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Just trying to cleanse my Z of any uneccesary fluff, any help on how to get the Z125 emblem off of the tank shroud?
 

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or use an old screw driver with a screwed up jagged edge, slide it along the paint a good 2" and tap it under the emblem with a good size framing hammer. when it lifts just keep pounding with a hammer. pulling it off might peel the paint so big hammer is the answer. then wax
 

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or use an old screw driver with a screwed up jagged edge, slide it along the paint a good 2" and tap it under the emblem with a good size framing hammer. when it lifts just keep pounding with a hammer. pulling it off might peel the paint so big hammer is the answer. then wax
LMFAO.


Dude. I thought you had heard. Jackhammers are the way to go these days. It's what all the coooool kids are doing. That and battery acid. Throw some on there, fire up that hammer to 40000 rpm and go to it.

Then wax....
 

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What I like to do is...

Fire up the jet.

Place the bike 97.720 feet behind said jet. Not too far but not too close.

Run it up to about 90 percent and about 800 celsius.

Let bake for about 13.389 seconds.

Peel off sticker.

Then wax..........
 

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You receive some very interesting information I always use fishing line to take it off just go right down through and then remove the excess gum
 

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Relax. It's an emblem. Peel it off like superpainterjill said, use something like wd 40 to help with dissolving the glue, clean, dry and wax. You will be good to go.

Oh and htfu.
 

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Hair dryer and dental floss pulled slowly behind the emblem,Easy stuff, then use Wd40 or Goo Gone to remove the left over glue with your fingernail.
Wax and you are GTG.
this is the way I debadge any of my customers vehicles only I have a heat gun. Low heat and it comes right off. Little bit of goo gone on a rag t remove any glue that may still be there. Then wash the area to remove the goo gone and wax.
 
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