How did you know it was hers? (who I've never heard of) and scared to "google her ass"sorry, missed that, was distracted by Tera Patrick's a$$ in JayBeeOnline's avatar
But does move away from the Alfa tradition of the QV being on a white background.....if that matters....these chrome ones look miles better than the originals which look a bit cheap to me ...
Quite festive though.looking at them now on the red,, hmm not sure, they look like fridge magnets lol
bit too bling for me...
https://www.cloverleafclub.co.uk/Gallery/Images/Cloverleaf-member-s-4C-Geneva-shots.aspx#I used the 1cm wide tape (the stock ones are exactly 1 cm above this cruve Giulietta has). The stock ones are 7,2 cm from the door. I also used this distance but I also used the feeling - they should start together with this white light below the QV badge.
They are factory fit, no bulletins about changes so not sure when they changed or this one is a one off,I used to think that mattered. After seeing these pics, I've changed my mind. How did you get the old ones off without damaging anything? Thanks
Go to page 1 of this thread and scroll down to DeP 's post.Damn that's nice! Gotta get me some of these, but I'm planning to get carbon mirror covers so is there no badges with carbon fibre background??
The badges are fantastic aren't they? There was too much contrast with the white ones on my white QV. The white ones would probably suit other colours more in the range though. I'm very pleased I changed mine. I never liked the white ones!Hope these are a touch better, it’s quite difficult to remove enough reflections so they don’t look white in images
The best way to remove the badges is to heat them up with a hairdryer so the adehsive softens. You will be able to gauge it when the badge starts to move slightly. Then using fishing line or dental floss place in between the wing and the badge and pull down. It will take a little bit of time and the adehsive may need softening again with the hairdryer. Once the badge has been removed you can remove any adehsive from the wing using your thumb and then a good polish with Auroglym SRP. The final results are worth the effort!I think these would look awesome on Etna black next to brushed mirror caps I've got on the QV. If anyone can let me know how to get them off without damaging things I'd be greatful!
It doesn't I guess. The brushed silver finish would look great with the QV mirror covers, and the they most certainly look great on the white G's.But does move away from the Alfa tradition of the QV being on a white background.....if that matters....
I'm sticking with the white ones too - I do quite like them to be honest :lol: