Joined: Sep 2011
Location: West Suburb of Chicago
The seat back in the Premium Mustang has an odd "C" shape to it. It took me a while to find a collection of settings that worked for me. Another problem is the reclining ratchet. One notch is too upright, the next notch is just a bit too far back. I set it to the "just too far back" notch and then use the front/rear tilt to compensate.
The lumbar support is also a bit tricky. If you inflate it to where you really "feel" it poking you in the back, it's probably over inflated and you're putting stress on your lower back. I inflate it until I "feel" it, then deflate a bit. That consistently works for me.
Now the headrest. I never really knew the proper setting, I just kinda guessed, until recently. I was watching a show about crash testing and a manufacturer (Volvo?) discussed their crash test results. During a crash, if they can minimize the rearward movement of the head, it greatly reduces the chance of closed brain trauma and whiplash. So, I set the headrest so when I shift back in my seat and tilt my head back (simulating a rearend collision), my head moves about an inch.
2012 Grabber Blue GT Premium, 6MT, 3:31, Brembo, Nav, Comfort pkg, backup camera.
Goodies: GT500 Mufflers, MGW Shifter, DSS AL Driveshaft, Bondra Clutch pedal extension
Tune: Bama 91 Octane V2 Performance Tune
Suspension: Steeda Ultralite Springs, Koni Yellows, Steeda HD Strut Mounts, Steeda UCA - lowered cars, BMR Adj. Panhard bar
Tires: Continental DWS06 275/40-19
Track Days: Bama 93 Octane Race Tune, 18x10 SVE Drifts with Bridgestone RE-11 285/30
Just for show: Raxiom Smoked tail lights