Side Pipes Need Some TLC - 2015 Dodge Viper GT Long-Term Road Test

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2015 Dodge Viper GT: Side Pipes Need Some TLC

by Travis Langness, Automotive Editor on March 22, 2016

2015 Dodge Viper GT

Maybe it's because they're attached to side pipes and I keep my eyes forward when I'm sitting down in a car. Maybe it's because and I'm usually focused on keeping my legs from getting burnt rather than what the super-hot surface looks like. Whatever the cause, I've let the exhaust tips on our long-term 2015 Dodge Viper get way too dirty.

I've recently been anointed "resident guy-who-likes-shiny-stuff" (by myself, about five minutes ago) so clearly, I'm the right person to take on this monumental task.

This is a bit of the car that goes unnoticed, no matter how many hand-washes we get at our local car wash. As a result, I've done some light detailing before on our long-term SLS AMG and our C7 Corvette. And the next time I get the Viper for the night, I'll shine up the exhaust tips with Nevr Dull and elbow grease, then get back to you, our dedicated readers, with some photos.

Travis Langness, Automotive Editor @ 17,930 miles

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