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dannyRJ13

Front Grille 's' Badge

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I bought mine for £13.

It was Daniel from Norfolk that found it .. so cheers to Daniel.

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Best I can do Damian

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Cheers, it gives me an idea

I have changed my profile pix but it has the Zetec badge as well as the Blue S as you can see & think it looks better than the factory Eco & Fiesta badges

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Historically I have always liked de-badging the rear of my cars but worry with a white Fiesta it might look like a work van as you see a lot of Fiesta vans around in White so that's why I might add the "S" badge to break it up abit

Sounds like a plan! Personally I think it looks great with a de-badge. Would look good with just a blue s

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Sounds like a plan! Personally I think it looks great with a de-badge. Would look good with just a blue s

That does look smart mate

I even like the Ford White overlay

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Got mine on today. Decided against tinkering with the grille, used some adhesive foam pads to make a better surface area. post-51574-139489157924_thumb.jpg

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I quite like the idea of de-badging, then sticking a blue S on both the front grill and on the boot.

1.0 125 Zetec S on order!

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I bought the £13 ones from ebay I think. They said they were official or something so seemed cool. Stuck to the front grill and the rear and theyve been on about a month and a half and haven't budged an inch.

I was a bit concerned theyd come off after seeing people on here talking about cutting the grill. Might sound lame but Im a bit scared of doing anything irreversible as 1) I'm not very handy and 2) It's on Ford options and I don't know what the crack is if I can't reverse any changes I made (even if in my opinion it makes the car look better). Anyway I just stuck them on with whatever was on the back of them and it seems fine, even on the front grill with limited contact.

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Debadge (edited from debate).

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What are we debating, if you should add a S badge ?

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Not a fan of the debadged look but each to there own m8

It's your motor after all :)

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Debate-

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To debate this your ZS rear end, with an ST diffuser? I think it looks good, something I'd do if I was keeping my car for a long period of time to which I'm not.

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That should have said 'debadge'....not 'debate'.....

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I'm looking to put a "S" on my front grille, what did you stick it on with?

Got some double sided sticky foam things from a local motor store. They were only thin so layered them up and trimmed to shape

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I have them also but i sprayed them with clearcoat i noticed after a while when there is no clearcoat on it they get ugly.

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Hi all

A few pics of my 'S' badge in my gallery.

I didn't chop anything off at all, built up a few small pieces of black plastic with superglue and glued into one of the spaces.

Badge just sits on top of the fins, small touch of glue there also.

Gary

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