No. Draw length is set with the draw stop and the module is used to adjust the let-off. Same concept at pushing the pin out of the module of the previous reckoning models.I'm a little confused about the sliding mod. I watched PJ's video but still don't quite get it.
He said you can slide the mod to adjust the letoff. So this also can micro adjust your draw length, right? But in the picture above, it looks like the draw stop is set at different draw lengths at set locations on the cam?
On the pictures of the cams, it looks like the draw stop pegs are in 1/2" increments.Bows look sweet. I'll be sticking with my Reckoning 35 but not because I don't want a 36 or 39. I like the timing feature. I've already made the mod on my Reckoning to a sliding mod to adjust letoff but it will be easier on the new bows. I LOVE the looks of the adjustable grip angle. That is something that I wish was easier to play with on the Reckoning 35.
The older Recks have a sliding draw stop but the new are "pegged" in holes. I liked the sliding stop where draw length could be micro-tuned to any length. Did anyone catch the draw length increments?
I believe with the micro adjustment on the cables you likely will be able to get 1/4 or 1/8 DL adjustment. I’m talking true DL as on a draw board not just what a cam shows.Fantastic bows, but a real shame they’re 1/2” DL adjustments not 1/4. Riser styling is a little funky, but the tech looks good and speed much improved. really solid effort from Bowtech.
Ngl that’s actually hilariousThat new 36 does look impressive, and seems to be making good speed. Deadlock, timing adjustment without a press, three different cam sizes for different draw lengths, camo and solid color options, and it weighs the same as the new 30" carbon One
I believe with the micro adjustment on the cables you likely will be able to get 1/4 or 1/8 DL adjustment. I’m talking true DL as on a draw board not just what a cam shows.