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Dave308
11-05-2009, 05:41 AM
I'm parting out my Slayer if anyone needs anything.

Nos C cams
5m limbs
08 riser without limb pockets or grips

alex
11-05-2009, 07:05 AM
May be flytier17 will need the riser (he has some problems with his one), but i haven't seen him in the forum soon. If you don't hurry you can wait for his reply :)

hotrod26
11-05-2009, 09:35 AM
What are the prices?

C Bailey
11-05-2009, 11:32 AM
Also, do the cams come with mods? Standard or Mini? X-system?

Dave308
11-05-2009, 12:30 PM
Nos C cams 80.00 comes with HL mods and axles
5m limbs I think these are sold
08 riser without limb pockets or grips 50.00

brushrat
11-05-2009, 01:38 PM
I'm parting out my Slayer if anyone needs anything.

Nos C cams
5m limbs
08 riser without limb pockets or grips

there seems to be a following for slayers.....at the expense of sounding stupid,why are you parting it out and not just selling it to someone perhaps for a backup bow? thanks:eek:

Dave308
11-05-2009, 01:40 PM
I tried to sell it for 3 months and nobody was interested. Everyone needed parts but not the whole bow.

brushrat
11-05-2009, 01:44 PM
I tried to sell it for 3 months and nobody was interested. Everyone needed parts but not the whole bow.

i'm sorry...lots of people have them and seem to luv em. Hard to beleive it wouldn't sell! :eek: Sorry it's none of my business,should have no problem selling the parts. :) Good luck.

Dave308
11-05-2009, 01:48 PM
I thought it would be easy to sell to but I guess not. Everyone wants the new thing on the market.

scepterman30x
11-05-2009, 05:54 PM
I'm parting out my Slayer if anyone needs anything.

Nos C cams
5m limbs
08 riser without limb pockets or grips

I will trade you a pair of C's for a pair of A's or if someone needs some A's they can purchase your C's and then I will trade them for my A's. Anyone...Anyone...Anyone.

brushrat
11-05-2009, 07:26 PM
I will trade you a pair of C's for a pair of A's or if someone needs some A's they can purchase your C's and then I will trade them for my A's. Anyone...Anyone...Anyone.

huh?:confused:

scepterman30x
11-06-2009, 06:11 AM
huh?:confused:

I think I said that wrong...what I mean in a nut shell is I need some C's and all I have is A's...wanna swap?

SandSquid
11-06-2009, 09:34 AM
I thought it would be easy to sell to but I guess not. Everyone wants the new thing on the market.


I'll buy those "C" cams, if ther are still there when I get paid again.

scepterman30x
11-06-2009, 10:17 AM
I'll buy those "C" cams, if ther are still there when I get paid again.

Somebody trade me before SandSquid gets paid again.:D

Dave308
11-06-2009, 02:55 PM
The riser is sold guys

slinger
11-06-2009, 07:21 PM
whats the difference between the A, B, and the C cams?

Dave308
11-06-2009, 07:50 PM
c cams are sold

Montalaar
11-07-2009, 12:41 AM
slinger,

the Cams have a different size.


Here is a picture of the B and the C cam when i replaced the B-Cams on my Razor with C-Cams.

SandSquid
11-07-2009, 06:17 AM
c cams are sold

daagnabbit I'm never going to get this Tigress/Elite/Nitrous finished !!!!!

Montalaar
11-07-2009, 08:49 AM
I have C cams but i will not sell them. :P

brushrat
11-07-2009, 09:32 AM
whats the difference between the A, B, and the C cams?

there you have it.....they are a differant size.:confused:

If the only differance is the size , i'd go with the smaller ones , since they're lighter in weight. A lighter bow means easier to carry in the woods :D:D:D

Spiker
11-07-2009, 10:16 AM
lighter weight would also seem to relate to faster...

Montalaar
11-07-2009, 01:27 PM
The weight difference is so minimal. You will rather notice a difference in weight of different sights than cams. As you see those larger cams have also larger cutouts.

The main difference is that the produce different draw lengths and have a slighty changing efficiency.

flytier17
11-07-2009, 01:43 PM
The weight difference is so minimal. You will rather notice a difference in weight of different sights than cams. As you see those larger cams have also larger cutouts.

The main difference is that the produce different draw lengths and have a slighty changing efficiency.

Exactly. The change in weight would not affect the speed. However, the smaller cam would result in a lower BH, giving you 3-4 fps more over the larger size...

I would have bought that riser too... Oh well, my fault for being missing for a couple days I guess...

Alec

Montalaar
11-07-2009, 02:00 PM
I could tell you that i know someone who could sell his Slayer, but then again it is far away from you...

brushrat
11-07-2009, 02:17 PM
The weight difference is so minimal. You will rather notice a difference in weight of different sights than cams. As you see those larger cams have also larger cutouts.

