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    I just chronoed it. started with 0 speed knocks-254. went to 3 knocks at 1" down. best I could get was 259.I tried 1/2" down all the way to 2" down from the cams.I still must have something wrong.I know it shot faster that this with my other string.
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    that is a fine looking bow indeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckslayr View Post
    I just chronoed it. started with 0 speed knocks-254. went to 3 knocks at 1" down. best I could get was 259.I tried 1/2" down all the way to 2" down from the cams.I still must have something wrong.I know it shot faster that this with my other string.
    If anyone with an Onza could give you the location/length of the nocks on the string that would probably help and speed this up a little for you. I know when I got my string replaced, it did not come back with the speed nocks. I placed new ones on after getting a measurement from Bill. Are they in the perfect spot, probably not ... but close. Won't know until I have a chrono setup that I can just diddle with until it is right.
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    On my 70# Onza, there are two speed nocks top and bottom each. They are placed 2 1/4 inches from the cam on both ends. On my 60#, there are 2nocks each, and they are 1 3/4 down from the top, and 1 1/8th up from the bottom. The 70#er seems to be the faster shooting bow, all things taken into consideration.
    That is a sweet looking bow. Just saw that Mothwing Winter Mimicry for the first time on a bow at a dip shop I went to. Would make a great treestand or snow bow. One of the most beautiful camo patterns I have ever seen.
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    I'll bet that was my bow, I had it dipped in Kansas,I just got it back.now if I could only get it back the way it was, it was shooting IBO. It must have something to do with my new string.I lost about 20fps. wish I knew where it went.
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    nice bow.. cool color... but i saw alot of throphy hanging inside the room... waoh....
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    buck, did you have gun870guy from AT do it? If so, I did see it. Amazingly beautiful. Realy looked like a work of art. He ended up dipping my riser and a cam for me. Long story. lol
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    yea, that is the guy, I felt kinda sorry for him, he had a lot of personnal trauma after he got my bow, he did a nice job though.now if I could only get my speed back, any thoughts.
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    I'm not sure about your speed problem at the moment, but that's a very cool looking bow.

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    Might try moving the speed nocks to where mine are, and see what happens. I also think you might want to try advancing the cams just a bit.
    2006 Rytera Bullet X 60#---2008 Moab 70#
    2008/12 Firecat 60#--- 2010 Warthog 70#
    2009 Warthog 70#---2009-10-12? Warthog Frankenbow with Nitrous B
    2010 Strother SR-71 65# & 2012 Strother Rush 65#
    2012 Strother SX Rush 60# & 2011 Strother Infinity 70#
    BSD strings and cables

    Yeah, I know I'm grumpy and opinionated.

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