As Cintocrunch has, just please make sure you get correct beam pattern and aimed for what you are trying to improve (fog, extra with low beam, high beam distance). The light bar craze is getting annoying on the roads real fast with crazy glare. Worse than cheap HID in poor reflector headlights. I had one guy today driving in misting rain in a pickup with hood (by windshield) mounted curved bar on. crazy glare and blinding everybody.If Morimoto has an XB that fits the 3rd gen Pilot, grab that. I have it for the 2nd gen and it's a very nice setup. High quality, easy factory style adjustment, plug and play.
If you are seeking additional light I'd look at two different lights...
-Rigid D series SAE fog light. I have had these on the Sonata for a couple years, they provide excellent width, I've only been flashed a couple times when I am cresting a hill. The beam pattern is perfect for a fog light. I have the yellow covers I throw on if it's raining/snowing/foggy and dark out to help with visibility.
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-The Hella De fogs, either with a halogen bulb or with a PNP HID bulb installed. I've used these multiple times before and have always been totally satisfied with the looks, the size and the performance.
Whatever you go with it is imperative that you have the proper beam pattern and it is aimed properly. If you cannot achieve either of those than the lights are only suitable as supplements to the high beams, which is fine and I've run multiple light bars in this manner. But do not go blinding other drivers, it's rude and dangerous. PSA over.