revlimiter Badges - Customized for YOUR car.
- Is there a badge style you want not listed in my store? Let me make it for you.
- Price: Custom badges start at $65 each plus shipping. That includes the badge and a half hour of design time
assuming you choose a standard vinyl color that's in stock (see below). If
more than a half hour is required, the final cost will be a bit higher. Really, it just depends on how much you
want done, how well you can communicate your ideas, and how many hours it takes to finish.
A selection of GT-R logo items. I think every shop makes these. I had to throw my version into the ring.
A selection of custom-color Elanore badges and keychains. This was the 4th or 5th time I'd made the Elanore badges in yellow
and green, so they became a regular store item.
A custom order from a long time supporter. This hand-drawn Daft Punk badge has all foil colors. It glows in the sun.
I did a short run of brushed Yotsuba clover badges. The brushed metal foil looks slick doesn't it?
The vintage Toyota TEq badge! Pearl white and red with chrome foil. This became a regular item
The Elanore badge in LE red with a white background instead of black. Very smooth.
A pair of Rarity badges to match the custom gauge faces, AEM faces, and HVAC that I created. Also, keychains!
A custom badge for a Honda-swapped Miata. This was part of an order that included matching Honda-inspired gauges.
With a pair of custom Monda keychains to complete the set.
A vintage H logo meant for a non-Miata. Check out the shots of it installed.
This is a set of the Model 36 badges in red. The customer wanted the Mazda logo from the RX-2 used. The results speak
My Type-M keychain done as a badge with a yellow background.
How to Order
Custom badge orders are done via email. I make the badges by hand in small batches. Obviously your custom design will not be in
stock, so there will be a short wait after we work out the details until I can ship your parts.
Go to my order form
and we'll get something shiny on your car ASAP.
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