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    should i use plastic fillers for a cleaner look?

    i installed a pioneer Avic n2 in my integra but i flipped my dash kit so the headunit would be installed lower. Now the install doesnt look clean at all since the dash kit wasnt meant to be flipped around. When i brake hard, the headunit actually move alittle forward along with the dash kit since it is not really secure and clipped to the dash of the car. I was thinking of applying plastic fillers to mold the dash kit into the surrounding car dash and paint it black to give it a cleaner look and at the same time, re enforce it so it doesnt move and it would also be hard to steal. . do you think this is a good idea? any other suggestions?



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    Re: should i use plastic fillers for a cleaner look?

    Yep!! That's what I did in my accord to integrate it better. Just be careful that you don't flex the panel too much once you have it done or you'll be doing it over!!!




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