You're getting some good info here and in the other posts. I've had virtually the same bow with the two different cam styles and the single cam needs to be shot at about 8# more draw weight to equal the performance of the dual (binary) cam, asuming the same draw length and same arrow. So when comparing the two styles don't compare them at the same weight. Compare them at the same performance level (speed) and then see how the draw cycles compare.
Originally Posted by archerx7
Don't get caught up in having to shoot a certain poundage. It's just a number that satisfies our egos. Look for a certain performance level. If you can get it with 7# to 8# less draw weight then why draw more weight. I don't care how smooth a cam draws. If the bow is set for a given draw weight you still have to roll that cam over the peak weight.
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