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Thread: [B]AlphaBurner Vs Vector Turbo ???[B]

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    [B]AlphaBurner Vs Vector Turbo ???[B]

    Has anyone compared these two bows and what your view on them , I have two AlphaBurners and have not had the chance to see/test a Victor Turbo in person at this time ... Did anyone test to see how well the symmetry balance works on the Vector Turbo, and is it quieter then the AlphaBurner ???



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    I drew the turbo today,it seemed to be a little easier to draw than the burner,hope that helps.

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    Heard that the RKT, Rocket cams are easier to draw then Spirals X cams, but how is the feel when you drew it back, was it solid ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by MT Olie View Post
    Heard that the RKT, Rocket cams are easier to draw then Spirals X cams, but how is the feel when you drew it back, was it solid ???
    Spirals are the smoothes cams made by Hoyt. But, you can not creep at all. They are not forgiving. The RKT cams are more forgiving.
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    ...I will post a video comparison between the AB and the VT when my "time" permits!!.........with the pre-Rut kicking in here in Ohio...

    ...should see my new VT in a few days...
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    That sounds great, I'll be looking for your review ...

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    i have not shot a burner in awhile but the draw on the turbo is awesome as well as the wall and valley the one i shot was set on about 57 lbs i thought it it was 50 had to ask the rep what it was set on and when he said about 57 i was shocked.the bow holds great and is very quiet on the shot and shock free did not chrono it.of all the 2012 bows i have shot this one has is my pick for my next bow still have a few more to shoot though
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    Sounds GREAT, can't wait to test one out soon...

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