Gold Supporting Archer
I’m honestly not sure how they could make the ventum 33 better lol. But I said the same thing about the axius ultra. Hopefully we get a quiet carbon bow. I want one so bad but everyone I shoot is just so loud compared to their aluminum siblings.
I'm going to guess and say you haven't been shooting many Hoyt bows the last 20 years correct ?
here's a few things to keep in mind when you say what you said. I will not argue against the Ventum being a great bow. But back up a few years and you will see some absolutely incredible bows that Hoyt introduced.
2014 Hoyt took their all time #1 selling bow the Spyder,and drop it from the metal riser line (bonehead move I know),and used that name to introduce a new line of Carbon bows in place of the Element called the Carbon Spyder series, 3 bows. Using a Z5 cam hybrid system. They were super light weight, and SMOKED with speed.
todays Hoyts use binary systems that necessitate the changing of shims in order to tweak the bow during tuning set up. Gone are the days of getting the axle very close shim/spacer wise and using your yokes to tweak the tune. Hoyt is elemental in this. PSE and Bowtech both have features to make this process seemless. So starting with a system to tweak the tune of the cam without having to remove the whole shim in place for another shim is certainly called for.
Talk carbon ? Hoyt's carbon bows weight as much as some metal bows. Why ? Because morons complained the Hoyt carbons were too light and hard to hold on target. These morons could have added weight and we could have had the option to those who wanted to continue to have a 35 axle Matrix being lighter than 30 inch axle bows. Instead, Hoyt added aluminum to the limbs pockets and the carbon bows being shorter on axle weigh too much,before adding a stabilizer.
Speed on Hoyts are holding fast and thats great. Tweak the cam system shimming nd lighten up the carbon to day of old.