones that bolt on are a pain to install!!! -
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    Not true, the 2015 model year has emblems that have push nuts on the back side. Without removing the front fascia, the easiest way to remove the emblems in the grill is to destroy them. There are plenty of write-ups on this on various forums. I do like the clean look.
     
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    That's what I thought.I guess I'll have to get out the Dremel and have at it!Thanks!!!
     
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    Car looks good. If it could talk, it would say "I want a black fuel door for Xmas!"
     
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    ^^^^This! Car looks great debadged.
     
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    Speedlogix Sales Gold Member Hellcat Supporting Vendor

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    Looks awesome!
    - Alexis
     
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    Actually it's still there. I just plasti dipped it black.cant tell its there unless you are about 2 feet away.
     
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    It wasn't pretty,but I got them out!
     

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