So I got a few 35s in the shop last week. I hadn't really had to to tinker much with them until today. So here goes.
First thing is the finish of the bows is different, has a slightly rough texture to the riser and limbs. IMO its a better finish. Limbs don't have the streaky finish like on some prior models. When I say streaky I mean you can see the detail of the limb under the finish. The new ones don't have this.
No the million dollar question....CAM LEAN?
EVERY binary cam will have a small amount. The 35s (all 4 I have in the shop) have zero to NO lean. The 70 lber does have a tiny bit on the bottom cam but that's it.
Everything about the bow feels great. The grip seems slightly different and just molds into your hand, the draw was incrediable for a 70 lb bow. On the scales it checked out at 72 lbs. It actually felt less than 65.
Viberation is none existing. Bow feels amazing. It actually reminds me of how the insanity and experience feel on the shot. These bows are super quiet as well and don'thave that elite thump like prior models.
I was kinda shocked they dropped so many bows and only introduced one bow available in different ATA lengths. But I believe elite hit a home run with these bows. Way better than any elite ever made IMO. The "cage" doesn't bother me and I don't see it at all in the sight picture. DL was spot on as well when I checked it on the draw board.
I checked all 4 35s and all shot right at or near where they are advertised at. I was impressed and shocked at the same time. Just a simple review and nothing fancy. I'm not a fan boy of any bow, but I am a binary fan boy.