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    Not the best, but keeping with the other threads. Here is a general look at the XT vs Lithium. The riser was completely redone, first notice the VEM area. Also the bridge is different. Had to take a photo of the XT and flip it since it was the backside of a RH bow. But you get the idea.

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    Thanks DP, that's a nice catch on the riser design... it would be hard to tell if they weren't side by side
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    Quote Originally Posted by wscywabbit View Post
    Thanks DP, that's a nice catch on the riser design... it would be hard to tell if they weren't side by side
    Little differences, but reinforces that they are looking to improve their designs. Going to the 1 piece, I'm sure they had to make some changes in order to make it function well. Rich did say their intention was to improve on the design making it more robust and a smoother shooting bow. Looking forward to seeing one, I do fully intend on getting one. Just putting it on a temporary hold since I've still be having issues with my shoulder. Don't want to rush into a purchase I'm not going to be able use for a little while.
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    DP if I was going to buy I would wait just to see what's in store for 2015. If not you may be able to pick up a 14 at a great price. I'm not a big fan of power tough limbs. Good info thanks
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    Yeah I've almost thought about holding out to see what they come up with for 15 having a full year for development. Maybe give it time and see if any videos and reviews come out for this lineup. And very good point in end of the year pricing.
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