View Poll Results: Should I remove the factory 'ram air' and red 'trans am' with bird stickers?

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  • Yes, take them both off and completely black it out

    8 44.44%
  • Leave them both!

    3 16.67%
  • Leave the ram air, but take off the rear bird and "T/A"

    3 16.67%
  • Leave the bird on the back, but take off the hood stickers

    4 22.22%
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Should I remove the factory stickers to finish blacking out?

This is a discussion on Should I remove the factory stickers to finish blacking out? within the Appearance Section forums, part of the General Help category; take em off...

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    take em off

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    2001 Pontiac Trans Am WS6

    Quote Originally Posted by sharptransam View Post
    where would be a good place to get a black one? know a good site?
    Anyone know where to get one blacked out? Mine is fadding and the blacked out ones look clean.

    Anyone done this and where they got it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptransam View Post
    I couldn't find it on that site. that sucks.
    Call them. Might help. I had to when looking for GM parts.

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    Ok. I'll have to do that.

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    95-black & 80-blue
    95 Trans Am and 80 TA

    i LOVE tha blacked out look so go for it! my car is like 99.9% black


    95 TA A4, Black on Black C5 Z06 wheels, CAI, 160 powerstat, TB coolent bypass, TB foil, LT4 Knock Sensor, STB, SFC, Poly trans and torque arm mounts, flowmaster muffler, gutted cat, and hypertech tuned.
    http://www.fquick.com/SexyTransAm

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    Quote Originally Posted by SexyTransAm View Post
    i LOVE tha blacked out look so go for it! my car is like 99.9% black
    Hey Sexy, here's that other .1% black you were looking for.

    http://www.afterthoughtsauto.com/smoothlocks.html

    Sexy, did you buy a new rear panel filler of fix your own?

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    95-black & 80-blue
    95 Trans Am and 80 TA

    Quote Originally Posted by sharptransam View Post
    Hey Sexy, here's that other .1% black you were looking for.

    http://www.afterthoughtsauto.com/smoothlocks.html

    Sexy, did you buy a new rear panel filler of fix your own?
    lol my locks r black i painted them too.
    and i didnt do anything to my rear panel, it came with the black decals all round the car

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