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    Is there any benefit in putting a sts system on my 2010 Bengal and will it work on an 2010 Saber that my son has ?

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    I have an sts and for me it does quiet down my my bow. As far as if it fits on a saber i couldn't tell ya.
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    i have the ccs and the sts and like them.the sts does quiet down my bow.i would think the saber would take it as well.

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    I put an STS on my diamond rapture. Had to get the frount mount to install it on that particular bow. It made a big difference in noise reduction and the string did not hit my arm anymore.

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    Not in all cases does a STS quiet a bow. It did in my 2010 Bengal along with whiskers. On an older Jennings Cmx it made it worse. After some adjustments that bow was the quietest bow I have ever heard (or didn't hear), and it didn't have a STS. One of the best features of a STS an accidental dry fire. In some not all cases it has spared the bow from damage.






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