All you have to do is slide the passenger seat forward a bit and slide the armrest right off the spindle, and SHAZAM!!! you can do whatever you want with the cooler. I don't have much need for it but it isn't a major thing to take probably 15 seconds to remove it!Looks good! How hard is it to take the 'cooler' out with that armrest?
There are a couple of dividers, and I believe you can get more if needed.I'm tempted to spring for the armrest, in part because I understand it offers additional storage inside. If I'm right about that, what happens to the stored stuff when the armrest is swiveled into the upright position? Are there any dividers to keep things from sliding into a messy heap inside the armrest?
I did it myself, it was pretty easy. I got the armrest at my local honda dealer, he matched the price for H and A and he was right next to where I work.The intake is fabulous. What is the advantage on an E? How much and did you diy?
Where did you get the arm rest, I like it. I want the cooler too, my 2010 did not come with one.
Drool is good to keep your papers from flying out the window.
The hardest part was taking off the front grill/bumper, but it wasn't that bad. just a couple of screws and a few clips, comes right off and pops right back on. The whole process took about 1 1/2 hrs to complete with 1 person helping. Part of that time was spent filling the area that I mounted the grill guard to with hot melt glue and small pieces of wood to screw the guard on without seeing any mounting hardware, since I had the front end off it was the easiest way to do it.OK, so the intake improves MPG. Does it clash or otherwise mess with the stock settings or the computer? It looks expensive and difficult for a novice to install. How long did the install take you?
Works great! Just have to remove it, which takes all of 15 seconds,to get to the cooler. I don't really use the cooler as a cooler anyhow!!So, the arm rest will work in an EX? I wanted to order one, but the dealer said it wouldn't work...