Never had trouble with the cables, but I know I was never able to shoot fat arrows with any high profile fletching like Blazers or Quickspin Speed Hunters as they would often contact the riser, somtimes on both sides.
Had Blazers glazing the riser of my ProElite - took a bunch of shots to show it. Center shot was perfect, but every so often something wasn't quite right. Lower profile Bohning X vanes eliminated that stubborn to find "not quite right."
thanks guys, why dont bow mfg think of these things, arrow clearances with cables and risers when they are designing them? they know guys shoot fat arrows and blazers are a option just seems if just a little more thought when into the process alot of problems could be eliminated.
Mine looked exactly like the pic posted. Good center shot and good paper tune, but high profile vanes left a rubbery residue on the riser after many shots (only with 2613 shafts, my 2314 shafts never had this trouble). Also, I noticed that I would have random, unexplained odd arrow flight when I knew darn well it wasn't me that caused it. I switched to regular profile vanes (4" Flexfletch) and the issues vanished.
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