Alright finally installed the rear bowtie I painted myself. After 2 hours, a lot of wax-free floss and pretty must a bottle of goo-gone the new bowtie was on. I highly suggest anyone who is going to do this heat up the rear bowtie to make it easier and use fish line instead of floss.
When I took off the factory rear bowtie this is what I was left to remove
After an hr I had most of it off
Finally after nearly 2 hours It was all gone
All that effort and aggravation it took literally two minutes to line up the new bowtie and put it on
So here are a before and after pic: