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The bow I'm shooting

Protec XT3000 Spiral Cams set at 55% letoff (fade blue)
Toxonics Naildriver 5300
Classic LC Scope Lg
Classic 6X
Golden Key Premier Rest
Beiter 30" 3 tuner Stabilizer
Beiter 10" V-bar
Scott Longhorn 3 release
X7 2613 200gr nibbs, Blue/Black 4" Full Heli Feathers
My own 450+ Blue strings and cables

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I like the Spiral cams over the regular cam also. I prefer the harder wall.

My Dream Spot bow:

Pro Tec w/ XT3000 limbs (in Flame of course)
Spiral Cams
CBE Micro Lite
Shrewd Scope with no lens just .029 up pin
Brite Site Pro Tuner (or Trophy Taker)
Beiter Stab 35" w/ 4 tuners w/ angled quick disconnect
Beiter Side Rod 10" attached to side of the riser by Vibracheck
Adjustable Coupler
Winner's Choice 8125 string and 450+ cables
Tru Ball Tru Tension 3 finger
ACE's 470's for outdoors
X7 2314's indoors

But since I have a 27 1/4 inch draw and the Spiral cams stop at 28" w/ 3000 limbs I would just stick with the 2000 limbs or get an Ultra.:D
 

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Why do you archers say the cam 1/2 wall is soft? If the top cam thing is off the wall may seem soft. Mine is just as solid as any cam I've tried. Which included the max cam. I'm using the 65% let-off modules with the rubber bumper removed.
 

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I am using the 65% modules also, my bow came with 75% mods but it was, I'll use another word MUSHY... so I tried the 65's much more CRISP. I have tested a SuperTec and find the spiral Cams to be even crisper. much more to my liking. I attributed this to shooting a re-curve for so long, but maybe thats not it either.
 

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I shot an old hoyt with wheels now that was mushy. Didn't really have any wall. I'm was used to that type of wheels with long valleys. To me anything else feels solid
 
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