Will these make the car handle good?

Eversmann79

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i Recently bought a 78 buick regal, grandpa car 31k miles with the 5.0 in it.
Looking to make it a nice street car and wanted to upgrade the suspension before anything so it can actually remotely take a turn.
Summit sells the kit from Beltech thats 850$ but it says its for trucks, now would that still make it handle alot better or should i try and get a different type of suspension kit.
Also what else could i do to make it handle better what kits with links and how wide of tires could i go with it
Thank you
 
i Recently bought a 78 buick regal, grandpa car 31k miles with the 5.0 in it.
Looking to make it a nice street car and wanted to upgrade the suspension before anything so it can actually remotely take a turn.
Summit sells the kit from Beltech thats 850$ but it says its for trucks, now would that still make it handle alot better or should i try and get a different type of suspension kit.
Also what else could i do to make it handle better what kits with links and how wide of tires could i go with it
Thank you
Here are a few Ideas
http://www.gbodyparts.com/product_i...852&osCsid=054f285def1c52dce0a4bd6ebb8318feor
1978-88 GM G-Body Rear Control Arms

1978-1984 1985 1986 1987 Buick Regal Grand National Turbo T T-Type GNX KYB Front and Rear GAS SHOCKS (4) SET #6820

1978-1984 1985 1986 1987 Buick Regal Grand National Turbo T T-Type GNX VARIABLE RATE REAR SPRINGS (2) #1520

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/EDL-5219/

As for widest tire you can run, 255/60/R15's I believe in the rear, I had 235/60R15s all around but left those for rear only. I use stock 215/60 in the front. The 235's would always hit fender well with smallest bump.
 
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