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    i see my bow came with either the cable rod, or the ccs....mine came with the cable rod. if i wanted to put the ccs on, am i gaining anything?

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    nope not really gaining anything. your cable rod guide works great!! if you did get a ccs you would also need longer cable, or back your bow down about two turns to maintain draw weight. a good sts type system, and a good stabilizer will help more than the ccs though
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    You can't put a CCS on your bow, the riser isn't cut for it.
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    Drill and tap some holes. isnt the rod in a bracket, that has thesame bolt pattern as the ccs?
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    Not possible. It is a C channel cut in the riser.



    See right below the 1 1/2" mark under the tape?

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    if your bow did take the ccs i would say do it.i did not have to get longer cables when i put the ccs on my bengal and i did not have to back out my limb bolts either.i did gain 3 lbs of DW but that is fine it has had no ill effect on my bow.my draw felt so much more smooth after i put my ccs on.i was juse a bit more ez to draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justin View Post
    Drill and tap some holes. isnt the rod in a bracket, that has thesame bolt pattern as the ccs?

    do not do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    You can't put a CCS on your bow, the riser isn't cut for it.
    mine has a square channel cut into it...just like the ccs

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    Quote Originally Posted by justin View Post
    nope not really gaining anything. your cable rod guide works great!! if you did get a ccs you would also need longer cable, or back your bow down about two turns to maintain draw weight. a good sts type system, and a good stabilizer will help more than the ccs though
    mine came with the martin sts, just no ccs. and im using a s-coil from sims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiddlersGreen View Post
    mine has a square channel cut into it...just like the ccs
    What year is your bow? Is it the same as the Martin Exile? They changed in 2011 as far as I know. Can you post pictures?
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