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Anyone tried out Q2 conversion in the snow?

Have a GTV V6 with Autolusso Q2 clutch conversion but before I venture out is it likely to be much better than standard 2WD in the snow?
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My 3 litre 156 was awesome in the snow last year, even lowered and with 17" wheels. I think it was the Q2 that was realy helping out
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I had mine Q2'd a few weeks ago in between periods of snow. The difference was pretty impressive and it was well worth it in my opinion.

Before I had it I came up to a steep hill that was covered in snow. Even with a run up the wheels were spinning all the way up and I only just made it. I haven't gone back to the same road since but on other similar roads the car just powered up them. It does still slip a bit and It can be difficult getting it going on a hill start but I think this is more down to the front tyres not being for winter and getting close to the point of needing renewed.
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