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I'll ask the 'professionals' on Saturday, if I get a chance.

It obviously took 3 of them 🤣

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Black Pearl 2010 (60) 370Z Auto GT Pack Connect Premium - 'Cool Dad'
EBC Ultimax (slotted) front discs and Ferodo DS2500 front pads
- auf wiedersehen pet
Storm White 2014 (64) 370Z Nismo #376 - the new 'Cool Dad'

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I asked, they answered.

Plastic trim tools, and patience (I mentioned dental floss/cotton, and they had heard of the method, but hadn't used it). A thorough clean of the whole area before application of the new one is essential.

One of the reasons I got them to do it at the same time as the PPF, was where as the original PPF was cut around the original badge, they have partly PPFd under the new badge, so no PPF edges, but still plenty of adhesion.

 

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Black Pearl 2010 (60) 370Z Auto GT Pack Connect Premium - 'Cool Dad'
EBC Ultimax (slotted) front discs and Ferodo DS2500 front pads
- auf wiedersehen pet
Storm White 2014 (64) 370Z Nismo #376 - the new 'Cool Dad'

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Fishing wire works better than dental floss. And the stuff he sprayed on to remove the mess that was left is tar and glue remover. There are lots of brands out there.

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15 hours ago, Cray Z said:

Fishing wire works better than dental floss. And the stuff he sprayed on to remove the mess that was left is tar and glue remover. There are lots of brands out there.

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Great, thanks. Fishing wire ordered (I'm not in to fishing!) I have some tar remover which will work on the residue. 

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Great, thanks. Fishing wire ordered (I'm not in to fishing!) I have some tar remover which will work on the residue. 
U can use a butter knife to cut through the adhesive pads as they are pretty thick. But you have to be super careful not damage the paint

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Yep, the easy mistake to make is not too take it slow enough.  That last levering of the badge can cause the opposite corner to dig into your paint and you'll never forgive yourself for not taking a minute longer.

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'A standard limited edition Yellow 370Z* with a plethora of minor bespoke mods'

*one of 40 don't you know!

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