This is off your original topic. Are you finding that you need a stiffer shaft for the spirals than normal. I have a Protec, XT2000, 29", 67 lbs., spirals. My 3-60's tune like S***. I am going to try some 71's as soon as the weather breaks. Let me know your opinions.
I haven't shot it that much I have only had it a week. But I am shooting 3-18's at 55lbs. They fly great. I haven't shot them at a higher weight and I wont for a long time (I am going to set up my 2412's tomorrow). I am also shooting magnocks. So I can get away with a shaft that is a little weaker. But I don't think I will have a problem. I am going to shoot a stiffer shaft outdoors jsut to slow the bow down. Nino shot the same setup all summer. But he has a 28" draw and was shooting 58lbs w/ 3-28's at 27". His arrows performed great. The 3-60's should work fine for you. They should be a perfect match. I think the problem may be something other than the shaft.
Thanks. I didn't think it would work. I kew you couldn't do it with a single cam. So I figured you couldn't with the cam.5. But I just wanted to make sure.
Ox the spirals aren't that bad. You just have to shoot it for acouple of days to get used to it. When I first started shooting the Redline cam it was the same way. But I got used to it after I shot it for about a week or so. I was used too the spiral am by the time I was done shooting my second indoor round with it.
Well guys, GRIV said a couple weeks ago that hybrids CAN be creep tuned!
I am guessing its just a matter of adding or subtracting twists from that single cable?
He said he would elaborate at a later date.
WHat you can do is shoot several arrows moving the draw stop peg from the longest to the shortest. This has the same effect as creeping as on the lower letoff setting you are simply shooting out the front of the valley.
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