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post #474 of (permalink) Old 07-15-2010, 02:38 AM
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Originally Posted by ComeBack_Kid View Post
Well his is lowered significantly on Swift springs, but that didn't stop us from getting through several feet of snow on the roads near Mt Bachelor this year so...erroneous! Seriously though, the snow was almost up at the level of his Perrin hood screen and we were still blazing through..another win for having a Top-Mount intercooler!
And why would you prefer a lack of power in snow? That power can get you un-stuck in snow, allows you to accelerate through heavier patches, and is a heck of a lot of fun to do parking-lot snow drifting with!
That car's so slammed, snow to the hood screen isn't that deep

Seriously though, in my experience, high-horsepower cars get squirrelly when you don't want them to. I prefer low-end for snow and ice. And for drifting I like selectable 4WD, with the option of 4Low. That'll get out of some sticky situations
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