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Thread: hoyt maxxis 35 number 3 cams or number 2

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    hoyt maxxis 35 number 3 cams or number 2

    what is better for me whith a hoyt maxxia 35 number 2 or number 3 cams i am a 28 inch draw pepole say i can go with either cam which one is smotther and has more vally any info thanks



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    You don't have any choice , you have to use the #2 cam

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    yep #3 shortest DL is 29.5" and they are buttery smooth
    Hoyt Maxxis 35

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    I believe the charts say you could use a #3 cam if you went with a Maxxis 31, but the only way to get a 28 in draw with a Maxxis 35 is the #2 Cam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodford1 View Post
    I believe the charts say you could use a #3 cam if you went with a Maxxis 31, but the only way to get a 28 in draw with a Maxxis 35 is the #2 Cam.
    dag it thought i had some choices well how r the number2 cams

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    #2 cams are faster but have a very short valley. They will definitely jump on you if you creep at all. #3 's are a little slower but more valley - I found them much more comfortable. I just bought a Hoyt Contender because I liked the valley of the Cam and 1/2 plus much better than the #2 XTR. If I could have gotten the #3 XTR cam on the Maxxis 35, that is the I would have ordered.

    I actually talked to Hoyt about this exact topic, and they told me they have heard this a lot from customers with 27 and 28 inch draws who tried the #2 cam on the 35. I am hoping for a change in their 2011 lineup that will give us a different choice.

    Good luck with making your decision.

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    The Maxxis shoots really smooth with the #2 cams. If the valley is too short for you just have someone take a twist out of the cable so that the top cam hits before the bottom. It really is that simple.

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    Where do you find the charts?
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    They are posted under the Customer Service section on Hoyt.com. Here is the link - http://www.hoyt.com/customer_service...une_charts.php.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodford1 View Post
    They are posted under the Customer Service section on Hoyt.com. Here is the link - http://www.hoyt.com/customer_service...une_charts.php.
    its kinda of discourgeing now i have to shoot one with 2 cams the one i shot was 3 and it had me convinced bbut i dk now

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    I know this is an old thread but I have this bow and would like to get the full 29" DL out of the #2 cams. For some reason mine is at 28.5 on the E setting. Got it used so am wondering if it's a matter of untwisting the string a bit or something else. Can I just switch the module out to a different one, it is easily removable? If anyone knows or can give some advice I would greatly appreciate it!

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