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two main things with a change to heavier points.

1) the spine of the arrow will decrease. I can't say from your setup if it will mean a change outside the proper parameters for your bow. Those all carbon arrows tend to have a wider range then say the X10 I am most familiar with

2) your sight marks will change. The obvious one is the vertical (up and down). You will get less speed. What many don't realize is that you may have to move your pin(pins) to the right because as spine decreases the tendency is for the arrows to move right for a right handed shooter. You will probably lose about 5-8FPS but that is guestimation

3) generally more FOC is good-to a point. Famous Italian Coach (his son just won the World Championship) Vittorio Frangilli advocates increased FOC. On short range hunting set ups I don't think it is as important on finger released 90M shots though:D
 
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