Dampening Effectiveness of the Harmonic Stalilizer

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  • February 18, 2009 at 4:31 pm #496100 Back to Top REPORT
    vince71969
    vince71969


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    The Harmonic Stabilizer is another exciting new innovation for 2009 from Mathews, Inc. The Harmonic Stabilizer is purposely tuned to be out of phase with longer riser bows; such as the Reezen, and can dampen more than 75% of residual vibration. When placed in the bottom Harmonic Damper hole on the Reezen the Harmonic Stabilizer will give optimum performance. Another Harmonic Stabilizer can be purchased and put in top damper hole for added weight but little is gained in post residual vibration. One Harmonic Stabilizer will be standard issue on all Reezen and Monster bows and can be purchased as an accessory to retrofit most Mathews bow that is currently equipped with Harmonic Dampers. Visit your local Mathews retailer to shoot the Mathews Reezen today and feel the Harmonic Stabilizer difference for yourself.

    February 18, 2009 at 4:47 pm #524655 Back to Top REPORT
    thunderchicken21
    thunderchicken21

    Age: 29
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    Wow….is that a graph you did Vince?
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    February 18, 2009 at 7:59 pm #524656 Back to Top REPORT
    vince71969
    vince71969


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    Wow….is that a graph you did Vince?

    No. I’m not bright enough to come out with anything that cool on my own.

    That’s actual testing that Symo did and posted on the Mathews website [=}=]

    February 18, 2009 at 8:24 pm #524657 Back to Top REPORT
    thunderchicken21
    thunderchicken21

    Age: 29
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    Wow….is that a graph you did Vince?

    No. I’m not bright enough to come out with anything that cool on my own.

    That’s actual testing that Symo did and posted on the Mathews website [=}=][/quote:28yaqq3u]

    Sweet…I obviously don’t visit the main website much :oops: :oops: :oops: :^O

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    February 20, 2009 at 12:05 pm #524658 Back to Top REPORT

    captkirk

    Joined: 2/19/2009
    Anyone know the cost of the new Harmonic Stabilizer? I need one for my Reezen, it didn’t come with one. Kirk
    February 20, 2009 at 1:49 pm #524659 Back to Top REPORT
    jeff-k-in-il
    Jeff K in IL

    Age: 26
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    Anyone know the cost of the new Harmonic Stabilizer? I need one for my Reezen, it didn’t come with one. Kirk

    Those who have a Reezen should get one for free from their dealer. [=}=]

    March 15, 2009 at 6:57 pm #524660 Back to Top REPORT
    clemsongrad
    clemsongrad

    Joined: 1/24/2009
    I bought one for my LD….think it was $25 or $30
    March 17, 2009 at 10:25 pm #524661 Back to Top REPORT
    thfishunter
    thfishunter

    Joined: 12/30/2008
    Has anyone tried one on a DXT ?
    March 26, 2009 at 1:18 am #524662 Back to Top REPORT

    jokerspard35

    Joined: 11/20/2007
    I put one on my DXT and like it a lot.The weight plumbs the bow and it seems more stable when the arrow is released it seems to do a great job absorbing what little vibration I did have.I only put it in the bottom bushing.i think it’s worth the money. :thumbup :D
    March 30, 2009 at 1:56 pm #524663 Back to Top REPORT
    redarrow4
    RedArrow4

    Joined: 3/29/2009
    So if I wanted one for my LX ,would I just need to get one for the bottom and leave the HD in the top?
    April 2, 2009 at 12:37 am #524664 Back to Top REPORT

    jokerspard35

    Joined: 11/20/2007
    yes just leave the top one in and remove bottom oem dampener and the new one just slides right in.i used just a little soapy water to lube the bushing first and supported the bushing as I worked the new one in place.save the old one though just because but I don’t think you’ll go back.the change is very noticeable
    April 2, 2009 at 7:13 pm #524665 Back to Top REPORT
    redarrow4
    RedArrow4

    Joined: 3/29/2009
    Cool thanks for the info :thumbup
    April 5, 2009 at 3:20 am #524666 Back to Top REPORT
    jeepjason
    jeepjason

    Joined: 10/9/2008
    so since 1lb.=7000grains and the difference in weight is 1055 grains you are adding

    1055/7000=.150714285lbs to your bow

    just in case anyone cares :-B

    May 24, 2009 at 3:56 am #524667 Back to Top REPORT

    BlueDevil

    Joined: 4/16/2009
    Has anyone tried one on a DXT ?

    I put one on my DXT. The first time I shot it, I thought something weird happened like the string didn’t really go forward or something. Sometimes I think I hear it doing its thing .. wobbling as it absorbs the hit.
    In four months I went from a used clunker bow (not a mathews) to a DXT and then added the harm stab. I think it is worth it, but I’m new to the sport. It is nice to see other opinions and experiences posted here.

    June 18, 2009 at 6:24 pm #524668 Back to Top REPORT
    duckn-2
    duck'n

    Joined: 5/25/2009
    I wish mine would show up…I am dying to try it out in the SBXT!
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