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    Default Did DYNA CAMS have 2 mod choices for differnt let off %

    So was wonderin if the Dyna cam came with 65% mods and 80%mods I know there r 65% mods cause thats whats on my bow just curious if the made a 80% mod?
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    My manual makes reference to two types of Dyna Cam modules, a 65% one and a 'high' one, but I don't know if 'high' = 80%, though I'd be interested in knowing.

    Snippet from the manual:
    Using draw length modules, the
    draw length can be adjusted in 1"
    increments. The modules can also be
    used to adjust the let-off. A high letoff
    module is marked as F. A 65% let
    off module is marked with a F/. (The
    / indicates 65% let-off.)

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    Well, I just learned something.

    As far as let-off goes, high does equal 80%.

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    EDIT: 2007 is when 80% let-off began.
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    Not real sure, but since Dyna cams and Nitrous cams were of the same era; 2004-2007, that the HL mod would be the same as a Nitrous HL mod which is 75%.
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    Yep yep, if I remember right the "high let off" on my Saber is 75%... ( I don't have the F/ mods).
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    I think it matters what bow it is. My 07 Jaguar should be 80% letoff.

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    I guess mine r 75% they r just marked F thanks for info Chriss and guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow Splitter View Post
    I think it matters what bow it is. My 07 Jaguar should be 80% letoff.

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    Put a scale on it and find out. Don't think that Martin went to 80% let-off until 2008.
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    OK, I looked up the 2007 Martin bow specs. ALL 2007 Martin compound bows have 65/80% let-off. Martin bows with 75% let-off ended in 2006, so GB3YO your bow has a max of 75% letoff.

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    See there. Facts, not guesses!
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