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    Default Wildman Speed Lizard - Anyone?

    I'm looking for ways to quiet my Firecat 360, anyone try the Martin Speed Lizards? Billed as reducing string noise and vibration without losing speed. Did a conversion to a cable rod and slide, added a string stop... reduced noise considerably. Just looking to finish it off. Thanks.
    2011 Firecat 360, 29", 65#, 386 @ 275 fps.

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    Yes I tried them. I liked how they went on. But to no avail. They didn't help. Whiskers still made my bow quieter.



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    That's good enough for me. Whiskers it is. Thanks
    2011 Firecat 360, 29", 65#, 386 @ 275 fps.

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    You can order colored ones on At do a search for cool cats. Never mine here is the link


    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showth...ight=cool+cats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    You can order colored ones on At do a search for cool cats. Never mine here is the link


    http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showth...ight=cool+cats

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    Installed a set of cool cats night,quieted the bow down a fair amount.
    2011 Firecat 400
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    2012 PSE Brute X

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    Good its nice to know the cats are quiet. You beat me though I haven't been able to get to order them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Good its nice to know the cats are quiet. You beat me though I haven't been able to get to order them.


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    I trimmed about a 1 1/2" off then tied them on and trimmed them down.Don't mind the bow(brothers),I personally like them a little smaller
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    Just the right size SL and they look good. Or flashy as you would say.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple Life View Post
    I trimmed about a 1 1/2" off then tied them on and trimmed them down.
    I use too but these days I cut them in half and tie on. Usually a single piece cut and both served on does the job without much fps loss.

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