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Wvbowhunter
07-01-2013, 04:31 AM
I just bought a new pantera with the fury xt cam and after loosening the module screws I can't seem to get the module to move so any help would be appreciated...also it's the 70# model and I was wondering if I move it to the -10 post will this affect my accuracy any? I've always heard that bows shoot the best when they are maxed out on poundage

DeanRM
07-01-2013, 06:15 AM
You probably have to loosen the screws more, or remove them to get the module to rotate, as there is a pin on the cam so the module cannot rotate. Just screw the screws way out or remove them, and then pull the module away from the cam, put it in the desired location, and press it back into the pin on the cam and retighten the screws.

Good Luck!

themiddleman
07-01-2013, 10:26 AM
On the left side of the XT cam next to the to draw module screws you will see the end of the pivot post for the draw module just give it a little tap. . Don't forget to adjust the draw stop after you make the adjustment to the module.

typically8
07-01-2013, 10:52 AM
yup, it is tight. what I did was remove both screws and use the allen wrench to push it out from the opposite side. I dont know about moving it to another peg. i just backed the limbs out 4 full rotations.

wscywabbit
07-01-2013, 01:44 PM
yep the draw mod actually sit in the cam and kinda locks in place. You actually have to lift it up to move it over to a new setting. It's very secure, and IMO an improvement. As for moving the cable to another pin, there is no loss in accuracy. Just a convenient way to lose or gain poundage. The whole setup is pretty ingenious if you ask me, one of the best adjustable cams on the market...

Wvbowhunter
07-01-2013, 03:20 PM
thanks for the input guys.also i should have stated that i did remove the screws so i guess ill just hafta try to press it out, but should i worry about bending the cam or would that be hard to do?

typically8
07-01-2013, 06:25 PM
No, just flip the bow on the other side then use the allen wrench to push up on the lil green peg that is attached to the module. Next flip the bow back over and you should be able to wiggle the mod up with your fingers and then twist it to the desired # Also, you might want to back the wieght of the limbs enough to remove the cable that wraps around the peg. then use some fine sand paper to smooth out any burrs. I did not do this step and had to order a new string. just a word of caution. IMO the Fury XT cam are the best I have had in terms of set up. Plus it is a smooth draw. Shoot straight and welcome to the forum.

wscywabbit
07-01-2013, 07:34 PM
LOL I didn't even notice u were a new user, sorry about that! Welcome to the forum! I'm sure you'll enjoy it here. :cool: