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Mr Intruder
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PostSubject: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeFri Mar 04, 2011 7:28 pm

De- stickered my bike, bloody hell what do they use for glue?

I used a hair drier to warm the stickers & badges up before slicing behind them with the fishing wire and lots of wd40 to eat through the glue which was left & fair play it does do with a bit of elbow grease!
By the way “elbow grease” is available at all good retailers for only £3.95 lol!

Took me three Fekin hours to get the two model number stickers off of the side cases, the two fugly looking buggers off the tank and the Suzuki sticker off the arse end and the Intruder badges off the tank.
However looks a lot cleaner, good job done. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeThu May 26, 2011 11:37 pm

Just read this. Did the white stickers on the tank, shortly after I got the bike - took ages to remove the glue - trying hard not to scratch the paint. I like to think mods can be reversed if possible for resale somewhere down the line maybe. Did the Intruder tank badges and C800 ones come off in one piece and could they be re-stuck if required? I know the white ones disintegrated into a million bits. If I do this, I think I might cover the Suzuki on the tail with a Welsh sticker or something.
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeFri May 27, 2011 4:15 am

great minds think alike blues, yes they come off un-damaged and you could easily re-apply them
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeFri May 27, 2011 10:58 pm

The Intruder wrote:
great minds think alike blues, yes they come off un-damaged and you could easily re-apply them

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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeMon Aug 22, 2011 12:01 pm

Cheers for the onfo on removeing the badges guys !! I am about to do this !!
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeMon Aug 22, 2011 2:26 pm

I did mine was a pain in the ass, hairspray also works to break down the sticky shit if you dont have any wd
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeTue Jan 08, 2013 8:00 pm

There is a tool avaliable from paint and bodywork shops, this goes in a drill and has a round rubber end that removes the sticker and glue without damaging the paint work, used one of these to remove some pinstripes from an old mini, these had been on for years and were really hard but still came off, will try and get some more info, regards Doc Cox E=MC 2
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeTue Jan 08, 2013 9:11 pm

Doc Cox wrote:
There is a tool avaliable from paint and bodywork shops, this goes in a drill and has a round rubber end that removes the sticker and glue without damaging the paint work, used one of these to remove some pinstripes from an old mini, these had been on for years and were really hard but still came off, will try and get some more info, regards Doc Cox E=MC 2

That sounds useful Doc. I don't suppose my wire brush attachment would be a suitable alternative would it? * Suzuki C800, De-badge * 3213823784
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeTue Jan 08, 2013 10:14 pm

Lighter fuel will dissolve all kinds of adhesives, without damaging the background. They used to use it in design studios long before all this Apple Mac stuff Wink
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeTue Jan 08, 2013 11:18 pm

[quote="bigmal"]Lighter fuel will dissolve all kinds of adhesives, without damaging the background. /quote]

Failing that ? I'm a dab hand with a Stihl saw * Suzuki C800, De-badge * 852880
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeWed Jan 09, 2013 3:21 am

simbo wrote:
Failing that ? I'm a dab hand with a Stihl saw * Suzuki C800, De-badge * 852880
Hmmmmm do you not think that might leave itsy bitsy teeny weeny little scratches in the paint work. affraid
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeWed Jan 09, 2013 3:47 pm

Please do not on any account go near your bike paintwork with any type of wire brush, there would be tears, still trying to find the number for Chris,s tools this is the guy who sells it, a bit slow at the moment as have caught this virus that,s going around and feel like I have been run over by a steam roller, that,s why there has been no further progress with project Virago, stay healthy, regards Doc Cox
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeWed Jan 09, 2013 4:34 pm

Well a Stihl saw doesnt have any wire particles so that must be alright then, maybe Sim could pop around and de sticker your bikes * Suzuki C800, De-badge * 3213823784
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeWed Jan 09, 2013 6:42 pm

I'm interested in the lighter fuel - how about using it to remove stickers from plastic fairing. Don't have any lighter fuel - petrol any good ? Have used hair drier and white spirit before but it takes bloody ages!
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeWed Jan 09, 2013 6:47 pm

Yeah petrol will be fine * Suzuki C800, De-badge * 3498837457 I've used petrol for removing sticker glue plenty of times.
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeWed Jan 09, 2013 6:57 pm

Petroleum lighter fluid is no more than petrol without all the crap added, pure & as Sim says will work fine. I also used nail varnish remover on a kids plastic toy recently and that worked.
WD40 should be left to sit for 5 minutes before using it. You can get stuff in DIY shops called "sticky stuff remover" that will also do the trick. the thing to remember apparently is the longer you soak the area with things like WD40, baby oil etc, the easier it will come off.
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeWed Jan 09, 2013 7:07 pm

Good idea with the petrol but if you add a lighted match to it you can garuntee that no sticker sticky will be left * Suzuki C800, De-badge * 2740622253
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeThu Jan 10, 2013 12:07 am

captain crash wrote:
Good idea with the petrol but if you add a lighted match to it you can garuntee that no sticker sticky will be left * Suzuki C800, De-badge * 2740622253

Or bike * Suzuki C800, De-badge * 3213823784 The Stihl saw is looking favourable now * Suzuki C800, De-badge * 852880 I'm available this weekend if anyone needs anything removing * Suzuki C800, De-badge * 1337224149
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeThu Jan 10, 2013 12:20 am

Somehow I got an inkling that you will not be required Sim. lol!
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeFri Jan 11, 2013 7:27 pm

did mine last week hair dryer for 10 minutes then plastic square used turps to remove the glue took ages but came off ok m800 badges came off in one go and with most of the glue on them and can reuse the badges if needed bike looks so much better clean custom paint next white/silver union jack with british and proud around it
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeFri Jan 11, 2013 11:40 pm

Good for you sounds ace * Suzuki C800, De-badge * 184121345
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeSat Jan 12, 2013 12:28 am

Sounds good Pete * Suzuki C800, De-badge * 3498837457 Looking forward to seeing your paint job mate .
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PostSubject: Re: * Suzuki C800, De-badge *   * Suzuki C800, De-badge * Icon_minitimeSat Jan 12, 2013 6:15 pm

just got to find someone good in my area now then get started a mate has given me a name but place has shut down will keep looking
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