Not all sube's are equal in the AWD department either. I'm guessing that was a 5 speed auto which gets the variable torque diffs(VTD) which will split up to 100% of the drive to a single wheel with traction. You could see the fronts digging. None of the '4wds' had lockers - the sube's VTD awd is similar to being twin locked. Either that or he had lockers. Add some meaningful clearance and decent rubber as old mate has and the results speak for themselves. Still zero wheel travel though so playing with proper set up 4wds is going to catch it out.
as some one that drives one of the least favoured cars i do enjoy seeing the big boys being shown up. and seeing different cars doing there stuff
ive put this up on here somewhere before but thought i might share again.
just for fun
I think most of the time its the nut behind the wheel that makes the most difference, I could count all the drivers I know that can actually drive their cars to the cars limit NOT the drivers on one hand, well maybe 2 hands but the shoes certainly wouldn't need to come off