He has a custom exhaust from a muffler shop... You can attempt to go through the wheel well but it is very tight and they're are two screws that need to be removed inside the headlight housing to remove the stock bulbs and ballasts. Easiest way to replace them is to drop the bumper and pull the entire headlight assembly of the car. That way you have easy access to the dust cap and screws inside. Headlight comes out with the removal of three screws on top. And 2 easy clips on the bottom. Bumper removal is also easy, 6 clips on top, 6 in bottom, 4 in each wheel well and 1 screw in each wheel wellThat looks really good. What exhaust is that? Also, I see in your build you put in new head lights, did you have to go in through the wheel well? How was installing that?
As a professional detailer who uses it almost daily, I can unequivocably say... no. It will not hurt the paint. I will never, ever give out advice that will cause harm to a car.Any fear / chance of goo gone hurting the paint? I want to remove the badges this weekend but want to do it right.
I just used dental floss to remove the badges, no heat gun is needed. used nail to remove the remaining glue, it was so much easier than I thought. maybe its because the car is still rather new and the glue was still very soft.Heat with hairdryer, remove with fishing line or dental floss, clean up any remaining adhesive with goo gone.
Some people have removed it and painted it, others (like myself) have just masked off the area and used Plasti Dip or Auto Dip. If you don't like it, just give it a good rub and it'll come off.I was wondering what you used to get the rear emblem looking like that. Did you do the front too?