more steering angle
I unfortunately missed that Mustang Monthly article, but the Cobra pictured in it is mine. I've found that I've been able to gain quite a bit of turning angle on my '96 by taking the steering rack limiters out (I only had one per side) and then spacing out the front wheels (earlier MM Konig Villain 17x9's with 6.25" BS) 1.25" with hubcentric spacers. With 275 ES 100s, a 1.75" drop, and about 2 degrees of negative camber I don't have any metal on metal contact between the K member and inner lip of the wheels at full lock. (tire to wheelwell liner contact is another issure, however). The only method I know of to attain an even tighter turning radius is to shorten the steering arms of the spindles. Then you will probably see problems with swaybar and wheelwell clearance as MFE stated. Good luck.
Maximum Motorsports 3-link rear, M/M Race valved Bilsteins, 475/350 coilover springs, Torsen T2R, full length subs, 17x10, 275s all around, Powerslot/Hawk HP+, Fluidyne 2 row