The main difference is that the produce different draw lengths and have a slighty changing efficiency.

ahhh...so the smaller the cam the shorter the draw length and the faster it shoots. Is that correct???

alex
11-07-2009, 03:35 PM
I would have bought that riser too... Oh well, my fault for being missing for a couple days I guess...
Alec, i've written to Dave308 that you might be interested but that was 2-3 days ago and obviously people need Slayer parts... Hope you'll find another riser. :)

flytier17
11-07-2009, 04:14 PM
ahhh...so the smaller the cam the shorter the draw length and the faster it shoots. Is that correct???

NO! Shorter DL will lose speed. if you have 2 cams that both reach the same DL, the smaller cam will give a bow a shorter BH than the larger cam will, with a little more speed.

EG. My Slayer with "C" cams goes down to 28". If I replaced them with "B" cams, and maxed the DL on the "B" cams, they would also reach 28". However, with the "C" cams I have a brace height of 6 7/8". With "B" cams, I would have a BH of 6 1/2". providing the poundage was the same, and the bow was the same, with "B" cams it would be 3-4 fps faster than with "C" cams, due solely to the added 3/8" of string travel that came from 3/8" shorter brace.

A larger cam also means more mechanical advantage (bigger lever), so on the same limbs, the "C" cams would have a lower draw weight of about 10lbs difference.

Alec

flytier17
11-07-2009, 04:15 PM
Alec, i've written to Dave308 that you might be interested but that was 2-3 days ago and obviously people need Slayer parts... Hope you'll find another riser. :)

Alex, thank you for keeping me in mind about the riser. I really appreciate the gesture.

Alec

alex
11-08-2009, 08:31 AM
:) You're welcome! Too bad it didn't help.

Dave308
11-08-2009, 02:26 PM
Sorry man, 1st come 1st serve.

scepterman30x
11-08-2009, 02:45 PM
NO! Shorter DL will lose speed. if you have 2 cams that both reach the same DL, the smaller cam will give a bow a shorter BH than the larger cam will, with a little more speed.

EG. My Slayer with "C" cams goes down to 28". If I replaced them with "B" cams, and maxed the DL on the "B" cams, they would also reach 28". However, with the "C" cams I have a brace height of 6 7/8". With "B" cams, I would have a BH of 6 1/2". providing the poundage was the same, and the bow was the same, with "B" cams it would be 3-4 fps faster than with "C" cams, due solely to the added 3/8" of string travel that came from 3/8" shorter brace.

A larger cam also means more mechanical advantage (bigger lever), so on the same limbs, the "C" cams would have a lower draw weight of about 10lbs difference.

Alec

If your still confused? It is because it has a slightly longer power stroke because of the shorter BH, DL being =. Also incase you didn't know...a 1" gain in power stroke/DL will give you the same advantage as increasing your DW by 5 lbs. Thats why todays bows, with shorter BH, more efficient cams and other small things smoke yester years bows...and at much lower poundages.

flytier17
11-08-2009, 05:39 PM
I think I said that wrong...what I mean in a nut shell is I need some C's and all I have is A's...wanna swap?

I can. I have a set of "C's" to spare, and I need "A's"!

PM me if you are interested...

Alec

timtim146
11-08-2009, 05:50 PM
them cams look similar to the m2pro cams on my 09 cheetah. are they similar? Also i have a 04 pse nova extreme would it be possible to switch the cams out with a different brand or even the limbs to and it work right? lol ive never done this stuff before so im just wondering.

scepterman30x
11-08-2009, 07:01 PM
I can. I have a set of "C's" to spare, and I need "A's"!

PM me if you are interested...

Alec

I sent you a PM

flytier17
11-09-2009, 12:19 PM
them cams look similar to the m2pro cams on my 09 cheetah. are they similar? Also i have a 04 pse nova extreme would it be possible to switch the cams out with a different brand or even the limbs to and it work right? lol ive never done this stuff before so im just wondering.

No, the M2Pro is a solocam system, utilising one cam and one idler. This bow has 2 cams that are identical top and bottom.

The Nitrous cams are also more agressive in the draw cycle, and store energy differently than the M2Pro cams. They will feel different to draw, and will not shoot the same. They are really quite different.

Cams and limbs can be switched between brands, but you have to be careful. due to limb butts and risers and limb pockets, a riser typically only works with limbs from the same manufacturer. Also, care is needed with cams from another brand, as they can overstress incompatible limbs. Eg. The martin CAT cams need a limb with a rienforced tip. Finally, limb deflections and string lengths and specs all have to be estimated; something that can be difficult even for an experienced archer.

Now, having said all that, it can be done, and every so often is. I know a man in local league shooting a Hoyt Ultraelite with Martin Nitrous "X" cams on, and it works really well. He outshoots 90% of the rest of us here.

Alec

flytier17
11-09-2009, 12:20 PM
Got it, thanks.
I sent you a PM


Alec

scepterman30x
11-09-2009, 12:57 PM
Got it, thanks.


Alec

One more PM sent.

flytier17
11-09-2009, 04:34 PM
One more PM sent.

OK, thanks.

Alec