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Old 14th January 2013, 06:48   #1
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Carbon Fiber Emblems finally!!

Just thought I would share with you guys the replacement of the OEM BMW emblems with Carbon Fiber Emblems. I have wanted to do this mod for so long and finally got around to it, all because of this board too!!

I would have had no idea how to replace the trunk emblem if it wasn't for this board, thanks so much (especially Impulse)!
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looks great! where did you get those if i dont mind asking?
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I have the hood carbon fiber emblem now I need to replace the truck emblem where did you buy em ? And how did you install the truck emblem?
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I got these from Trinity Autosport :

Since the trunk emblem is the exact same size as the front one, you have to buy another front emblem and grind down the pegs that stick into the car so that they don't exist anymore. Then use a credit card like object to take off the rear emblem, and slightly grind down the things sticking out from the latch. Then just use double-sided tape to stick the emblem on. Here is the post that helped me originally.

Trunk emblem replacement? And any carbon fiber overlays for the emblems?

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Old 15th January 2013, 05:38   #6
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I was think about going for this too. Yourmpictures convinced me to pull the trigger. Thanks.
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Nice work Looks Great!!!
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Looking awesome!
Little subtle mods like this changes the car

I had the same theme on my previos 6er as it was jet black,
now that I have red M6, I went for something different

Red/Black









for wheel emblems, I couldn't find red ones... lol
i'm planning to just cut a bit of red fibre tape and stick them on..

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Looking awesome!
Little subtle mods like this changes the car

I had the same theme on my previos 6er as it was jet black,
now that I have red M6, I went for something different

Red/Black









for wheel emblems, I couldn't find red ones... lol
i'm planning to just cut a bit of red fibre tape and stick them on..

Why don't you could order the overlays from Bimmian? No association.

Colored Roundel Emblems For E63/E64 - BMW 6 Series and M6 - 2004-2010 From bimmian.com
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