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Old 12-16-05, 01:03 AM
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Where can I find Honda Pilot rear spoiler?

Aside from going directly to the dealer and bending over... does anyone know where I can find this part? I live in Miami and unsurprisingly, someone literally ripped it off my car and stole it! Not that it would fit on any other vehicle nor is it even close to looking cool... But, nonetheless, I don't like my car looking like crap and I want to get a replacement for it. I've looked all over Google for "Honda Pilot Spoiler" and nobody sells these things...

Can someone help me out? I'm just looking for the plain old factory rear spoiler so my car looks right and the third brake light works!

Thanks
Old 12-16-05, 01:26 AM
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Is THIS it?
Old 12-16-05, 01:41 AM
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Check out the forums on www.clubsi.com They have an activity FL group I think, so post something up there, and they can give you a heads up of a good place to go (or an online store to get it from).

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Try here: Majestic Honda

(Direct link for tailgate parts.)
Old 12-16-05, 04:19 AM
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www.handaaccessories.com

They are a dealer, but offer stuff at a great discount. I got stuff for my Oddessey, my Element, and my dad just got some stuff for his new Acura.
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Second handaaccessories.com you can also call them they sell the full range of parts if not listed on their website. Good discount in general over local dealer. Im not familiar with the pilot spoiler but if it was body color you may have to get it painted. If thats the case you may consider filing insurance, do you have comprehensive coverage?
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Ditto with www.handaaccessories.com. I bought a couple of things for my Accord from them for much less than the dealership.
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Why the fuck would an SUV need a spoiler?
Old 12-16-05, 10:09 AM
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www.hondasuv.com - they have forums for each type of honda suv out and they are active enough. People on there are pretty cool and know where to get cheap parts and such. I just bought a crv and have found that to be a pretty good resource.
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Lets review:

This car NEEDS a spoiler:


This car NEEDS a spoiler:


This car NEEDS a spoiler:


This car DOES NOT NEED a spoiler:
Old 12-16-05, 10:33 AM
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okay - that's two threadcraps in a row... you're very very funny... congratulations.
Old 12-16-05, 10:34 AM
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I bet TopBunk would be able to tell you.
Old 12-16-05, 10:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Trigger
okay - that's two threadcraps in a row... you're very very funny... congratulations.
Thank you

It is however a serious question. I really want to know. I've never seen something this ridiculous before. Why would you put a spoiler on a Honda Pilot?
Old 12-16-05, 10:45 AM
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Originally Posted by Green Jello
Thank you

It is however a serious question. I really want to know. I've never seen something this ridiculous before. Why would you put a spoiler on a Honda Pilot?
I was thinking the same thing.
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Not trying to crap here either but why would you put a spoiler on an SUV? In fact, what exactly is a spoiler and why would you put it on anything? Does it actually do something or is it just something pretty to look at? I'm simply curious here...
Old 12-16-05, 11:11 AM
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Originally Posted by Green Jello
Thank you

It is however a serious question. I really want to know. I've never seen something this ridiculous before. Why would you put a spoiler on a Honda Pilot?

Well DUH!!!

It makes your vehicle go faster.....


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Old 12-16-05, 11:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Kittydreamer
Not trying to crap here either but why would you put a spoiler on an SUV? In fact, what exactly is a spoiler and why would you put it on anything? Does it actually do something or is it just something pretty to look at? I'm simply curious here...
why on an SUV, someone else would have to answer that. But on fast cars, it helps stabilize when driving at high speeds (over 100mph). as for what it is, a rear spoiler is the wing looking thing on the trunk. I could see wanting to replace it for asthetics if it were a front spoiler (part of or below the bumper)

as for the thread craps, i kinda agree with them...
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on second thought, instead of editing my thread I will publicly take it back.. my car (wagon) has a rear spoiler, and I would replace it too if someone stole it.



and the op can be talking about the part where the rear brake light is attached to. Lets hope so..

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Originally Posted by grrrah
why on an SUV, someone else would have to answer that. But on fast cars, it helps stabilize when driving at high speeds (over 100mph). as for what it is, a rear spoiler is the wing looking thing on the trunk. I could see wanting to replace it for asthetics if it were a front spoiler (part of or below the bumper)

as for the thread craps, i kinda agree with them...
So, those dorky things are actually useful?
Old 12-16-05, 11:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Kittydreamer
So, those dorky things are actually useful?
not for normal driving, and I rarely drive 100mph anymore, but if I had a sports car, I would probalby take it to track days where it would be very usefull.
Old 12-16-05, 11:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Kittydreamer
So, those dorky things are actually useful?
Yup. Think of it as a reverse wing. Instead of creating lift to help an airplane take off and stay in the air, a spoiler creates downforce to keep the car closer to the ground so the tires grip better.
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Oh....got it! Thank you, grrrah and shizawn!
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Originally Posted by grrrah
and the op can be talking about the part where the rear brake light is attached to. Lets hope so..
OK! I'm going to hope (for the good of all mankind) that that's what guppie is asking about.
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