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    Hoyt Spyder Turbo Review

    Heres a video of the spyder turbo that I did. I will post another one of the Spyder 34 as well



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nNo_2Xpbaw

    anyone shot this yet?
    what do you think?


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    not really a review......just someone shooting it on video

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    Quote Originally Posted by trannyman View Post
    not really a review......just someone shooting it on video
    Sure you are right,but to be honest,most any of the youtube bow reviews are gimmicks anyhow,cause smooth here smooth there and what so ever,doing bow reviews more accurate would be to expensive equipment wise,so the way of bow reviews BowHunter63082 is doing is absolutely fine for me ,he is showing the bows in detail,shoots them ,you can clearly see him drawing the bow to full draw from side view and behind and some speeds as well,it´s all I need .Deciding factor for buying one would be test shooting one myself anyhow at the least.

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    I would do more of a review style but there's not much to talk about bc they are all smooth and quiet. They all shoot decent speeds. I could go into what's more accurate but that's different for everyone

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    I couldn't see the chrono. How fast did it shoot with that set up?

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    Looked like a review to me
    Quote Originally Posted by trannyman View Post
    not really a review......just someone shooting it on video
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    have you had a chance to see if the turbo is actually 10fps faster then the spyder 30?

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    Thanks for the review. What size cam did the ST have that you tested. I looks to be a #3.
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    Hoyt Spyder Turbo Review

    So what was the speed ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by strummer View Post
    So what was the speed ?
    Looked like 291 to me. 28.5" 70lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrp View Post
    Looked like 291 to me. 28.5" 70lbs.
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    Re: Hoyt Spyder Turbo Review

    Around 336 ibo then. Not any faster that the spyder 30 i shot

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    He shot it at 28/70 and 292 with a 410 grain arrow. Thats plenty fast for me....gee wiz what do people want. You would blow right through anything in north america with that.

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    Re: Hoyt Spyder Turbo Review

    I want more than that with a 6" brace

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrp View Post
    Looked like 291 to me. 28.5" 70lbs.
    WOW my Vector Turbo was faster at the same specs.

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    Re: Hoyt Spyder Turbo Review

    Chrono difference?

    The one I saw was 28"/69.5lbs 353 grain arrow @ 324 FPS. Prochrono with light kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whack n' stack View Post
    WOW my Vector Turbo was faster at the same specs.
    Why did Hoyt drop the Vector Turbo?

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    That is a little under IBO. Hoyts are generally at or a little over IBO, rarely under.

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    Remember there is string weight as well from loop and peep

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    Quote Originally Posted by BowHunter63082 View Post
    Remember there is string weight as well from loop and peep
    I betcha Hoyt wouldn't have added the speed stud's if they didn't help.
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    depends alot on what number cam is on i would say its got a 3 on it for speed and his draw length a 2 would put better numbers up thanks for the time on the review i liked it
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    Hoyt Spyder Turbo Review

    Wow i cant believe it is under ibo i didn't think hoyts did that.
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    i shot a 29/70 # 3.1 cam out of the box nothing done to the bow just with loop and prong rest 356gr arrow 332-333fps consistently thats over ibo out of the box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocknboots View Post
    Why did Hoyt drop the Vector Turbo?
    The Vector series is basically replaced by the Spyder series. The Spyder Turbo is largely the Vector Turbo upgraded. A little less weir, upgraded cams and airshox.
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    I love it how people overreact based on limited and inconclusive information.

    I'd be willing to bet someone a new bow that these things (when set up and tuned properly) will easily exceed IBO .
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