Personally, I just laugh and that's usually enough to embarass the idiot. I'm just anti badge anyway. Within 24 hours of getting a car, all of the model badges and side trim are gone. My 300 has the two wings, that's it. Much more fun on the highway.
Pedator, CAI, MDS indicator, ESP/BAS defeat switch, Tranzformer, blacked out wire mesh grille, smoked and flashing side markers, 9005 2400k 65W fogs, Euro rear fogs, debadged and demolded, 255/45/20 Nitto 420's, Boss 338 wheels, painted calipers. Glovebox & cup holder LED Mod. Blastin Bob 6db reso delete pipes. Euro LED side signal repeaters, 55/35 window tint, BT catch can. Color matched tail lights. Custom front lip. LED interior lighting.
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I agree the fascia and rear SRT parts look great no matter what model they are on! And that is a good point, no one wants to put 5.7 badges on an SRT (PLEASE, 5.7 guys, take no offense). I figured the guys here would see my point on this, not really "flaming" anyone, I will do that in person to anyone I see doing this...lol...They get the point when I become extremely immature by burning a layer of the Z rated rear tires off! ANOTHER good point, manufacturers are the worst, my favorite is the first Escalade, a Yukon with different badges, nice!
P.S. You're damn right Fisch, I would put a 6.1 badge on a C with a 6.1 in it!!!
Mods: ESP mod, Diablosport Predator, and most recently, Stoptech Street Performance pads from Zeckhausen. They call me Nate.
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Reason: For P.S.
I would like to see a srt8 sleeper.. Debadged with touring or whatever 2.7 l trim comes in. Take off srt rims and stick some stockies on it that cover the brimbos so you cant see them, get some electric cutouts for the exhaust and only have one tailpipe come out the back. it would be a lot of trouble to "dress her stock" but that would be awesome..haha even slap a V6 badge on the side or something stupid, just for $hit and giggles... ;-)
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