Replacement bonnet badge

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Post by snipez999 »

Getting some bling ready for when our new cars arrive.
Anyone replaced their Gen 3 bonnet badge at all?
Keen to know if it's standard sized (ie. same as a 911?) and fitted with two prongs and 'speed nuts' as I quite fancy one of these to go with my Greyon and gloss black 'look'.
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Post by FirstSeaLord »

You're behind the game. You need some of this sh*t: https://newsroom.porsche.com/en_US/2023 ... 34381.html
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Post by mueslibrown »

Had to do the Turbo(nite) badge upgrade on my Turbo :D

Really pleased with this look and the only colour crest left is on the steering wheel airbag which works fine for the interior.

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Post by Woodhouse »

Looks good against the dolomite 👍
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Post by Jon A »

Not sure I think one looks any better than the other - if my arm was being twisted, I prefer the original but entirely subjective of course. 🤷‍♂️
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Post by crockers »

Jon A wrote: Sun Jul 07, 2024 8:41 pm Not sure I think one looks any better than the other - if my arm was being twisted, I prefer the original but entirely subjective of course. 🤷‍♂️
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Post by FirstSeaLord »

I like it, but not so much that I despise the OEM version

Alas there's no way I could change the bonnet without also changing my steering wheel badge as well - as otherwise my OCD would be triggered so badly that I'd never leave the house for fear of leaving something on
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Post by Col Lamb »

OK, tongue in cheek.

You do realise that it is a non Porsche part and hence invalidates the Warranty.
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Col Lamb wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 7:17 am OK, tongue in cheek.

You do realise that it is a non Porsche part and hence invalidates the Warranty.
That’s what I was thinking, for instance if you had any issues with bonnet alignment, sorry sir warranty invalid 🤔😆😆
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