If the Hoyt chart says "C" then use "C", however I find most use "D" instead...yelk hunter said:I have to get a new string after season and have one question -
You state that it should be tuned in the D slot yet all the Hoyt chart measurements are for C slot.
So, before I back off the string to measure AtoA +1/4, do I set it in the C slot or the D slot?
How can you set the modules to the required DL? I thought that by changing the slot (ABCDEF) that this was what controlled your DL. So what are you talking about in that last sentence?A note: the regular cam & ½ should be tuned in the “D” draw length slot for best performance. You can then set the module to your required DL and tweak the DL using the string
The measurments for the Hoyt regular cam 1/2 i.e draw weight, axle to axle, and brace height are taken in either "C" or "D" slot... while the change isn't significant there are differences so I recommend that you "use" the slot as deginated by Hoyt (example: http://www.hoyt.com/technical/charts.tpl?page=04_ultratec.inc 2004 UltraTec w/XT2000 limbs is spec'ed to be in "D" slot of the module). Once you have the bow set to all specs and the cams in time and sync, then you change the module to the corrct draw length for you...shoff14 said:Javi,
Got a question for you that I don't understand
How can you set the modules to the required DL? I thought that by changing the slot (ABCDEF) that this was what controlled your DL. So what are you talking about in that last sentence?