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HP, It will work fine. The 452 settles in quicker with less stretch, great for cables. But they are essentially the same material just different diameters.
 

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Yes, they will work fine, but I still prefer the Brownell Ultracam to all other materials I've ever tried. I find the Ultracam settles in the quickest and lasts the longest, but that's just my opinion.:)
 

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I agree with James on the settling in issue. I still prefer 452. It has a lot less shock and it doesn't frey as bad as the ultracam. It took me a day or so more shooting than the ultracam to get it all settled in. I had a friend that had ultracam on his hoyt and I talked him into trying the 452 and he could feel the difference. He swears by the bcy product now. I did like the d75 thin, it just wasn't quite as stable as the 452 or ultracam.
 

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On my cam & 1/2 I have a D-75 string with 450 cables. After shooting about 50 arrows through it I timed it and it has shot great ever since. They have been on since mid June!
 
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