- Stability: Low
- Turn/Carve: High
- Shape: The cone shape gives these bushings a nice even carve feel.
- Info: These bushings are very responsive, they will lean and dive more, and will help you to initiate quicker and easier turns. They offer the least possible turn resistance but still have enough spring in them to keep you on track. Super Carves are a great go to bushing for some nice carving.
- Stability: Medium/High
- Turn/Carve: Medium
- Shape: The barrel shape gives these bushings a nice solid sturdy feel.
- Info: Barrels are a great do it all bushing. They offer less turn depth than the Super Carves but the extra urethane gives them more stability and more rebound. The stability provided by Barrels will help you gain the confidence needed to get some serious speed.
- Stability: High
- Turn/Carve: Low
- Shape: The stepped design puts a lot more urethane under your feet. Eliminators have been specifically designed to accommodate precision trucks, one side of the bushing has an indented "dish" to help prevent unnatural contact.
- Info: Eliminators are stable downhill bushings built with speed in mind. The stepped design allows the bushing to fit into all conventional bushing seats, while the extra urethane allows for much greater stability and even more rebound. Eliminators have the lowest amount of turn depth, to compensate for this, riders often use softer dorumeters to maintain the same stability. We recommend choosing one durometer softer than typical because of how restrictive Eliminators can be.
- Super High Rebound (SHR) - 40% more rebound than standard Venoms. The extra rebound allows riders to go with a lower durometer (softer) bushing than typical.
- Hard Durometer - More Rebound and More Resistance. More stable/Harder to turn.
- Soft Durometer - Less Rebound and Less Resistance. Less stable/Easier to turn.
- The return of your trucks to their center postion (Harder bushings or more urethane = more rebound).
The Hardness of the urethane used, Higher Durometers are harder.