2014 Dodge Viper Paint Correction-Tampa Fl.

Discussion in 'Viper Detailing Tips & Tricks' started by broker99, Dec 27, 2015.

  1. broker99

    broker99 Enthusiast

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    Hello Viper Club
    I am new here but wanted to share some products I used to correct this 2014 Viper. Its not my car however.

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    Correction work was carried out using the Rupes Bigfoot (with changing out the backing plates) , Meguiars microfiber cutting disc, Meguiars D300. Finishing was done with Optimum hyper Polish with Rupes yellow pads and Meguiars black finishing disks.

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    Tires dressed with Optimum Opti-bond. Paint sealed with Polish Angel master sealant then topped with Dodo Juice Hard Candy wax. I was very happy with how Polish Angel master sealant looked however I want to give the paint just a little more depth. All in all the paint was not that bad to correct and finish down. I achieved 90% correction or so.

    Thanks for looking and please let me know if you have any questions.
     
  2. denniskgb

    denniskgb Viper Owner

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    oh my god this car looks phenomenal:2tu:
     
  3. Mopar Steve

    Mopar Steve Viper Owner

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    A lot of work. Looks great. Now, mine next.
     
  4. broker99

    broker99 Enthusiast

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    Thank you

    Thank you. If you bring it down i will take care of it for you.
     
  5. broomrider

    broomrider VCA Member - Gulf States

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    Very nice! Hope your customer appreciates it as well. I have to say that color is amazing :D
     
  6. VPRPWRD

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    That is fantastic work!!
     
  7. VPRPWRD

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    Are you a little biased to that color? :D
     
  8. broomrider

    broomrider VCA Member - Gulf States

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    hehehehehehehe yes I am I adore it.:rolaugh:
     
  9. GoCanes1

    GoCanes1 Viper Owner

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    What does something like that normally run price wise?

    Thanks.
     
  10. broker99

    broker99 Enthusiast

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    thank you

    thank you

    there are so many factors that can determine the price. With no correction work prices could start around $150 or so up to multiple stages of correction with a silica glass coating you could be over a $1500.00 plus. I spent about 2.5 days on this car and the price was around the middle of that scale.
     

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