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tommy7
02-09-2009, 07:58 PM
Is it possible to put Nitrous cams on a PSE XLR 900 ? I also wish to make it a shoot through system?:rolleyes:
Is there any history of this being done successfully?

A giant thanks in advance......Tommy

bfisher
02-09-2009, 08:37 PM
Hasn't been done to my knowledge. You could probably do it. The only things that has to be right is the slot between the limb forks. It has to be at least 3/4" wide.

Whether the limbs will take it I can't say. I don't hold much affection for PSE limbs. I have had the opportunity to replace many of them.

flytier17
02-09-2009, 09:48 PM
I've heard of a guy who had his hoyt UltraElite cams modified for the X system. Yes; he had a Martinizer Hoyt with Xsystem hybrid cams. Swears by them. Goes by BarryArtiste here, on AT, and on bowcountry.com

tommy7
02-10-2009, 04:13 PM
Bfisher and Flytier17,

Thank you both for taking the time to post. As I am beggining to understand, there is no real advantage to making any changes to this bow. I will eventually end up with a Scepter 4 and or a SlayR one day as these two bows (speak to me):p
Thanks again, Tommy

flytier17
02-10-2009, 05:47 PM
OK, all the best with your new Martins. And your PSE too I guess.

Alec

tommy7
02-10-2009, 06:56 PM
OK, all the best with your new Martins. And your PSE too I guess.

Alec

Thanks Alec!

BTW, my favorite all time trout catcher is a black wooly with a red head or red butt...I know its too simple for a good fly tier but it has always caught fish for me:p
Take care, tommy

flytier17
02-10-2009, 07:03 PM
I tie flies for the Canadian National team, and the Ospreys, and I've tied a lot of those red-butts! Esp. when the Canadian team went to New Zealand. Sometimes the simplest are the best!

I'll let you in on a secret. Those same flies with a chartreuse butt are just as deadly, esp. in early season before the hatches start.

tommy7
02-10-2009, 08:33 PM
I tie flies for the Canadian National team, and the Ospreys, and I've tied a lot of those red-butts! Esp. when the Canadian team went to New Zealand. Sometimes the simplest are the best!

I'll let you in on a secret. Those same flies with a chartreuse butt are just as deadly, esp. in early season before the hatches start.

Secrets from guys who know are invaluable!:cool:

Thanks!