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How many of you removed the CP-E badging on the intake??? Well I took it off a few days ago and am still a little hesitant on the glue it left behind, because I don't want to use anything to abrasive and remove the powdercoating...

Anyone have any suggestions???

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massage it with your thumbs...just rub the glue with your thumbs and it'll ball up to smudges, then dissipate
 

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Try fire!!!! Then take pictures so we can see how "well" it worked!!
 

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Ben,

Try goo gone first. Its not an abrasive. I actually used it when debadging my V6 and Mazda6 tags on my car.
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If you have exhausted all those options, you can try either Acetone or gasoline. But please make sure that you thoroughly clean the pipe before reinstalling or you will not like the outcome.

We used to use these methods in the Navy when nothing else would work.
 

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WD40 to remove the fresh adhesive, and then rubbing alcohol or Windex to remove the WD40. Guaranteed to work, this is tried and true... Never fails. Note: old adhesive will take a lot more time to come off if adhesive has already dried and hardened from time.
 
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