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      04-03-2008, 09:58 AM   #1
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betalink. HOW to remove.

ok, well i thinking about using some betalink for some of my lips spoiler area. is it removable in anyway? and after the lip, spoiler is removed what can take off the marks left by the betlink? polish? compound?

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I hear it's pretty tough to remove betalink. People who have removed their betalinked spoilers spent the entire day doing it.
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i'd like to know as well
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you have to use the beta link remover and tons of it. Keep soaking it and eventually it will come off. Its a huge pain in the ass. I had to to it for a rear spoiler a while back.I ended up scratcing the trunk pretty bad because it was so much. I covered it with my painted oem carbon fiber spoiler.
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crap i was hoping that it would come to that^^ i might just use some betalink on some parts of the front aero lip. the corners to be exact and where the two V's come in.


did u try, polish or rubbing compound first?

just seems as the 3M stuff doesnt like to keep the corners as flush as betalink.
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