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    Default Yay got the HID's in! Debadging however.....

    I got my nice and shiny HID's in today

    Bargain price of £46.99 and no Canbus errors!

    Only issue is they dont seem overly secure thought that could just be me........

    Also started debadging it, got the 'Vectra' and '1.9CDTI' off but the griffin does not want to budge





    Any ideas?

    Plus i got my vectra-c sticker on here!



    ooo a shiny reflection....


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    I used a hairdryer, dental floss and autoglym tar remover, the griffin came off easily and after several rubs with the tar remover and polish, job done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badback View Post
    I used a hairdryer, dental floss and autoglym tar remover, the griffin came off easily and after several rubs with the tar remover and polish, job done.

    ah okies.

    Well my sister aint here.... so i may just go nick her hairdryer....

    hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by badback View Post
    I used a hairdryer, dental floss and autoglym tar remover, the griffin came off easily and after several rubs with the tar remover and polish, job done.

    The Hair Dryer/Dental Floss and Poor boys Tar Remover worked a treat Thanks!!


    Though it looks too bare now. regreting that now i thinks

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectraboyy View Post

    Though it looks too bare now. regreting that now i thinks
    This is my big debate with myself I know I "probably" will like it without the griffin, but,,,,,,,

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    hey a shiney clean rear end is easier to care for and clean........


    if your unsure ask these guys

    0-Large smile ......every time it's driven

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    you will get used to it. i think it was one off the first things i did . khalid

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    Quote Originally Posted by deztroyer View Post
    hey a shiney clean rear end is easier to care for and clean........


    if your unsure ask these guys

    Yeah i debadged my Astra and it made cleaning it alot easier, especially when it came to giving it a machine polish.

    But i dunno just something about it on the Vectra, looks bit odd..

    I hate the flat paint on the rear bumper and the drip marks on the front.. Not looking forward to having to pay for a respray now either

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    The HID's!!!












    Rather happy!!

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    Nice one keeping my rear badge though lol

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