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Hi!


I've had my White up! for two weeks now and I'm very happy with it!

I took a giant leap and change from Passat to up!




Some mods been done already ( I removed the up! and bluemotion padges from the rear end)

and I have planned a few mods more (suspencion, wheels, audio update etc...) Will post them in time
 

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Hi there and welcome to the forum. Really glad you're enjoying your new up! and looking forward to seeing some pics of any modifications you do.
 

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Hi and welcome to the site


Interested in the mods you have planned so please keep us all updated!
 

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Welcome!! :)

sounds like you are already having fun with you up! cant wait to hear more about it, and maybe see soem pictures too?
 

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JUST LOOK AT THE STATE OF YOUR CARPET!!
Just kidding, looking good. Liking the de-badged back, looks smooth, clean,
........and giving me ideas!
 

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lol! i noticed the carpet too!! it does look pretty good without the badges... not sure i want to tho
 

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very good point, just shows your lovely up is well used and loved :)
 

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Just removed VW-padge and rear wiper from my up!. I did put a glass grommet to the hole that was left from the wiper. Will post some pics as soon as I could wash it (when the weather gets better. It's been raining whole week **** it).
 

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Looking good!

I like the clean rear without the stickers, however I'm also quite proud of the BlueMotion badge on mine, (or will be when the car is delivered!)

Decisions!!!
 

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I was thinking of debadgeing the rear looks more classy! How did you find the removing? Does it come off easily in one piece ?Any tips?

I'm thinking of putting the up logo on to the dash pad towards passenger side.
 

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I did use a fishing line to cut the adhesive. Badges came out very easy. Then I removed most of the adhesive remainings with a sharp blade and the rest with xylene.

My up!s bum looks very smooth now without any badges nor wiper
 

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i agree it looks very clean and smooth, but i actually dont like it with everything removed, sorry!
 
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