Hey @Alphamail, thank you so much for taking the time to give us all informed recommendations, and I appreciate the help greatly!
I am running Caliber 50degree baseplates with torqueboards 218mm hangers. They’re sitting on 1 inch risers, so I assume there is some added leverage that will affect what bushings set up I should choose. As of now, the pivot cup is the stock caliber, and the bushings are the stock torqueboards (which felt stiffer than the stock Calibers in hand, but I am not sure to what the exact duro is).
As of now, I haven’t finished my Eboard, so I have only ridden manually. However, I do assume that I will begin to wobble and loose some stability at higher speeds, (my board should travel at 30-35mph at the very top end), so I would like to be as stable as possible at those speeds. From my testing so far, the setup with the torqueboard’s bushings has felt mushy, and I would like a little higher rebound. I’d also like to have a decent turning radius, especially with the wide hangers. I don’t know if I am asking for an impossible set up, but any recommendation is appreciated
I am going to use this board mostly for commuting to work as well as some fun carving. I’d like to retain as much of a surfy feel as possible while still being stable at speeds.
The deck I am running is a Loaded Tan Tien flex 2, and I weigh 145 lbs.
Thanks once again!