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post #991 of 997 (permalink) Old 12-30-2016, 03:08 PM
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Can I order direct as well? I'm in Las Vegas, Nv
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Does this device work with the 2016-2017 Pilot? Thanks.
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post #993 of 997 (permalink) Old 01-07-2017, 02:52 PM
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Well, I received mine this week for a 2015 Pilot EX-L. Put it in this morning, took about 2 minutes. Did not have to remove the engine cover. I've only drove it about 10 miles around town, just checking it out. Also spent about 10 minutes each idling at 2 separate stops while my wife ran in stores.

Verdict so far: It is AWESOME. Runs great, has not shifted into VCM once yet. Running very smooth. I look forward to further driving and testing it but the first impression is great!

I do have to say that it is very cold here today (35 degree outside, usually about 55) so we'll see but I am very pleased so far. I started with the blue resister, as recommended.
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I have had my muzzler since July 2015 and have driven 22,000 miles on my 2011 Pilot. I have had no issues at all. The eco light rarely displays, and it has never engaged the VCM causing the vibration. I would highly recommend this product!

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Mine is one the way -- looking forward to getting it installed on my '10 & disabling the "error that Honda made"! It's obvious that Verbatim has done the research and produces a quality "solution", AND he sure does make it a pleasure & easy to do biz! ;-) Mc
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Mine is one the way -- looking forward to getting it installed on my '10 & disabling the "error that Honda made"! It's obvious that Verbatim has done the research and produces a quality "solution", AND he sure does make it a pleasure & easy to do biz! ;-) Mc


Agree with you. Mine is on the way too. Only had my 14 pilot for about 2 months but can't wait to "fix" it lol.


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Obviously, I'm a bit biased with my answer, but the maxlink is a copy of my first generation model. It does not have replaceable resistors, to my knowledge, unless they've copied my Gen II model as well (wouldn't surprise me). Not meaning to bad mouth anyone, but it's a shame people can't come up with their own ideas.
Agree, that looks exactly the same as my Gen1 Muzzler.


Sorry, I was referring to below post;

"Originally Posted by JRN78 View Post
Hey guys just want to see what you think. I found this website How to Purchase - Disable (VCM) Variable Cylinder Management for a VCM disabler. My question is do I go with the VCM MUZZLER 2 or do I go with the MAXILINK. If I go with the MUZZLER how much is it and how can I get one. Any help would be greatly appreciated."

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