Torsion Blocks are important in controlling angular motion of car body. Although it can compensate multi directional forces such as radial, conical, axial and torsional but due to their typical design they are mostly used to compensate torsion loads. Generally, these are rubber-metal bonded parts constructed using polymers like polyisoprene, styrene butadiene, polychloroprene, acrylonitrile butadiene, ethylene propylene diene monomer and many others, basically the choice of polymer is depended entirely on the service condition. The most common metals used are mild steel, high carbon steel, high manganese steel, cast steel, aluminium etc. To optimize the bond strength a proven process of chemical bonding between rubber and metal is followed. There are certain special parts which are rubber-thermoplastic-metal bonded too. Most of these products are used in dynamic applications and designed to absorb shock from multiple directions at varied frequency.