Re: WK2 on a hummer test track?
I warmed up on the Land Rover test track and had no problem. I kept the lower front bumper on and used rock mode and lowered it to OR1 because I was a little worried about the side angle part. The hill decent control worked well to slowly ease me through. One complaint would be that even with it is 4 low I had to give it gas far more often then I had to in my 2003 Range Rover.(I have the hemi)
After the confidence boost that came from dominating the Land Rover course, I headed over to the Hummer track. I used 4 low, OR2, and the auto setting for this one. I was able to get up the step at the beginning without removing the lower front bumper with about 3/4" to spare. On our track, the mougels came next and I floated right over those, although it was a bit scary rocking around on two wheels. Then came the rollers that make all but the driver's rear tire slip, that wasn't even a challenge. The water fording obstacle was next, but not much of an obstacle since it was empty. Then came the 60 degree climb that leads down into the V notch. This is where I lost my nerve as I saw several scrape marks going in and out of the notch where lesser vehicles have failed. I didn't want to risk that part with the lower front bumper on and no spotter.
Although I didn't make it all the way, I feel confident in saying that the WK2 can hold its own against the Land Rover/Range Rover lineup and H2 and H3 crowd.