And yes, I do know what Msport and AMGsport are. I'm talking about full-blown M, AMG, SS badges on cars that either didnt offer a hi-po version or are plainly not that version. Another one is hemi badges on v6 chargers/ challengers.
Hey Eddy, where'd you get that?I wonder about my badge in the eyes of the World?
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Fake = something it's not.If you have a 1.4T engine then you have a Turbo. Not a fake badge in this case.
As long as the car has a turbo I see no problem.I wonder about my badge in the eyes of the World?
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The day I bought my cruze I removed the cruze and LT badge from the back. I bought a matching factory RS door badge and put in the exact place the LT badge was.Eventually, probably after I pay it off, I will remove at least the Cruze and LT badges from the Cruze. I think it looks cleaner, and it makes it easier to wax.
Those stripes and SS badges added horsepower.I tried to find ways around my G85 Recaros saying "SS" on them (I'd have an "SS" shaped pattern of holes in the vinyl if I were to remove that thread). But considering it's on the inside of the car, people kind of get the picture.
That said, I've seen a Traverse "SS" and a Trailblazer "SS" - the latter, yes they made a real TBSS...but this one had the SS badge directly below the "LS" badge.
I also found an older Grand Am in Flint that had an SS badge, along with half-length 'cuda AAR-esque stripes.
Actually as an AMG owner, I do agree that it bugs US (collectively). BTW, the AMG Sport moniker is now gone and its either or. Its either going to be called an AMG (like the new C450) or its NOT. (I guess too many brands and /or pissed off people).And yes, I do know what Msport and AMGsport are. I'm talking about full-blown M, AMG, SS badges on cars that either didnt offer a hi-po version or are plainly not that version. Another one is hemi badges on v6 chargers/ challengers.
Question: does LS have a badge, or is the absence of a badge the mark of a LS?The day I bought my cruze I removed the cruze and LT badge from the back.
As long as you're not slapping them on a gasser, more power to you. The issue isn't "Non-OEM", it's "false advertising" type badges.Since we're on the topic of badging, how do you all Diesel guys feel about those of us who buy the GM Holden "Diesel" badges and badge the car as a "diesel." (Several on here have). Its in the same style, size and font as the "Cruze" on the car. Me, I think it looks great and what Chevy should have done from the factory. Inquiring minds want to know??
Have you gone V-tech yet?Those stripes and SS badges added horsepower.