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cam.5 UT xt 2000 60#, 28"draw (option 5 set at "c")
RH, TT original rest , string loop, inline peep, no leaches
302 gr. cxl............288fps
409 gr. ics .............255fps


how is that compared to others with similar set up???????
 

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thats awesome performance considering xt3000 limbs.
how do you find the spiral cams draw characteristics compared to those of the cam.5??
i am thinking of buying a supertec.....

would actually love to come across a set of spiral cams 28" for my UT!!:D
 

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Arrowwrecker......Well considering I shoot my razortec at 65#, going to the UT w/spirals @60# was not too bad. They actually feel pretty equal in draw and hold weight. I do however think the spiral cams in a 60-70# bow would be pretty harsh.

The extra length of the XT3000 limbs gives that little extra stability of a longer ATA. All in all it is a really pleasant bow to shoot.

The only thing I am having to get used to is the noise and shock of the bow. The razortec is deadly quiet and vibe free but then again it has enough navcom on it to keep it afloat in water. The ultratec has nothing other than limbsavers

Took me a long time searching before finding a left hand UT with XT3000s and spirals.
 

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Hi arrowwrecker -- not sure of the total arrow weight, I will have to check that and get back to you. Yes the speed is great, arrows are probably a bit light but boy they shoot and group great!!
 

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Ultra Tec for 3D XT3000 Cam & 1/2
64#s
29.25"
340 gr speed 23
282 fps
slot D

Ultra Tec for Hunting XT3000
61#s
28.75"
365 gr speed 23
268 with string leetches
437 gr 3212
248-250 fps
slot C
 
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