Cusher Advantages

Reduce leaning phenomenon on a sharp curve

CNG stands for compressed natural gas. It is gaseous fuel and is a mixture of hydrocarbons mainly Methane. For use in Automobiles as fuel, it is compressed to a pressure of 200-250 Kg/cm2 to enhance the vehicle on-board storage capacity.

Reduce shock upon driving on a bumpy road

it absorbs the shock from a speed bump or bumpy road and lets you enjoy smoother and more stable driving experience. An automobile with MIJO CUSHER has additional shock absorbing capability and can be driven more smoothly on a bumpy road or speed bump, which has a positive effect on the life span of the automobile's suspension as well.

Vibration Reduction

MIJO CUSHER reduces vibration from the engine as well as the road, which allows much smoother and comfortable driving experience. Driving on an expressway in a high speed causes much vibration due to the road surface friction and a powerful engine output. MIJO CUSHER reduces this type of vibration as well as improves the automobile's suspension functionality, which elevates the air-resistance, such as station wind and horizontal wind, and enables stable and smooth driving.

Reduce fatigue while driving on off-road

reducing the shock and vibration on a rough off-road, which results in more comfortable ride and reduced fatigue, MIJO CUSHER makes much difference in your driving experience. It also improves the impact resilience of condensed coil spring; thus, you can expect to have easier steering wheel control as well as reduced vibration and shock. Plus, it allows you to have less fatigue during driving hours and has positive effects on the physical condition of your automobile.

Improve your riding experience

it enables smooth steering and controlling of your automobile and provides stable driving, which improves your riding experience as a result..

Shorten the braking distance

upon a sudden stop, the cusher deters your automobile from leaning forwards as it deters the automobile's center of gravity from shifting to the front, which shortens the braking distance.