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Joined: 1/31/2005Thanks, I like to know that if i stay with in the guide lines that i should have nothing to worry about.
Joined: 7/29/2006Thanks for the vid and the hard work. I really enjoy seeing that sort of thing.i logged in here to see this and it don’t work for some reason……
whats wrong?anybody know..
Brian from GA
Joined: 6/23/2004When you first put this up I watched the video 15 to 20 times watching a diiferent part of the bow. My first watch was the limb pocket or lack there of… absolutely no movement. Then like everyone else I started going to the end of the limbs, the string suppressors, etc. Cool stuff.
The small damper moving in the suppressor is cool becuase it shows that the damper was not put in just as an afterthought like the M haters say. It really has a purpose.
Is there any way the same video could be shown on a 70 lb bow at about 62 to 64 pounds. This way the limb is not bottomed out and again the “Haters” have been screaming about potential slop in the cup when it is backed out. Thanks in advance.
Thanks for the vid and the hard work. I really enjoy seeing that sort of thing.
Joined: 2/20/2005Now…to REALLY prove it – show the same video of the BOTTOM limb and the cam. I feel there would be a better chance of such problems on the non-round wheel side…………..
Joined: 11/18/2005Thanks SYMO!!!!!!!
Joined: 8/19/2004awsome video symo. thanks. hard to believe those mounting brackets for the string supressors take that kind of punishment with out warping that is awsome. great enginering guys.Symo, I noticed on the other slo-mo vid you posted the speed at 305fps set on 62lbs. If you dont mind me asking and if you know, what was the speed on this one set at 72lbs?
Joined: 10/24/2006I’m speachless-better than girls gone wild- the coolest. now I’m surprised the supressors last as long as they do-and the “mini” dampners-I gotta be honest, thought they were all show, now if you can show me that the one on my convertable HD rest really works, I’ll pass out!
Joined: 2/20/2006thanks for the vid
Joined: 10/29/2006great stuff there , thanx for the info
I’m speachless-better than girls gone wild- the coolest. now I’m surprised the supressors last as long as they do-and the “mini” dampners-I gotta be honest, thought they were all show, now if you can show me that the one on my convertable HD rest really works, I’ll pass out! [/quote:xt9fny7k]
Mathews doesn’t enact change without a beneficial purpose. They dampener is there for a reason.AuthorPostsViewing 15 posts - 46 through 60 (of 87 total)
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