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I've read most of the threads on the subjet but I have have another question.

I have a Pilot with the RES kit. I've seen a few people mention kits that also cover the video unit on the roof. I'm looking for a kit that covers everything including the roof display unit. I have not found anything yet. I've looked at bodytrim.com at their full kit without Navi but it's the dash and center console only. Is there another kit?

Thanks for the help.
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Here's where I got my RES trim.

edashkit.com

If you like, I can post a pic tonite of the RES wood grain.


BTW, I know Honda makes a kit as well ... here's a link


Honda wood grain
 

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Thanks for the reply. I have the same SageBrush Pilot so that's makes me feel even better about adding the wood trim. Not sure just yet which wood to add. For the honda, It's WAY to expensive for me, even if it does look very nice.

On your purchase, where you happy with edashkit? Anything I should watch for?

Also, the pics would be nice.
Thanks again! I love this forum!:2:
 

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umpire: Although I have no experience with the wood trim, here are three different ones that are being auctioned off on E-Bay...

They are in the thread E-Bay items and were posted on 07/25/2003...

I don't know if any of the three kits cover the RES on the roof display unit, but if you go to the E-Bay ads, you may find additional info!

Here is the first one:
 

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edashkit

ok,

cost of the EX deluxe and RES kits in Japanese Cherry Wood was $216.

The kit is soft and flexible. By feel, it won't be mistaken for wood. My wife's BMW factory installed wood trim, on the other hand, had the look and feel of wood - but that came as part of a $1,275 premium package.

Only thing I would have preferred would have been for the adhesive promoter in the form of a tube, instead of a damp mini-sponge. It would be much easier to apply the promoter if it came in a dispensing tube.

Otherwise, for the price, I'm pleased with the results.

From left to right, front to rear,

here's the front driver's door
 

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here's the roof sunglass / light trim
 

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Here's the center console (1 of 3)
 

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Center console (2 of 3)

Wood trim covering the storage areas
 

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Center console (3 of 3)

View from the front dashboard of the rear portion of the center console storage and storage door.
 

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Front passenger door
 

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Rear driver door
 

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RES rear console
 

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RES (1 of 2)
 

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RES (2 of 2)

side view
 

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Rear passenger door
 

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sfhondapilot,

The wood trim looks really good! Is it real wood or synthetic? They don't say anwhere on the edashkit.com website.

- shutrbug
 

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shutrbug, the trim kit is synthetic.
 

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Thanks a bunch

Thanks for the pictures. My wife can get a look at it before we buy now.

Also, the ones listed on Ebay are only the base kits. If we decide the deluxe is too much, we may go for one of those.

Thanks again for all the info.

john
 
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