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Here's Part number for JDM RS emblem, JDM Key Cover, Honda Red Emblem

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Old 06-19-2013, 09:57 PM
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Here's Part number for JDM RS emblem, JDM Key Cover, Honda Red Emblem

Hello,

My JDM Honda Red Emblem, JDM RS Emblem and JDM Key Cover with Red Honda emblem finally arrived after waiting since early February
I bought all this Genuine emblem from A-J Racing in Canada.
I am willing to wait for a long time because I just want to make sure
I got the REAL GENUINE Item since many sold in ebay or amazon were allegedly to be fake, counterfeit.

and because I am willing to wait for a long time, I got bonus of Radiator Cover from A-J Racing ! Thanks Jason, for your good customer service

Now,
I often see several people still asking the Part Number for Honda Red Emblem
and also JDM RS Emblem,
so hopefully this thread will help make it easier when they run a search function to look for the part number.

Here are the pictures:
1. Collection of pictures still wrapped :




2. Left is Rear emblem, Right is Front emblem




3. Collection of parts again:




4. T1R radiator cover still wrapped:




5. RS FRONT Grill emblem:




6. RS Rear Emblem:


7. RS Front emblem which show the 2 piece of it:




8. collection of pictures unwrapped:




9. Front Honda Emblem:





10. Rear Honda Emblem:





11. JDM Honda Key Cover with Red Honda Logo:




12. T1R radiator cover unwrapped:



I hope the picture with clear part number beside the item,
will help other who want to buy this parts
 

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Old 06-19-2013, 10:11 PM
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Does that front RS emblem fit the GD3 grille? And how much was it if you don't mind me asking?
 
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Old 06-19-2013, 10:33 PM
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Originally Posted by jmsplitfyre View Post
Does that front RS emblem fit the GD3 grille? And how much was it if you don't mind me asking?
Hello,
I am not familiar with GD3 grille since I never owned a GD3,
but I think most likely you can fit them with some modification at the back.
even the USDM GE fit might not fit properly and I might had to do some modification tomorrow... will see...

for the price, I think it is best to contact A-J Racing directly because I don't know whether their pricing had change or not since now Japanese Yen is much cheaper then when I bought it

so you might actually could get them cheaper compare to me

Jason at A-J Racing are very good at customer service
 
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Old 06-19-2013, 10:46 PM
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Maybe if the installation isn't too bad, I may pick up a set of the RS emblems myself. Looks like it shouldn't be too bad.
 
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Here is what I did to make sure it install properly, (read: secure stronger then OEM mounting).


This is the Grill, notice the original chrome color honda emblem mounting holes:





Turn out the Red Honda Emblem had slightly different pin position, so I use white correction pen, put the ink on the tip of the pin, and then
press it against the grill surface to mark where to drill:








Use dremel to drill the marked holes:




Cover the original holes with hot glue and also put little bit of glue at the new red emblem pin:




using 7mm socket wrench, to put back the original locking ring onto the pin:








Put hot glue on top of the locking ring to make sure this is PERMANENTLY FIX !!!







The result:




now below is the backing plate of the RS emblem notice several protruding plastic:




I use Dremel to cut the protruding plastic because it interfere with the installation of our grille (since this RS emblem originally design for JDM grille):




Use Long and Super Long screw, to attached the backing plate and the RS emblem:










To make sure it's permanent, (hey it is an expensive emblem hahaha ), I again pour hot glue:




The result:




After install back on my car, gee, my car was without emblem for 4 months since I took out the emblem in middle of February after installing the PIAA horn because I thought the JDM Honda Emblem suppose to arrive end of February...
Lot's of people ask because they thought I like the the all black without any emblem look...
truth is, I am waiting for my JDM Honda Red emblem and I took out my original emblem too early...

now this is PERFECT like what I want it to be...







I already install the REAR RS emblem, but I had not install the REAR Honda Red emblem because
I am too tired after installing sway bar today,
and I want to install that rear Honda Red Emblem at the same time I do sound deadening for the rear hatch door...

and I am still waiting for my acoustic foam to arrive next week... so that going to wait a bit more...
 
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I had posted the picture below on my other thread about JDM RS Rear Bumper,
but I figure I need to post it here too,
so someday if someone search for topic on JDM Honda Red Emblem and JDM RS emblem, they can see the result after the install

so here are the pictures...
(all done except Honda Red Rear emblem which will be done by next week "hopefully")...


