I removed mine with a hiardryer and some dental floss. Just heat up the badges to soften the glue behind them, then use the floss to gently remove them. You will have some glue residue left over, just scrub it off with some car wash.
I used a heating gun and it started melting my center piece light thingy, so just use a hair dryer and some fishing line. Dental floss doesnt last for **** when i did it. Use some wd40 to take the sticky stuff off.
Does this work for the nissan emblem as well? I haven't looked at it before and have often thought about debadging the car.... seeing how it says 200sx SE on the back anyways since i bought it. For some reason my SE-R came without the -R from the dealership.
Thanks for all the replies, guys! I'll get on it this week. And as far as some of you wanting the emblems, I'll be more than happy to hook you guys up, but the question is... Who should get them? Hmmmmmm...