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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-09-2014, 01:57 AM Thread Starter
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Question about the Akrapovic

Is the "Akrapovic" badge on the tail end of the silencer a sticker or is it a aluminum badge or something? Can it be easily removed without damaging or scratching the carbon fiber? Thanks
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Yes it can be removed without harming the muffler.

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To install this use Goo Gone after pealing off your old sticker. Then use windex to clean the surface and let dry. We recommend then rinsing with water and letting it dry. Then apply the new sticker. Once applied you can not remove it. It's a one use sticker. Has titanium backing to ensure it can handle the heat as well.

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Is the "Akrapovic" badge on the tail end of the silencer a sticker or is it a aluminum badge or something? Can it be easily removed without damaging or scratching the carbon fiber? Thanks
It's a sticker, I removed them from mine and the sticker came off all in one piece...that may make the difference in whether or not the cf gets damaged so don't rush, I'd try and avoid scraping any pieces off or use any chemicals.

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Okay great. Thank you both.
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