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K5 Optima Store 10-23-2014 07:34 PM

Kia K900 3.0 K Emblems - K5 Optima Store
 

Introducing the 3.0 K Emblems

We carry all variations of the 3.0 K Emblems! So you can order the 2 Pc, 3 Pc, or 7 Pc combo.

You can also order the wheel caps or steering wheel emblems by themselves.



NOW SHIPPING FREE TO US & CANADA!


Available in the following options: Carbon Fiber, Black, Blue & Red!


Description:

Kia Optima 3.0 K Emblems

Made in S. Korea.


Vehicle Application:

2015+ Kia K900


Installation Guide:

Clean the area before applying.

Set the badge to the right position.

Remove the plastic film on the back of the badge.

Affix it and press in firmly by using a clean and dry cloth.


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THANK YOU FOR LOOKING!

K5 Optima Store 01-27-2015 07:47 PM

Here are a few pics of the emblems install on our 2015 K900:

http://i.imgur.com/NxEAm7F.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/msUfRF8.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/kGGlRTu.jpg

K5 Optima Store 05-19-2015 04:39 PM

Bump for any new members!

K5 Optima Store 07-29-2015 02:38 PM

If you guys have a moment and have purchased emblems from us, please post up some pictures here for others to see.

CLWKing7 08-10-2015 03:33 PM

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Originally Posted by K5 Optima Store (Post 7682)
If you guys have a moment and have purchased emblems from us, please post up some pictures here for others to see.



Do you have any pictures of the Wheel Caps... also how hard is it to replace those? I saw your instructions on your site for the Hood, Trunk and Steering Wheel, but nothing on the wheel caps.

K5 Optima Store 08-10-2015 04:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CLWKing7 (Post 7945)
Do you have any pictures of the Wheel Caps... also how hard is it to replace those? I saw your instructions on your site for the Hood, Trunk and Steering Wheel, but nothing on the wheel caps.

No pictures as of now, however they look the same as the Optima or any other model of Kia as they all use the same wheel caps. They are extremely easy to install as they are designed to fit perfectly over the top of the original wheel caps. You simply peel the double sided tape and stick them right on.

CLWKing7 08-10-2015 04:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by K5 Optima Store (Post 7985)
No pictures as of now, however they look the same as the Optima or any other model of Kia as they all use the same wheel caps. They are extremely easy to install as they are designed to fit perfectly over the top of the original wheel caps. You simply peel the double sided tape and stick them right on.

Great thanks! I Have a K900. I saw your Blue one (gorgeous by the way!). It almost looks like you have completely blacked out the wheel caps?

K5 Optima Store 08-10-2015 05:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CLWKing7 (Post 7993)
Great thanks! I Have a K900. I saw your Blue one (gorgeous by the way!). It almost looks like you have completely blacked out the wheel caps?

Thank you. Yes exactly, I just used some black vinyl and placed the circles right over the KIA logo.

K5 Optima Store 10-14-2015 07:16 PM

Have you seen these emblems yet??

Pickup a set for your K900 today!

We offer free same day shipping

FunonH20 11-13-2015 08:32 PM

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This evening I installed the 7 piece chrome set with faux carbon fiber from K5 Optima. The hood and trunk are chrome plastic with a black carbon fiber looking (?) sticker in the middle. The front and rear look okay at 50' but the closer you get the cheaper they look.

The rim center caps and steering wheel are very thin aluminum. The black on these is not a sticker. I am guessing it is an enamel or something.

The 3M adhesive for the center caps came all the way to the edge of the cap. Doing a dry fit you can see the thick 3M adhesive all around the cap. I took a razor and back cut the adhesive so the cap fits closer. While pressing one of them in place I pushed a tad too hard and it dented in slightly. They look ok.

The steering wheel was last to be installed. This, like the front and back, cannot be dry fitted. There is no going back after you pry off and destroy the KIA emblem.

Oh holy @#%*& the Mrs is a livid as I am. I took what was an excellent, top quality leather wheel and turn it into what looks like a bird S#@T right in the center of it. We are headed to the dealer first think in the morning to have them order whatever it takes to get it back to factory. The thin aluminum emblem also uses the thick 3M adhesive which if installed as delivered would also show all around the emblem. Again I back cut the adhesive around the perimeter and stuck it in place.The emblem has a slight cup shape but it drastically short of tucking backing into steering wheel for a neat fit light the factory. The 3M holds it so far off that you can see a huge gap all the way around the emblem.

You don't have too say it....$70


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