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I like the white! Looks nice!
 
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Bias much lol
I've always liked white vehicles. The wife likes black. She just washed the black Pilot 2 days ago. We had a brief sprinkle of rain, it's now covered in water spots and dust.
 

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I've always liked white vehicles. The wife likes black. She just washed the black Pilot 2 days ago. We had a brief sprinkle of rain, it's now covered in water spots and dust.
I wouldn't touch this set up with a 20 foot pole. 😄 😆 :LOL: :ROFLMAO:
 

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Have you read up on VCM disabling?
 

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I have not. Whats it about? I will google it as well.
I'm convinced that the VCM is the cause for a lot of this vehicles future problems.
 
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Can you tell the diffferences between having VCM and not having it?
If your talking about performance, yes. Less hesitation when you hit the accelerator to pass. Your running on 6 cylinders 100% of the time. If I wanted a 4 cylinder, I'd have bought a CR-V.
 

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Good looking ride! Definitely get a VCM disabler, it's a "set it and forget it" install that gives you many benefits with almost no detriments. Also, look to do a transmission fluid drain and fill as well as a rear diff drain and fill. The transmissions really like fresh fluid on these vehicles and the rear diffs require more frequent service intervals with all of the clutch packs. Call it a small price to pay for having one of the best AWD systems available.


I've always liked white vehicles. The wife likes black. She just washed the black Pilot 2 days ago. We had a brief sprinkle of rain, it's now covered in water spots and dust.
Black vehicles in TX? Pass. I'm to the point where I don't know that I will ever purchase a dark colored vehicle again.
 

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Good looking ride! Definitely get a VCM disabler, it's a "set it and forget it" install that gives you many benefits with almost no detriments. Also, look to do a transmission fluid drain and fill as well as a rear diff drain and fill. The transmissions really like fresh fluid on these vehicles and the rear diffs require more frequent service intervals with all of the clutch packs. Call it a small price to pay for having one of the best AWD systems available.




Black vehicles in TX? Pass. I'm to the point where I don't know that I will ever purchase a dark colored vehicle again.

Which VCM would you perfer?
 

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Which VCM would you perfer?
I used VCMuzzler. It works fine for me but if I had to do it again I'd look at one of the ones that keeps the temperature gauge more accurate.
 
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