Q2 or not Q2, that is the question
Hi all - I'm looking for the benefit of your combined wisdom please.
I have a 3.2 V6 GT with approx 95,000 miles on the clock; when driving aggressively I am aware of some slight clutch slippage so this will need changing in the not too distant future. The car has some wear in the lower suspension arm bushes so the arms need replacing which, I understand, requires the front subframe to be dropped. Whilst this is being done, is it worth biting the bullet and having the clutch changed at the same time? - this also needs, so I am told, the front subframe to be dropped.
If changing the clutch is it worth fitting Q2 at the same time? As I understand it, this significantly improves matters in a GTA or GTV, neither of which have traction control. Now I know traction control limits power whereas Q2 redirects it so the way they work is fundamentally different but how well does Q2 work in the GT with its enhanced electronics?
If I've got any of the above wrong (I am not mechanically minded!) please let me know.
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