Hello all, I need some advice on what is likely making my Mustang undrivable on the roads. The car is excessively painful to drive. Driving any road works, bumps, potholes, expansion joints is brutal . In my opinion my car does not have any hardcore track upgrades. I recently moved to Oahu and the roads are horrific. I'm at the point where I don't want to drive the Mustang anymore. It's a 2013 GT Track pack. Originally I was not happy with the ride height of the stock suspension and the excessive brake dive of the front end. The plan was not to turn it in to a track car but a fast street car. I recently drove a 5th gen Camaro ZL1 on bad roads and it was a night and day improvement. Rather than installing one part at a time and seeing how the car responded, most of the parts were installed at one time when I had returned from a deployment. The parts include: 20x9 255/35/20, 20x10 305/35/20 Bilstein B6hd struts and shocks Eibach pro springs Steeda HD strut mounts BMR adjustable front endlinks Boss 302 strut brace Steeda adjustable front sway bar with poly bushings Steeda rear sway, endlinks and poly bushings Whiteline adjustable panhard bar Whiteline panhard support bar Steeda Adjustable UCA and poly bushings Steeda UCA mount Steeda X brace I removed the following parts as the rear end nvh at 70mph in 6th was bad: Whiteline LCA adjustable poly bushings Whiteline LCA relocation brackets (installed a new pair of track pack LCA) PolyU diff mount bushing The reality of it is the car is not likely to see a track for a while, maybe autocross. My main thing is to make the ride not as back breaking like it is now. When I got the car 5 years ago it was nowhere near as bad as it is now. Which parts are likely causing this? Should I go for OEM Ford parts from a boss 302 or Laguna seca and completely avoid aftermarket performance parts. The goal is to keep the the improved performance it has now as now as much as possible making the ride comfortable for daily driving.