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Any suggestions on which handling kit is better, NPD's "street bandit" kit or Paddock's. Paddock's is about $100 more so I was wondering if their kit had better parts. If anyone has knows of a better kit somewhere else let me know.

Steve
'65 289 Coupe---->Some say I'm too young, I say, "Too Bad."
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Our Street Bandit kits are designed to be extemely well balanced streetable kits without the rough ride found in some kits using much stiffer springs. When you consider the condition of the roads in this country ( I live in Michigan, 2nd worst roads in the country-Go Michigan!), a slightly softer spring setup can be appreciated. It also serves as an excellent starting point for further suspension improvements should you decide to. My personnal car uses this kit with the rear block replaced by the mid-eye leaf springs and a negative wedge kit. Let me know if I can help you further and THANKS for considering us!

Scott
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1966 Coupe: Daily driver and toy
 
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