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Type S badge on a 9G Civic?

Has anyone added a Type S badge to the back of their 9G Civic Sport by any chance? If you have can you post a picture to see please to see what it looks like. The missus purchased a 1.6 Sport, dark blue colour on Friday and I was tempted to get her one if it looked good.
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Why not go all out and fit a Type R badge
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I'm not sure sure if the clutch could handle a Type R badge 🤔 To be on the safe side I'll just stick with the Type S badge 👍
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Looks smarter without a badge imho. I know of one person who removed it.

The best visual upgrades would be those that everybody would think come as standard. Front sports grill with 17inch wheels is the only modification I would make. Personal taste I know but I am a designer by profession :P

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