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Just debated the emblems. I think it gives it a cleaner look.
 

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Someone else here did a similar thing. But they also removed the Honda "H" from the rear glass and replaced it with the "Crosstour" badge, looked pretty good!

Thinking of doing the same myself....
 

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I actually like for people looking at my ride to know it's a Honda... cause I don't think there's enough street rep of this car :)
 

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looks clean

i love getting asked what it is? happens all the time lol
 

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I have only had my 15 CT for like just shy of two weeks and for some reason people keep asking me if it is 4 wheel drive lol.

I detailed my car over the weekend and I almost debadged it but I was to lazy after waxing it.

Anyways azntour it looks good!
 

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Thanks all. Very nice on your debadging. I like the tinted tail lights too.
 

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I left the Crosstour badge and removed the H and accord badges. But then I plasti-dipped the whole rear hatch as well as my front grille so it's hard to tell what it is. Even removed the pin stripe on the sides... Dipped my stock rims black so no emblems are noticeable except the pesky one on the steering wheel...
 

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Please post any pics you have. I'm also planning to dip my grill. Thanks.
 

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Very nice. I have been using Plasti Dip for years now. Have you tried using the silver metalizer plastic dip over your black? I noticed that you car is a nice gray and the metalizer over the black will give you a nice metallic gun metal look. Here's a look of what it looks like on my 2014 Accord Wheels. I use to use the plastic dip glossifier but it made the surface sticky and attracted dust.


 

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Note on Grill Dip...

1) I think it looks great, I love it :D
2) If you're gonna dip your grill, I do also recommend dipping the Front and Rear Bumpers, and Side Skirts, but in your case leave the silver trim as is since you're not blacking out all the chrome.
3) When you do the grill, check your Hood's rubber seal in the front...
*One bit of it was covering too much of the gap and ended up not allowing spray to cover all of the grill so when I open the Hood, there's a little chrome showing... (can't see from outside though)
*I've since hand painted that section.

Please post any pics you have. I'm also planning to dip my grill. Thanks.
 

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When I dipped my grille I propped my hood up so that I was able to get the very top.

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My rims look black but when you get close and at the right angle you will see the black cherry come out :) I did 4 costs black and 2 mistings of black cherry. Didn't want it heavy on the color but ghosted... I did some of the dash "faux wood" in black cherry.
 
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