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    Default New Cams for 2015?

    I don't have experience with the past great cams from Martin only the Hybrix and Nitro cams. So from what the martin CEO said on AT is their in the lab working on new stuff and I hope everything is new especially the cams. They can take the attributes of the past cams and make them better for the future, I'm really curious if they'll stick with hybrid cams or go to binary cams or something else. What do you guys think? Lets here your thoughts!

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    The Hybrix and Nitro cams are binary cams. The Tru-Arc cams they used at one time were hybrids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archerx7 View Post
    The Hybrix and Nitro cams are binary cams. The Tru-Arc cams they used at one time were hybrids.
    Thanks for the correction and input the more info the better. When I stated binary cams I meant like two identical cams not two different cams like hybrids. I should of been more explanatory but I want your guys thoughts or should I say what martin should come out with.

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    Just hoping for a yoke system like the old nitrous cams...

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    Idk, why fix it if it ain't broken? Martin's cams are some of the best, most forgiving, easiest to work on cams out there....
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    I like the Nitro cams,just wish the had a split yoke system for tunability. If ur listening Martin,how about a bent cable guide rod to help with cam lean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by novich69 View Post
    I like the Nitro cams,just wish the had a split yoke system for tunability. If ur listening Martin,how about a bent cable guide rod to help with cam lean?
    Nitrous cams would solve this! No lean at all!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powerlineman83 View Post
    Nitrous cams would solve this! No lean at all!!
    I'll second that. Nitrous X revamped with a draw cycle of the Cat/Nitro/Hybrix cams and modules for 65% and 80% letoff. Go against the grain and go back to a true dual cam with dual yokes. Gets rid of cam lean and I'd bet limbs would be much more reliable as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfisher View Post
    I'll second that. Nitrous X revamped with a draw cycle of the Cat/Nitro/Hybrix cams and modules for 65% and 80% letoff. Go against the grain and go back to a true dual cam with dual yokes. Gets rid of cam lean and I'd bet limbs would be much more reliable as well.
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    how about a new hatchet cam ???
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