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Rear boot badge.

Could someone measure their "type r" boot badge?

Really need the dimensions of it.

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164mm long, the 'R' is 33mm high and the 'Type' is 15mm high ....

Not on the car - its on my desk ready to be 'worked on' !
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Debadging is the way to go
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Debadging is the way to go
removing the 'civic' badge on a non-R looks good, but personally I would not debadge a CTR ..... but then I don't own one so that's fine
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Get rid of them all
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Get rid of them all
such a lovely colour!
It does look great 'bare' like that. If I owned an 'R' though I think I'd leave that badge on
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such a lovely colour!

It does look great 'bare' like that. If I owned an 'R' though I think I'd leave that badge on

I used to have a black and blue Type S badge on the back cos I liked people to know it was an S not an R flying past.
But I decided she looked best naked
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that's clean and looks awesome
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that's clean and looks awesome

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