Type: Posts; User: rick prather
No. You would need # 2 cams for that d/l.
Look on their web site-they have the short draws.
>>>> $ 625.00 tyd <<<<
Put a twist in the right yoke leg to see if a change occurs.
Probably one of the "E" clips on the axle ends.
Wrap a couple of turns of dental floss between the clip and the limb to prove it.
Risk one of the 340 s if you think they are weak. Cut 1/2 in. off, then go by 1/4 in. They may be on the edge.
But first I would put a couple twists in the left yoke leg to see if you can get a...
My opinion also, especially on a Hoyt with the very stiff riser.
Don't buy into that formula stuff.
What makes a low brace height less forgiving is what Hoyt calls "reflex geometry". A straight edge or string from the limb/riser intersection on top to limb/riser...
BCY 3D. I use .016 (I think) so that the finished cable mics at .102 to .106.
$100 per hour is very out of line, especially IF the person doing the work doesn't know his butt from a hole in the ground.
It is better to have a price for each job.To the OP- I would let the man ,...
The flight of the arrow is gonna be the same in relation to the riser whether uphill/downhill. Gravity does NOT effect the arrow differently.
All black Alpha-Elite : http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2310942 from the target section.
A squared +B squared= C squared is for a Right triangle. The problem arises when the target is way below your feet , as if down a mountainside. The same if the target is way above you.
Get a Leupold...
I would expect changing d/l would change arrow speed ie: shorter/longer=slower/faster. Will changing the D loop length speed up a bow?
For Sale only: 2012 all black Hoyt Alpha-Elite. Black riser, black cams and modules, black BCY-X strings.
Very good/excellent condition. NO set screw marks, no marks on limbs with the exception of...
If this was 60# it would be mine.
Even yet, the T.V. commercials, and ads in magazines say "The worlds most shootable bow" and show a draw force of the
Answer which is no longer in production. People buy the E35 cause of this ad....
Over the years I've fletched enough arrows that you couldn't carry that many fletches. I have always used acetone-alum. or carbon. But here is the key- you can soak alum. and I ( repeat I) also soak...
Are you certain of your d/l and grip?
Pins or slider?
Are 1st. 2nd. and 3rd. axis set? 3 rd. at full draw?
Just something to think about. They all have to be correct.
The only dumb question is one you have to ask more than once.
Imo, the one to use is the one that tunes and shoots the best. That is b/h vs f/p but start with bare shaft vs fletched shaft.
We all have the examples---kinda like the guy who smokes and knows several people who have smoked for "X" number of years with no ill effects.
Replace the string set at least every 2 years.
Draw stops or loose modules or Axle "E" clips.