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This question is for any of you Hoyt technical gurus and tinkerers that may have some (or any) knowledge RE: Limb Deflection Numbers for Hoyt's XT3000 series of limbs.
What will a set of XT3000's marked "60" on the ends, that provided a peak weight of 50# on an Ultratec (2002 model, I think), peak at when put on a Protec (2002 model w/ Excel cam)?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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If you look at the Hoyt website, bow tuning guide for 2001, you can make an estimate as they list deflection numbers for different draw weights/cam/limb/riser combos (I sure wish Hoyt would always provide this info). Problem is, no Excel cam data that I can see.

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I wish they would at least write the deflection numbers on the limbs where you can read them without having to take the bow apart.

Even if they would just post a PDF file on the web site with the deflection values... how hard would that be. It might take a whole 5 minutes to do.
 
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