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Can someone tell me how to tell the difference between a Hybrix 1.5 and 2.0. Thanks
 

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I understand what the difference is I am wondering how to tell the difference by looking at them. Thanks
 

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I don't know about the 2.0, but I have two Ryteras with Hybrix 1.5 cams and they are marked as such right on the side of the cam.
 

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Thanks bfisher. I just bought a 10 Nemesis yesterday and am pretty sure it has 2.0 cams on it. How hard are the 1.5's to get?
 

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Thanks bfisher. I just bought a 10 Nemesis yesterday and am pretty sure it has 2.0 cams on it. How hard are the 1.5's to get?
There'a more to things than just changing the cams. Getting them isn't that hard as Martin has them. A dealer could order them or maybe even swap them even-up. They both use the same modules. The difference you will find is that the bow with smaller 1.5 cam with your present limbs will have a higher draw weight range. How much, I don't know but I'd suspect about 10#. And then there is the difference in string/cable length. Just thought of something. One way to tell which cams is by the limb sticker. Look at the string length. 1.5 cams calls for a 52 1/2" string and 38 3/4" cables. 2.0 cams call for s tring length about 3-4" longer.

To bbjavelina, the markings might have changed from '10 to '11, but the shape of the cams is the same. Also just for info, the Martin Nitro cams are the same as the Hybrix for 2011. My Nemisis has one of each. Top cam is Hybrix. Bottom is Nitro. And this is soon to be changed just for aesthetic reasons.
 

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There'a more to things than just changing the cams. Getting them isn't that hard as Martin has them. A dealer could order them or maybe even swap them even-up. They both use the same modules. The difference you will find is that the bow with smaller 1.5 cam with your present limbs will have a higher draw weight range. How much, I don't know but I'd suspect about 10#. And then there is the difference in string/cable length. Just thought of something. One way to tell which cams is by the limb sticker. Look at the string length. 1.5 cams calls for a 52 1/2" string and 38 3/4" cables. 2.0 cams call for s tring length about 3-4" longer.

To bbjavelina, the markings might have changed from '10 to '11, but the shape of the cams is the same. Also just for info, the Martin Nitro cams are the same as the Hybrix for 2011. My Nemisis has one of each. Top cam is Hybrix. Bottom is Nitro. And this is soon to be changed just for aesthetic reasons.
Thought the nitro 1.5 looked more like a hybrix than a cat
 

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Thought the nitro 1.5 looked more like a hybrix than a cat
What? you want to see a Nitro 1.5? Ask and ye shall recieve. My new Nemisis came with one of each, The pic above is the top cam and the Nitro 1.5 is the bottom cam.
 

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