My wife had a session with an archery coach today and we both agreed that she needs almost an inch more draw length to help fix some potential form issues. My problem is that her Hoyt Carbon Defiant 34 #1 dfx cams are maxed at 27" right now. I could twist out a 1/4" on the string and pull the 180 grip and gain another 1/4" maybe, but I would be left with the d loop to try and get the rest of the difference. I am thinking about switching over to #2 dfx cams instead and restringing the bow, does this affect the limb weight on the bow? She has 40-50# limbs now and I thought I saw somewhere that this might lose poundage, so would I have to buy different limbs as well? I know I could just sell the bow but would rather rebuild it if possible. She doesn't want a franken bow but I was also thinking about some #2 dfx turbo cams, finding string lengths would be the only problem with that correct? If someone had some CD 34 40-50 limbs and #2 cam to trade for the 40-50# and #1 dfx I would be interested, or an outright sale would be great to. I have the hoyt adapters for my last chance press to safely take down the bow, the real bummer is I just put new pink and black strings on the bow 2 weeks ago! Thanks in advance for any help.