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    Martin Nitrous Cam ?

    I can't for the life of me find the threads with the info (I know there here somewhere...).
    1. What is the string and cable length for nitrous A cams with the shoot through setup on a S4 elite?
    2. Draw length range for Nitrous A with regular mods on S4?
    3. What is the DL range of Nitrous b cams with mini mods on a S4 elite?
    I know the strings/cables need to be changed from a to b to c bases, but do they need to be changed when going from mini mods to standard mods?
    Thanks for the help.



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    Go to Martin's website and click on the "tech forum" tab.

    Go to "bow cam charts" and scroll down to "click for past specs 2008 and before"

    That has the cam charts for 2004-2007. The 2005 chart has limb deflection numbers as well.
    Rytera Bullet-X (Nitrous-X).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathewsju View Post
    ...I know the strings/cables need to be changed from a to b to c bases, but do they need to be changed when going from mini mods to standard mods?
    Thanks for the help.
    You don't need to change the cable length unless you change the limbs or riser.

    To figure out cable length, add 1.5" to the desired ATA.

    To calculate string length, add 19" to the cable length for C cams, 13.5" for B cams and 10.5" for A cams.

    The cable length is the same, for any Nitrous cam/module combination, on a given limb/riser assembly.
    Rytera Bullet-X (Nitrous-X).
    Goldtip Xt Hunter/NAP Spitfire, G5 Striker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathewsju View Post
    I can't for the life of me find the threads with the info (I know there here somewhere...).

    1. What is the string and cable length for nitrous A cams with the shoot through setup on a S4 elite? ~ String = 55-1/2", Cables = 44-3/4"

    2. Draw length range for Nitrous A with regular mods on S4? ~ about 27"-30"

    3. What is the DL range of Nitrous b cams with mini mods on a S4 elite? ~ about 27"-30" (mini mods drop the draw length by about 2" over standard mods) and draw length with standard mods on "B" cams is about 29"-32"

    I know the strings/cables need to be changed from a to b to c bases, but do they need to be changed when going from mini mods to standard mods?
    Thanks for the help. ~ you only need to change the string when going from "A" to "B" to "C" cams, the cables are the same length between all three cams, and no you don't need to change strings or cables when changing from mini mods to standard mods or vice versa
    hopefully that helps and tells you all you wanted to know !

    Woody

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    great, thanks woody

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    Here, is a better cam/limb chart.

    http://www.martinarchery.com/chart/2...rt/nitrous.php

    The M-57 Elite, is a S4 with Elite limbs.
    Rytera Bullet-X (Nitrous-X).
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