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beats me what it all means but looks like with the b cam they all have the same string so it don't realy matter :noidea:
 

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http://www.martinarchery.com/chart/2007chart/nitrous.php

Specifically the Nitrous information.

I have a 45-60pound limb Slayer with a NitrousB cam!
What do the letters and numbers mean?
What specifically is the question? The chart reads that the Nitrous B cam yields a draw length of 25-28" and to achieve a 60# max draw weight, you'd need a 2H deflection limb.

For example, I also had a Slayer Extreme with the B cam, and I had a 4M deflection limb that maxed out at 68#, which agrees with that chart. If you have any questions, post them here or shoot me a PM...I know the Slayer pretty well.
 

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Cam rotation should be looked at.
1 or 2 twist on the cable could make a lot of difference.
When you find it you will know.
It is my understanding the nitrous A and B never did get the 75% let off they were suposed to.
 
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