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dougkellermann
04-18-2009, 01:12 PM
Does anyone know who has the Nitrous X Mods? I am looking for a C Mod.

thanks Doug

scepterman30x
04-18-2009, 04:36 PM
Mods are the same Cams are different.

dougkellermann
04-19-2009, 07:46 AM
does that mean any C mod will work? Or is it any Nitrous C mod?

scepterman30x
04-19-2009, 01:25 PM
You are confusing the matter with your verbiage (no offense). Yes any NOS module will work on any of the three cams,A,B or C cams.

dougkellermann
04-20-2009, 04:11 AM
I have the Nitrous X B cam and module that has a draw length up to 28 inches I want to go to 28.5 inches. I thought I only needed to get the C module to extend the draw length.

thanks
Doug

SandSquid
04-20-2009, 04:41 AM
You need the the C Base CAM.
Move your existing modules off the B base to the C base.

dougkellermann
04-20-2009, 07:24 AM
thanks

I dont think it is worth the $$$ for a 1/2 inch draw increase....

scepterman30x
04-20-2009, 07:25 AM
thanks

I dont think it is worth the $$$ for a 1/2 inch draw increase....

What bow do you have B cams on and what limbs do you have?

dougkellermann
04-20-2009, 07:56 AM
07 Martin Slayer X
Limbs are Slayer X 35-50 lb

scepterman30x
04-20-2009, 08:19 AM
You could see if someone would trade you over on AT but then again if you went to a C cam you will lose about 10 lbs. of draw weight.

dougkellermann
04-20-2009, 09:03 AM
I think I can work with what I have...

Thanks for the insights and advice....:)

Montalaar
04-20-2009, 09:44 AM
but then again if you went to a C cam you will lose about 10 lbs. of draw weight.


Never say something is proven as long as there is the possibility that the opposite can be shown.

I went from NOS B to NOS C and can say that i still pull 60 lbs.

flytier17
04-21-2009, 05:10 PM
I had "B" cams on my first Slayer, and with the "C" cams, I needed 10lbs higher deflection limb. (2H to 4H)

A larger cam offers more mechanical advantage to the limb, kind of like a larger wheel can turn an axis that a smaller wheel cannot (rotational inertia)

Alec

Montalaar
04-25-2009, 01:36 PM
I had "B" cams on my first Slayer, and with the "C" cams, I needed 10lbs higher deflection limb. (2H to 4H)

A larger cam offers more mechanical advantage to the limb, kind of like a larger wheel can turn an axis that a smaller wheel cannot (rotational inertia)

Alec

So then explain me why i still shoot the same poundage?
I tend to accept your answer but my experience proves something else.

flytier17
04-26-2009, 09:49 AM
Could be that a parallell limb bow is more responsive to cam size than a vertical limb bow. If the deflection and cams are the same, I can't see why a parallell loimb bow and a vertical limb bow would differ, but maybe it has to do with the distance the limb tip travels and the longer limbs are more forgiving? I don't really know.

When you changed cams, you would have changed strings too. If the new set was more twisted, you could have gained a couple pounds. How accurate was the scale you measured with? I cannot see why 2 cams of differeng size would not change the weight.

Alec

scepterman30x
04-26-2009, 07:35 PM
When Montlaar said what he did I assumed he was talking about the same bow with just a cam change.
But Flytiers answer about parallel verses more perpindicular is correct. It dosent work the same equally. Without me getting to technical basically every thing being the same except limb angle. If you take a bow with a more perpindicular limb angle (non parrallel) you are forcing the cam against the face of the limb then up and over before it breaks. With a parrallel limbed bow all it has to do is just be pulled over the tip since all it has to do is ride along the face of the bow. Kind of like pullin a body up and over a cliff edge verses pulling a body on a flat surface.