Hey PrG, thanks for the great link. I've been takin' a lot of heat for wanting to go with the Honda wood trim. This looks like many more pieces, for a better price, and choice of different woods.PrG said:
Oh BTW, as I recall joshua tree was actually a different kit. wooddash and exoticwooddash were the X kits that appeared to be from the same mfr...But nothing listed for the Pilot yet...
Looks like from this link here that ExoticWoodDash will be offering some real wood options, at least for the Pilot. Or is 'Real' just their name for real looking wood?TheWorm said:Keep in mind that these are NOT real wood (or haven't been for the MDX, anyway) -- but they are an excellent match to the existing trim in the cars.
Have we really been that hot on youSoapPlant said:Hey PrG, thanks for the great link. I've been takin' a lot of heat for wanting to go with the Honda wood trim.
I think the rosewood would look very sharp!OK, so what suggestions for a Sandstone EX-L (saddle interior)?
I was thinking (1) Medium Real Burlwood, (2) Dark Real Burlwood or (3) Synthetic Light Burlwood. I'm thinking something with a little tinge of red might set the interior off nicely!Threadhead said:
Have we really been that hot on you
I think the rosewood would look very sharp!
SoapPlant said:I was thinking (1) Medium Real Burlwood, (2) Dark Real Burlwood or (3) Synthetic Light Burlwood. I'm thinking something with a little tinge of red might set the interior off nicely!I see what you mean, the touch of red would set off saddle off well.
By the way, I don't think these pcs. look any more "real" in the pictures than the Honda ones? Maybe its just me?I haven't seen any of ExotixWoodDash's in person, but I'm thinking of stopping by seeing that they are so close to me. If I go, I will let you know what I think.
But I can say this... I ride in an MDX almost every day and IMHO the wood trim looks fake. Not having seen the Honda version for the Pilot, it seems resonable that they would be using the same manufaturer, and thus it would look the same.
On the other hand, in my brother's QX4, the rosewood (what it looks like to me) does not look fake and is very tastefully done.
In case you didn't know, the Honda wood trim kit is the adhesive kind.PrG said:Question I have about these is ... they look as if they are not replacement dash segments but instead the adhesive kind ... If so, I will opt for the actual replacement pieces ...