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    Did you say once that you had assembled a 13" limb NOS cammed Slayer? If so what were the specs like on that.
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    Hmm...

    Sounds interesting. Although i preferred the 14" limbs over the 13" limbs all the time...
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    Martin gave it the same specs as the 14" limbs, but that is obviously impossible!

    Going to 13" limbs, will shorten your DL range by exactly 1".

    You can shoot the bow with the ATA at the same specs of the 14" limbed Slayer, and if you do, the brace height will also be exactly 1" shorter.

    I don't feel that gives the 13" limbs enough pre-load, so I would reduce the string and cable lengths by 1", which will shorten the ATA to 36.75".

    The cable length is 38.25". The string length for C cams is 57.25". If you have B cams, the cable length is the same, but the string is only 51.75".

    B cams, will give you a brace height around 5.5", and a max DL of 27".

    Here's a thread on AT I posted in about the Slayer. http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1372944

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    good info once again... courtesy of copterdoc
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    Copterdoc,
    Whats the draw range on the 13" limbs and C nitrous? You say it will shorten the draw length by 1 ", so 30 " then ? Slayer riser, of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Copterdoc,
    Whats the draw range on the 13" limbs and C nitrous? You say it will shorten the draw length by 1 ", so 30 " then ? Slayer riser, of course.
    Yep.

    A Slayer with 13" limbs, has the same DL range as a Bullet-X.

    In fact, if you install SE limb pockets, the Slayer becomes a Bullet-X!

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    What would be the draw length range with 13" limbs, B ntirous, at the 37.75" A2A ?
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