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I have a 2008 Bowtech Constitution and I would like to increase the holding weight. I am very familiar with tuning, twisting cables, etc., and I do understand the function and adjustment of the limb stop. I have not figured out a way to increase my holding weight to about 65% from 80% without losing the valley. In other words, I can get it to 65% no problem but the valley is virtually non existent.

Does anyone have a solution for this? Do they make 65% mods for the Constitution?
 

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Im not sure about getting g modules.

Contact nuts and bolts. He'll get you there
 

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He will, I asked the same question about my Invasion. Haven't had a chance to try it yet.
 

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I have asked him a few questions from time to time and have always got a response back...nice guy to discuss archery things with.

He responded back and basically said, to increase holding weight rotate the cams to make shorter draw then install longer mods to get draw length back.
 

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Usually with 65% letoff there isnt much valley. You might be able to gain a bit more by advancing top cam more
 
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