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and just to compare with the front









 
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Originally Posted by BMW ALPINA View Post
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using 7mm socket wrench, to put back the original locking ring onto the pin:

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I did it the same way... lol 7mm socket. BTW, you know that's how it's done in the Honda service manual/install instructions for the gold emblems.

NICE touch with the hot glue... I just used little dabs of PL on the pins & the push nuts.

Just in case anyone needs to know in the future the part # for those are 90301-ST0-003 NUT, PUSH (3MM)
 
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Originally Posted by BMW ALPINA View Post
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Turn out the Red Honda Emblem had slightly different pin position, so I use white correction pen, put the ink on the tip of the pin, and then
press it against the grill surface to mark where to drill:








Use dremel to drill the marked holes:
...
That's a good way to do it... I went the measuring route (measured different reference points to pin point it exact), then I used my metric drill set for the drilling of the pin holes.

I still have to install the RS emblems which I've had for a while.. lol
 
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Originally Posted by FitStir View Post
I did it the same way... lol 7mm socket. BTW, you know that's how it's done in the Honda service manual/install instructions for the gold emblems.
NICE touch with the hot glue... I just used little dabs of PL on the pins & the push nuts.
Just in case anyone needs to know in the future the part # for those are 90301-ST0-003 NUT, PUSH (3MM)
Yap, we are TWINS

and thanks for the part number, I am going to save them on my excel spreadsheet list of parts note

but I did not know that this is the way it's done by Honda too,
I just make a guess on how I would do it and so I came up with this idea of using 7mm socket
 

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That bak bumper omg it's sexy looks good alpinA
 
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Originally Posted by BMW ALPINA View Post
Yap, we are TWINS

and thanks for the part number, I am going to save them on my excel spreadsheet list of parts note
...
[email protected]!!! LOL We really are twins... I keep track on an Excel spreadsheet too... that's where I copied the part # from just before. LOLOL!!!!

I have the Japanese install instructions on my other computer's hard drive somewhere of the install for the gold emblems for the GE8, and you're SPOT ON!!!! 7mm socket is what they used... If you need if I can probably find it this weekend.
 
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Originally Posted by Wafulz View Post
That bak bumper omg it's sexy looks good alpinA
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[email protected]!!! LOL We really are twins... I keep track on an Excel spreadsheet too... that's where I copied the part # from just before. LOLOL!!!!

I have the Japanese install instructions on my other computer's hard drive somewhere of the install for the gold emblems for the GE8, and you're SPOT ON!!!! 7mm socket is what they used... If you need if I can probably find it this weekend.
Hi Wafulz, Thanks and how do you like your new speaker that you just install? is it much better than Honda stock speaker?
cause I feel that the Honda stock speaker already good, but if they can be improved with just changing speaker, then I might want to do it soon too...
I have future plan to change speaker but that involved putting larger power amp too, still if your experience show that just changing speaker with stock Head Unit already improve, then I can upgrade faster (ie: lower budget since I don't have to buy the power amp now hahaha )

FitStir my Twin Brother ,
if you can post the manual to install the gold emblem here,
it would benefit the future reader of this thread even more then what I had wrote on this thread so far, so please if you have time,
post it here as a collaboration effort of The TWINS
 
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Anyone know how to post up a pdf?

I remembered wrong, it's actually 8mm, but I think I used a 7mm also.
 

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Originally Posted by FitStir View Post
Anyone know how to post up a pdf?

I remembered wrong, it's actually 8mm, but I think I used a 7mm also.
Hi FitStir,

I also don't know how to post PDF,
but if possible, could you please post more of the instruction to take out the Rear Honda emblem,
cause that is the only one I have not done yet...

Thanks
 
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Install instructions for 08F20-TF0-001










 

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FitStir, Thank You So Much !
 
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Finally have time to install the Rear Honda Red Emblem yesterday,...

basically you need to took out the half part of the handle (at the plastic rear hatch lining), then just yank all that plastic lining,
after that took out the rear wiper arm and motor,
then unscrew the single black bolt holding the black plastic trim (where the emblem located), then yank out that black plastic trim...

then drill a new hole for the emblem mounting attachment,
then dremel the center part of the plastic housing since the Honda H red emblem do not curve as much as the original factory emblem,
then add some double tape on top and bottom of the new Honda H red emblem to help cover the still there gap between the new emblem
and the black plastic trim...

that is all...

here are the pictures of the screw that you need to take off from the rear wiper motor
and the screw for the black plastic trim...

I forgot to take picture on how to dremel the black plastic trim center piece,
but once you try to check the curvature of the black plastic trim vs. old emblem and compare it to new emblem,
you will know where to dremel/grind...




 
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