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Thread: New string/cable on Firecat TR1

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    i got custom strings built for my firecat at my local bowshop they are served where they go through the roller. i personally like them like this. my old ones made a little bit of noise there my new ones dont.
    2010 Firecat Tr1, tru-glo microbrite, NAP Apache, X-coil Beman ics 400

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinbowhunter View Post
    Thank's. also, what size serving should i use to serve these area's?
    .014-.017 is fine. I usually use halo .014, 3D or 2X. Any of these will work good.

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    This is all very helpful info. I think I will have them serve the string and cable in those areas. Would there be any performance hits or gains by having so much serving on the string/cable? Bowhntr, I like the idea of any reduced noise.


    I have yet to read any negative reviews about the Extreme strings. I am going to try a set. Now the hard part... deciding the colors.
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    2010 Martin Firecat TR1 70#
    QAD Ultra-Rest
    AMP Black Gold 0.019" sight
    GoldTip XT Hunter 5575 (white wrap and 3 barred white feathers)
    Nocturnal lighted nock (love 'em!)
    Muzzy 100

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    There is no loss of speed by serving the ccs areas. You will have a slight loss by serving the idler, but thats offset by a longer string life.

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