Takahashi is not easy to grind the wheels, and the space for the board is larger, allowing the board to give full play to its flexibility. However, if you are used to changing the height of the low bridge to the high bridge, you have to use a higher height than usual to jump over the obstacle, otherwise you may encounter the obstacle because of the gap of a few millimeters. Also, for the brackets of the same brand and design, Takahashi is a little heavier than the low bridge.
The low bridge is relatively close to the ground, relatively stable, and lighter than the high bridge. But it is easy for the wheels to rub to the bottom of the board.
Takahashi can use relatively large wheels 53mm above 56mm, so that it has a better endurance when sliding, and it does not require so much roughness on the ground.
When the back foot points the board tail to pop, the vertical angle of the board surface is larger, and the movement is more elegant.
The low bridge is closer to the ground than the high bridge, so you can only use wheels with a small diameter, below 53mm, with a short starting time and faster acceleration. Because the tail of the board is closer to the ground, the pop is faster and closer to the foot!