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droppixel
06-24-2012, 01:42 PM
Was poking around on the tech info page - specs for the Fury/Nitro cams have been added for each of the bows. Gives you info on DL based on # in the module and limb info. Still waiting on string lengths I think.

Just thought people would like to know if they haven't already seen it.

bfisher
06-24-2012, 04:28 PM
Thanks. I'll have to check that out. By sp[ecs I hope you mean specs and not just a2a and brace height like they've had the last couple years. Need limb deflections and stuff like that.

bfisher
06-24-2012, 04:32 PM
They did do a nice job of breaking down draw length specifics for the Fury XT cam and showing the differences between the 2.0 and 1.5 Nitro cams. That's been long overdue and welcome information. I finally spotted the limb deflections at the bottom of each bow's specs.

droppixel
06-24-2012, 08:25 PM
They did do a nice job of breaking down draw length specifics for the Fury XT cam and showing the differences between the 2.0 and 1.5 Nitro cams. That's been long overdue and welcome information. I finally spotted the limb deflections at the bottom of each bow's specs.

Yeah for the Bengal they have 1M and 3M listed for 60/70# - Mine are 2HP ... so that is where I get all confused by this but I think we established those are 60# that max at 64.9#ish

Spiker
06-24-2012, 11:35 PM
Yeah for the Bengal they have 1M and 3M listed for 60/70# - Mine are 2HP ... so that is where I get all confused by this but I think we established those are 60# that max at 64.9#ish

If a 1 is 60# and a 3 is 70# then your 2's should be 65#
Thats where yer at aint it?

daiwateampenn
06-24-2012, 11:49 PM
Great to see the spec with the limb deflection in the website.....

Hope to see the update for Rytera bows......

Cheerss.....

droppixel
06-24-2012, 11:50 PM
Right, but didn't think they put out 65# limbs. If so, doesn't bother me any - love the draw on this thing and it is bottomed out. Chances are I'll never buy a 70# bow again.

bfisher
06-25-2012, 01:41 PM
Right, but didn't think they put out 65# limbs. If so, doesn't bother me any - love the draw on this thing and it is bottomed out. Chances are I'll never buy a 70# bow again.

Good idea. You're likely to never hunt anything with 65# that 70# will be any more effective on. I've never really seen why more people can't gt this through their heads, look at the long term and shoot less weight to save their shoulders for later in life. Men have this problem called testosterone.

droppixel
06-25-2012, 03:39 PM
The guys that shoot 80# plus are the ones I can't figure out. The way I see it, I'd probably take a turn or 2 out of a 70# bow anyway just because that is what I like in draw weight. Can I pull 70#? All day long and twice on Sunday ... but if I can get a 60# bow that will max in the mid 60s ... that is what I'm gonna do. Having that thing bottomed out and pulling exactly what I like is very, very nice.

andy_camping
06-25-2012, 05:16 PM
Ryan,

I'm thinking the the 3HP on my limbs might actually be 3MP. That would make more sense and I could see how an M might look like an H is written quickly on the line. Anyone else have a Bengal to compare?

bfisher
06-25-2012, 08:33 PM
Ryan,

I'm thinking the the 3HP on my limbs might actually be 3MP. That would make more sense and I could see how an M might look like an H is written quickly on the line. Anyone else have a Bengal to compare?

Could be Andy, but the difference between M and H is only 3# maximum.

Phantonza
06-26-2012, 05:22 PM
They did do a nice job of breaking down draw length specifics for the Fury XT cam and showing the differences between the 2.0 and 1.5 Nitro cams. That's been long overdue and welcome information. I finally spotted the limb deflections at the bottom of each bow's specs.

And finally, also the web store now lets you choose between Nitro 1.5 and 2.0 cams! This wasn't the case earlier, which I just couldn't understand.