That shooting string number doesn't look right at all. For C cams, the shooting string should be about 19" longer than the cables. Should that read 54.25" or do you really have a 44.25" string on it ? That doesn't really seem possible. With 36.25" cables, your ATA should be about 34.75" (1.5" shorter than cables.) I need to look at my books at home, but I would start with cables around 36.5" to 37" for ATA at 35" or 35.5", and then figure the correct string length from there.dg, thanks for the help. The shoot string is 44 1/4, and the cables are 36 1/4. The ATA is the same as my other Warthogs @35 inches. Limbs seem to be flexed the same amount, or very close to it. IF I unloaded the limbs a bit, that would drop my draw weight as well wouldn't it? This bow is already down to 49.8#, and I wouldn't want to go any lower really. Plan on using it for a turkey bow if I ever get it figured out. lol
OK, that is closer to correct, but the string is still short, which may explain why your available draw length is so short and it may be affecting your weight and letoff. We'll get to the bottom of it...Damn fingers. It should be a 55 1/4 shoot string, and 36 1/4 cables. Sorry about that.
Not really. The Slay'r started with 14" limbs and then they went to the 13" with the C cams on the Slayer Extreme, presumably to keep the brace lower and maximize the speed. The B cam version of the Slayer Extreme still used the 14" limbs because the cam body width is narrower - 13" limbs with B cams would yield very short brace - under 6". The same general formula for ATA to cable length to string length works on all limbs, from 13" "Super Mag" to 16" straight and the 17" Elite recurve limbs. Some tweaking can improve feel and let off, so the numbers are not set in stone, but the starting point of ATA +1.5" for cables and cables plus 19" for C cams generally works.I know you guys know what you're talking about and glad that you found this thread to be able to help, BUT, and this is just a thought, but would there be much of a difference with the 13" limbs rather than the usual 14" limb associated with these cams??????