I live in a suburb. 99.9% of the time, the driving experience is the same as rowing the gears of a loaded dump truck. Nowhere to stretch the Mustang’s legs.
My advice is to start doing track days. If you can get real performance driving into your life, you won’t care about the day to day...
Anything taller than ~28.3 inches will rub the spring perches.
That being said, at stock ride height a Mustang can do a lot of things without hurting itself with some care and common sense.
Or you can drive like this:
I’d love to see a shock dyno comparison if it exists. The only thing to improve over Koni yellow would be to bravely increase compression damping for Motorsports and hope the public doesn’t hate it for daily driving.
In actual Motorsports (autocross) the continental has proven rain performance. The Indy 500 has proven that it’s not fun. I’ve raced both tires dry and wet. ECS is the winner, I’ve purchased them twice so far.