freaking emblem stealer!!

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wahlao!! was your wiper branded??

tough luck, looks like ure better off driving a less desirable car to work - or next week u may find your rims missing!
 

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wahlao!! was your wiper branded??

tough luck, looks like ure better off driving a less desirable car to work - or next week u may find your rims missing!
it was PIAA.. :( gone all three.. well it was raining that day.. really haihhh..

OMG dont say that.. no wayyy! ok i'll take ur advise bro..

thanks!
 

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when the first day i collect my car , it's without the 'Integra' emblem.. :(
 

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You should be able to modify the PIAA wipers by using a bit of ingenuity. Use some alchohol to wipe off the PIAA brand, and cut the clip in such a way it's not removable unless you have a test pen or screw driver. Or just weld the damn thing to your wiper arm.

As for the emblem, depends on how you want to do it. I could recommend you to use some cement to stick it but should anyone try to pry it out again it'll damage the emblem as well as your car paint....
 

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rather leave without the emblems, there are too many nut cases wanting to steal it.
 

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go adjust ur alarm sensor to "hair trigger mode"
jokes aside....
anyway, got a friend who were paranoid as well with his r34gtr
original GT-R dont come cheap

and yes, type-R emblem were so common nowadays that im not amuse anymore
cheers
 

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damn...i feel for u bro....yup...i do think u should drive a different car to work now....today ur emblem..tomorrow who knows....
 

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You can try to superglue it, but like what mentioned earlier, it will damage your car paint. If it was me, just scrape off the emblems and leave it blank! I removed my other car badges & emblems. Looks clean!

Why they want to steal it..... theres a lot of Type-R emblems at accessory shops and they sell it for Rm10-20 only maaa..... idiots...
 

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i also lost my red H original emblem front n rear before at my office car park ...huhuhh..
it feel so pain ...
 

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Best way is, kasi debadge. I did mine long time ago cuz I never really liked them. Prefer clean subtle look.
 

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Just too shame to admit that majority people in Malaysia are too cheapskate.

If they can steal STAR NEWSPAPER that cost only RM1.90, which is like farking cheap and affordable. What's more for an Emblem that cost RM10 - RM20, to them is like so damn expensive adi...

They are just bunch of idiots who are a disgrace to us Car Enthusiast. All of us love cars but some of them are just too farking selfish to steal other ppl's emblem and etcs...rims especially...
 

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You should be able to modify the PIAA wipers by using a bit of ingenuity. Use some alchohol to wipe off the PIAA brand, and cut the clip in such a way it's not removable unless you have a test pen or screw driver. Or just weld the damn thing to your wiper arm.

As for the emblem, depends on how you want to do it. I could recommend you to use some cement to stick it but should anyone try to pry it out again it'll damage the emblem as well as your car paint....
thanks bro for ur useful tips. :adore:

maybe i should just leave it blank there better than putting the emblem and people try to pry it out which will somehow damage my car paint.. *sigh* why is this happening..

---------- Post added at 10:33 AM ---------- 6 hour anti-bump limit - Previous post was at 10:32 AM ----------

when the first day i collect my car , it's without the 'Integra' emblem.. :(
damn.. i feel sory for u bro.. so now u just leave it like that or u buy the 'integra' emblem..?

---------- Post added at 10:35 AM ---------- 6 hour anti-bump limit - Previous post was at 10:33 AM ----------

i feel u bro.. lost my type r emblem as well few weeks ago...
sigh.. we are in the same shoes now.. so did u replace the emblem or u just leave it clean..?

---------- Post added at 10:38 AM ---------- 6 hour anti-bump limit - Previous post was at 10:35 AM ----------

triplor : damn.. the original H red emblem will cost you about rm 400.. so pain bro i feel u..

jd5 : yah i think thats the best way now.. thanks bro..

---------- Post added at 10:40 AM ---------- 6 hour anti-bump limit - Previous post was at 10:38 AM ----------

You can try to superglue it, but like what mentioned earlier, it will damage your car paint. If it was me, just scrape off the emblems and leave it blank! I removed my other car badges & emblems. Looks clean!

Why they want to steal it..... theres a lot of Type-R emblems at accessory shops and they sell it for Rm10-20 only maaa..... idiots...
sighhhhhhh.. thats the thing.. better to just leave it blank i think..

hah..? rm10-20..? err.. i ask my fren.. if the original 1 will cost me bout RM150 per piece.. damn..
 

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Anyway, if anyone is looking for these emblems, I've got mine for sale at mudah. :biggrin:
 

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i got another idea..y dun we jus go to work wif another transport? hehe..
Like me only using moto kapcai saje...hehehe.. but wen rainy day,stop isap rokok under fly over..hahaha
 

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errr... i tot only rempit steals motorcycle emblem... :hmmmm: :stupid:
 

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When buying PIAA...just buy the wiper inserts...and put it on standard Bosch wipers....dunno if they sell em here though....bought mine in Singapore...

If your fed up replacing emblems , just replace with stickers...

This is Malaysia man.....even my selipar burok "Asadi" someone can steal at my house...:hmmmm:
 

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damn.. u guys experienced before..? this is my 2nd time.. sigh.. how the hell to put this to an end..?
airbrush yur decals, buddy!

can justify the cost by saying it reduces weight oso la... :biggrin:
 

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Haha honda changed their NSX type-r's gear shifter boot to save 10 grams, I bet they've got a good sense of humor also huh? :biggrin:
here's for sense of humour's sake. :biggrin:

Toro Rosso once switched from stickers to paint a while back for aerodynamic reasons.
read it here ->http://www.forumula1.net/2007/f1/f1-news/toro-rosso-ditch-the-stickers/

and you can read a similar story here -> http://www.forumula1.net/2006/f1/features/silver-arrows-a-legend-is-born/

"In 1934, the international governing body of motor sport decreed that Grand Prix racing cars could weigh a maximum of 750 kg, excluding tyres and fuel. In spring of 1934, Mercedes-Benz introduced their new car, the W25. Unfortunately, when they came to weigh the car, it tipped the scales at 751 kg - just 1 kg over the maximum weight limit.
Racing manager Alfred Neubauer and driver Manfred von Brauchitsch refused to be beaten. After some brainstorming, an idea came to them – to scrape the paint off the car. The next day, the team set about removing all the paint from the car, exposing the shiny silver aluminium chassis beneath. Lo and behold, on weighing the car again, it conformed to the weight regulations. After a successful race, the Silver Arrows nickname was born.
"

now who says taking a couple of ounces off don't count? :biggrin:

anyway, my point is if TS airbrush his decals, nobody can steal that no more. :burnout:
 

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later ppl go scrap that airbrushed-"emblems" in attempt to steal it.... :lol:
 
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