If you mean that you want to put the Cam.5+ on the 2006 model you'll need to call Hoyt to see what will happen to your poundage. Don't be surprised if they tell you you'll lose 5-10# from your max draw weight.
I got the opprotunity to talk to one of the Hoyt engineers. The cam.5 plus in its E position is identical to the C2 cam. The cam.5 plus loses a little efficaincy because of the weight of the adjustable module on the side of the cam. So I said that to sya this I absolutly LOVE the original cam.5an but the cam.5 plus would have a little less of a hump in the roll over and be a touch faster.
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