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Old 10-28-2013, 06:23 PM   #29
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I ripped the front badge off a paseo and literally just double sided taped it on. and you wouldn't be able to tell unless you go right up to it and look that its stuck on
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Old 02-11-2014, 05:06 PM   #30
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What did u use behind your emblem??
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What did u use behind your emblem??
A black plastic mouse pad. It separates from the foam/rubber under it and you can attach it to the back of the Toyota logo and then to the steering wheel.
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Old 04-13-2014, 06:03 PM   #32
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just out of curiosity if the airbag were to deploy with this diy badge, would you have a toyota emblem stamped on your face or is the way the airbag is designed to break apart more clever than that ?
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Old 04-14-2014, 03:57 PM   #33
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just out of curiosity if the airbag were to deploy with this diy badge, would you have a toyota emblem stamped on your face or is the way the airbag is designed to break apart more clever than that ?
I said the same thing in another thread and most bashed me and thought I was crazy. But to answer you, yes you probably would have a toyota stamped on your face.
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I said the same thing in another thread and most bashed me and thought I was crazy. But to answer you, yes you probably would have a toyota stamped on your face.
Oh well saves cost on the tattoo ROFL
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I said the same thing in another thread and most bashed me and thought I was crazy. But to answer you, yes you probably would have a toyota stamped on your face.
I don't get this.. But wouldn't scion be stamped on our face without the emblem swap.. This isn't removing part of the airbag, just the emblem.
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I don't get this.. But wouldn't scion be stamped on our face without the emblem swap.. This isn't removing part of the airbag, just the emblem.
and what happens when the airbag deploys? You're not removing part of the airbag. You're removing something that was part of the outside of the airbag, with something that is now just questionably stuck on, in FRONT of an EXPLODING airbag. There is a certain tear line along the leather on the bag that tears apart when the airbag deploys. It tears around the scion logo so when the airbag deploys, the badge stays stuck to one of the flaps.

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The Scion badge is adhered on there with strong adhesive and what look to be plastic pins, to keep it attached when the airbag deploys. and let me also say that it has been TESTED by the manufacturer. If your glued toyota badge doesn't stick properly to the airbag, or the glue isn't stong enough. When the airbag deploys WITH STRONG FORCE, the badge will become a projectile.
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did mine a couple days ago... im very satisfied with how it came out.

i used adhesive-backed black crafts foam lying around for the backing.



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Just ordered mine, can't wait to replace these scion badges...
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You guys do realize you're putting an insecure object, on top of a bomb, that can go off at any time, directly in front of your face??

Definitely looks awesome though - it's really funny seeing everyone jump on board using different backgrounds.
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and what happens when the airbag deploys? You're not removing part of the airbag. You're removing something that was part of the outside of the airbag, with something that is now just questionably stuck on, in FRONT of an EXPLODING airbag. There is a certain tear line along the leather on the bag that tears apart when the airbag deploys. It tears around the scion logo so when the airbag deploys, the badge stays stuck to one of the flaps.

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The Scion badge is adhered on there with strong adhesive and what look to be plastic pins, to keep it attached when the airbag deploys. and let me also say that it has been TESTED by the manufacturer. If your glued toyota badge doesn't stick properly to the airbag, or the glue isn't stong enough. When the airbag deploys WITH STRONG FORCE, the badge will become a projectile.
Does anybody knows where the airbags break/trear-lines are located on the GT86 steeringwheel?

I was thinking to order this emblem but I don't want to engrave a 86 logo into my face if something bad is gonna happen.
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You guys do realize you're putting an insecure object, on top of a bomb, that can go off at any time, directly in front of your face??
i disconnected my airbag along with "airbag light delete"...

seat belt + curtain/side air bags are enough for me
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