Type: Posts; User: enkriss
I didn't make fun of anyone's beliefs. It was unneeded nonsense added to the original post. Which made it difficult to comprehend. It sounded like something someone found written on a peice of...
Can you post this lawsuit? Docket# etc...
I would like to read it.
I didn't know what the hell he was trying to say with all the ridiculous nonsense embedded in the post.
Which is why I asked for clarification without the religious drivel.
No reason to get...
Yes...same fabric as the fanatic lite
You have the lock down tight.
Minimal...but more speed is more speed.
However, speed nocks placed correctly on the string help reduce oscillation which in turn reduces vibe and noise.
There is zero downside to speed nocks...
All 2009 and prior were his but he may have designed the modded 2010 versions also not really sure. They might of been holdover designs. That is kinda foggy for me...
But 2011-present are NOT...
I love my addiction. Best bow I have ever owned super smooth and hold on target like no other.
What's this mean without all the religious drivel?
The cutout on the riser of the 2016s is narrower and shallower. Also, the mounting holes are closer together.
It can be modified to kinda fit but it is not a direct bolt on.
Titanium is not better than steel in every way possible.
1). Way more expensive
2). Strips out easier
3). The galling is terrible against aluminum. You must use some type of antisieze...
Why not? They are the same cams....?
The mods should fit.
Numbers will be different though
About an oz is all I saved....
The z28 with zcams is their greatest and smoothest hunting bow they have ever made followed by the GT500 and answer...been downhill since that....IMO
The bow will pick up a little speed with let off around 75/80% instead of the 85/90 with the stops all the way out.
Besides the anti corrosion. I have noticed zero other benefit.
I won't be buying another set. The weight saving is minuscule. I don't even notice the weight difference.
If that bow has limb stops they are absolutely needed!
Those are limb tip pins. They are there to keep the axle from ripping through the limb. Don't shoot it!
Not a 2015 addiction. Wider limbs more stable limb pockets just an overall completely refined bow. The 2015/2016 addiction is one of the best bows I have owned.
$350+$150 cams+$35 mods + $80...
All this because of a dry fire?....I don't know about that one. How is that one the string makers problem? Bow warranties don't cover dry fires. That is abuse and misuse of equipment.
I prefer a binary for its simplicity. All strings stretch don't be fooled.
No yokes to stretch and the cams are identical and slaved so a stretched cable is not going to throw the setup...
I have been experimenting with grips myself.
This Wilson over grip tape from Walmart was cheap and seems to work incredibly well.
Ttt is "to the top"
You don't have enough posts to post in the classifieds