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Thread: New for 2014: Hoyt Carbon Spyder!?

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    New for 2014: Hoyt Carbon Spyder!?

    Sorry if this is a repost but I couldn't help but let you guys in on a brand new advertisement. Today I received my beloved Bowhunter magazine and couldn't help but notice on the very last page Hoyt's tease of an advertisement. It only showed the "Spyder" emblem in what appeared to be in carbon material....underneath only the words "coming fall 2013!" Here's to all you Spyder lovers! Let the speculation begin! I personally am excited to see what ALL bow manufacturers have coming this year. Always interesting.



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    can you post a picture of the advertisement?

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    Yeah was posted already but it has my interest.

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    There it is! Any thoughts?
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    Oh he11. I better call the divorce lawyer now!!!

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    Interesting, but really what was so different between the carbon element and the spyder anyways besides the air shock. I mean I know the risers were different, but the cams were the same, so what was different. Probably will just be the element with air shocks.
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    The element already has air shocks lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by deerhuntinsunof View Post
    The element already has air shocks lol

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    Your right it does, never shot one so I had to look it up. I thought they still had the old limb saver. Sorry, stupid post, carry on. Only other thing I can think of is something more like the Bowtech knight, where they do away with the carbon tube technology. I don't know, I have been wrong already on the thread, might as well be again.
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    Maybe it will be a spyder with a cheaper molded carbon/plastic composite riser like the carbon knight so it will cost less than the element and matrix
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckA84 View Post
    Maybe it will be a spyder with a cheaper molded carbon/plastic composite riser like the carbon knight so it will cost less than the element and matrix
    I would like that. Love the knight

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    Its a Spyder logo. So I take it as a custom color option. A Spyder w/ carbon look dip with red accents.

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    I dunno. Think they would really just go for a dip when bowtech will most likely be putting out a carbon flagship? I like the spyders the way they are, i would own one if i could figure out this whole savings thing. Come on tax time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zhunter62 View Post
    Interesting, but really what was so different between the carbon element and the spyder anyways besides the air shock. I mean I know the risers were different, but the cams were the same, so what was different. Probably will just be the element with air shocks.
    didn;t they have different 3 cams?
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    The spyder hands down is my favorite hoyt.
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    I agree

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    Theres nothing "carbon" about the bowtech. More like "plastic". I doubt hoyt will have any competition in the carbon riser field. They have had the matrix for 4 years now and no one else has tried to make their own carbon bow

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    Spyder cams are different. Much larger. Also, it's 30"ata.

    Points towards a 30" carbon bow with the spyder geometry and cams I'd say. Hopefully they do the spyder turbo in carbon too!!
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    Oh time will tell.

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    I liked my element a lot! It is basically a spyder but with a carbon riser anyway they have the same cams and fixed rollers. Sweet shooters thats for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by War_Material View Post
    I liked my element a lot! It is basically a spyder but with a carbon riser anyway they have the same cams and fixed rollers. Sweet shooters thats for sure.
    No they don't have the same cams


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    Quote Originally Posted by DocMort View Post
    No they don't have the same cams


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    I remember seeing on here awhile back that there was some speculation that they were going to stop making the element, continue with the matrix. This might be the case, it would make sense if it was replaced with a carbon spyder. I have both and love them, so I will probly just stand pat, at least until some fools buy them and start selling them on her for 30% of new cost. Lol
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    Maybe make the Spyder in the carbon material, shave off a few oz of weight and (hopefully) be a less expensive version of the elemnt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brae View Post
    YEP THEY HAVE DIFF CAMs
    The Hoyt website says the spyder is equipped with rkt cam1/2 syestem. They do have 3 diff. sized rkt cams to match different draw lengths. The #3 cam appearing quite a bit larger then the #1 an #2 cams.
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