Stabilised skateboard truck | Anti Speed Wobble Tech.... Advice from a moron

Trucks assembly with intervention system - prevents unintended tilting from side to side, enables quick recovery from undesired jerks and the wobbly effect, and that keeps the skateboard rider smart and stylish. Solid reliable trucks are the most important items to have if the rider wants a competitive advantage when riding aggressively on the electric skateboard, or for smooth curving and cruising.


I am not clear as to whether this is an advertisement or simply sharing - however video proof that it works or some explanation as to why it works would be nice


@anorak234 thank you for your comment. My aim is to educate riders of all types of skateboards that this innovation will improve board’s performance and stability. Selling is not my main goal - I want riders to be aware of new ways to improve stability. I hope that helps.


How does this differ from simply using higher durometer bushings?


This doesn’t do anything more than just adding harder bushings or tightening your kingpin…


@Wubbalubbadubdub The down side of higher durometer bushings is that it limits smooth curving, cruising and smooth steering.

That makes sense. Let’s see some video!

yea you were pushing this on the chat yesterday and your site has zero evidence that it works. maybe you can provide some evidence…?

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I don’t understand why springs would help. Now gas filled shock absorbers that would be something.

I feel like I’m the only one besides OP who understands how this might work.

Springs are a lot easier to expand with your weight vs compressing a hard bushing. Harder bushings provide more stability at the cost of decreased turning potential/radius. With the springs, you can theoretically have softer bushings for increased turning radius, but yet have stability at higher speeds due to the stabilization force of the springs. The only downside (besides increased board weight) is it’ll require a little more weight on each side to turn the board.

Springs expand more than a hard bushing can compress is the basic idea.


The only way to chip away at speed wobbles is to decrease the angle of your hanger in relation to your baseplate or deck. The way to do this is by shimming your back truck. Or by buying a lesser degree truck/baseplate. A 50 degree truck turns in faster than a 45 degree truck. People have virtually eliminated speed wobble by using a 0 degree truck on the rear of their board. -Back to springs: Channel trucks use springs. They wobble like a mofo at speed mounted on a deck with 45 degree nose and tail angles. Do you know what helped to lessen wobble with that set up in it’s inception? Putting urethane eggs inside the springs. So is it the spring or the bushing that helps dampen wobbles?


I do agree that I want to see some video proof that this works, though it seems hard (and risky) to prove

Bungee cord salesman.


Damn!!! I’ll take 2!

You’ll need at least four though. Lol. I do have to say that adding bungee cords to my old shitty mountain board did significantly increase stability at higher speeds. However, this was with REALLY worn trucks that had a lot of play in the pivot cup area. Definitely was an improvement though.


Lol I thought the same thing.

Maybe OP can change his bushings from cone to all barrels. Cones were never designed for downhill speeds. I use two barrel bushings of different durometer and it feels progressive and stable. I looked closer at photo and I think you over tightened your bushing.

Using an adjustable Motorcycle steering radial stabilizer


Yes, this. Springs cant really reduce speed wobbles without increasing the effort it takes to turn. Dampers can because dampers are ‘soft’ when moving slow (turning), and ‘hard’ when moving fast (wobbles).


This is more like it Mike!!! Expensive though Or I would do it on one of my builds.

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